Infectious Disease Clinic
Latent Tuberculosis referrals require that an HIV screen and Chest X-ray (PA/Lat) have been ordered with the referral.
New HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) evaluations require a baseline HIV screen as well as screen for Syphilis and Gonorrhea/Chlamydia with the referral.
HIV positive patients transferring care from another facility can be booked into the Infectious Disease Clinic as available.
Travel Clinic referrals need to be placed 14-60 days out from anticipated travel to allow sufficient time for required testing and/or vaccination series.
We are accepting referrals to Travel Clinic for beneficiaries with travel to COVID-19 Low or Moderate-Risk Countries based on CDC-reported infection rates.
All travelers should:
Wear a mask
Stay at least six feet from people who are not traveling with you
Wash your hands often or use hand sanitizer
Monitor your health for signs of illness
We are only booking appointments for travel to the following countries:
Low to Moderate Risk Countries as per CDC
Non-essential travel to countries not listed above is high, very high or unknown risk and is not advised until further notice by CDC.
Please monitor the CDC website for updated travel health notices
If we do not have available appointments, you may contact Public Health (702-653-3351) to schedule a pre-travel appointment.
Please note: you will additionally need to be seen by your Primary Care Manager to ensure the medications and/or vaccinations recommended by Public Health are safe for you to receive.
Deployments and official overseas travel continue to be managed by Deployment Medicine, not the Infectious Disease Clinic.