Immediate Actions 1. Attend to the immediate needs of the individual(s) involved. 2. Remove yourself and others from danger, if possible. 3. Contact (as appropriate) local medical officials, law enforcement, your local program contact and/or the U.S. Embassy/Consulate. 4. Contact the WashU Police Department at (314) 935-5555. Do this as soon as feasible so that the […]
Students with enrollment effective dates before June 1, 2017 will be covered under HTH Worldwide plan benefits and rates for the duration of their travel. For additional information, including a complete list of program/policy services, benefits and exclusions, go to the WUSTL member web sites cited above in the Registration and Access to Benefits/Services box. […]
We seek to ensure our students, faculty and staff are insured adequately while abroad. In addition, all faculty, staff and students are covered by a non-insurance emergency assistance plan provided by International SOS. Faculty and Staff Short-Term Global Health Insurance Abroad Washington University offers a new international healthcare plan through GeoBlue® to all faculty and staff traveling abroad for […]
We contract with International SOS to provide all students, faculty, staff, clinical fellows and postdoctoral research appointees, trustees, and accompanying spouse/partner and unmarried dependents traveling outside the United States on university-related activities with 24 hour worldwide travel assistance services, including emergency medical evacuation and repatriation, repatriation of mortal remains, and political security/natural disaster evacuation services. International […]
A Travel Suspension Condition shall be declared for any country or region for which serious health and/or significant security concerns exist in the country or region.
Looking for more information on getting immunizations before you travel? Here are some tips that might help. Danforth Campus students Habif Health and Wellness Center offers care to students who are traveling abroad, including physical exams, advice and immunizations as needed. Medical School students Medical School Student Health Services will be able to help you […]
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