Munich Airport Clinic

Travel medicine consultations and vaccinations

At the emergency room of Munich Airport

Vaccinated and take off worry-free

The emergency department of the Munich Airport Clinic has a WHO-certified yellow fever vaccination center in Munich and offers travel medicine consultations and treatment as part of your travel preparations. With the support of our team at the Munich Airport Clinic, you can take off worry-free.

Key aspects of travel medicine at the Munich Airport Clinic in Munich:

  • Individual travel medicine consultations
  • Vaccinations 
  • Thrombosis prophylaxis
  • Advice for travelers with illnesses and during pregnancy

Cost coverage by health insurance

Please note that individual travel consultations and vaccinations are not covered by statutory health insurance. Therefore, you will receive a private invoice. In contrast, much statutory health insurance companies reimburse the costs of vaccinations and malaria prophylaxis for private trips abroad.

You can find an overview of this on the website of the Center for Travel Medicine.

Reimbursement of Travel Vaccinations

Information on your individual travel medicine consultation appointment

Please remember to schedule a consultation appointment early, at least five weeks before your trip.

Additionally, we kindly ask you to fill out the questionnaire provided for download and send it to us by email, fax (+49 (89) 975 633 26), by post, or in person a few days before your consultation or vaccination appointment.

Questionnaire for Travel Medicine Consultation

Please bring all vaccination records to your consultation appointment, even if they are old. We can prepare better and provide you with individualized advice if we have the vaccination records or their copies in advance. After receiving a vaccination, we kindly ask you to wait for about 15 minutes before leaving our facility and to take it easy for the following three days.

If you have any questions regarding this, please do not hesitate to contact us.

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