Physicians: Rodolfo E Bégué, MD, Chief Infectious Diseases Lorna M. Seybolt, MD
The Travel Clinic at Children’s Hospital provides consultation to persons traveling internationally who need evaluation for potential travel related illnesses. Services include pre-travel consultation which provides an extensive evaluation of the planned itinerary as well as any existing medical problems. Vaccine records are reviewed and routine immunizations are updated and travel related immunizations are provided as needed. Other non-vaccine preventable diseases are also discussed and medications are prescribed as indicated.
In the event of illness, post-travel consultation is available.
The Travel Clinic at Children’s Hospital is an Official Yellow Fever Vaccine Center.
The physicians providing care are board certified in pediatric infectious diseases; in addition, Dr. Seybolt holds the Certificate in Travel Health from the International Society of Travel Medicine.
Rodolfo Begue, MD Chief, Infectious Diseases, Children’s Hospital Professor of Pediatrics, LSU Health Sciences Center
Professional School: Universidad Peruana Cayetano Heredia School of Medicine, Lima, Peru Specialty Training: State University of New York Brown University School of Medicine Special Interests: Infectious diseases, vaccines, traveler's medicine
In Area Since: 1994 In Practice Since: 1992
Lorna M. Seybolt, MD Staff, Infectious Diseases, Children's Hospital
Professional School: University of Connecticut School of Medicine Fellowship: Boston University School of Med. Pediatric Infectious Maine Medical Center Infectious Disease