Medical Services in Tel Aviv

Required vaccinations are listed in the Health Requirements section below. Additional
recommended vaccinations include:

Hepatitis A and B

Polio

Tetanus

Typhoid (if traveling to West Bank and Gaza)

There are four clinics available to students:

Tel Aviv Doctors - Bazel 35

Bazel 22 Recovery

Chiam Levanon 59 Clinic

Herzliya Medical Center

Tel Aviv Sourasky Medical Centre

Mental Health Services in Tel Aviv

While studying abroad is an incredible experience, it often takes time to adjust to a new culture, living arrangements, food, language and submersion into the unfamiliar. Some students feel overwhelmed, others homesick. Some afraid, others depressed. Students may periodically feel out of sorts.

The attitudes toward counseling, or therapy, vary from one country to another. Similarly, the availability of resources and quality of services may be different from what a student is accustomed to in their home country.

Students must plan ahead before departure! Call the Wellness Exchange at 212.443.9999 or write to wellness.exchange@nyu.edu if help is needed in making connections to mental health professionals abroad.

If a student is currently attending counseling or seeing a therapist regularly, they should consider the following:

If treatment is essential to functioning, a student must identify a therapist PRIOR TO their departure!

If a student is considering taking a hiatus from treatment, they should have a plan in the event they need to see someone while abroad.

If a student is presently taking prescribed psychotropic medication:

The student must meet with their prescribing physician to discuss

Receive enough medication to last until the student returns. (Note: for some conditions and some medications, this is not possible)

Prescriptions from American doctors cannot be filled abroad. Obtain a referral to a psychiatrist or medical doctor abroad who can follow the student and write prescription refills.

Insurance Services in Tel Aviv

New York University requires that students studying away as part of their education program be covered under an NYU-sponsored health insurance plan. Students must continue to maintain health insurance coverage in their home countries in the event they need to return home.

For more information about these plans and benefits, please click here.

Health Requirements in Tel Aviv

Health Requirements for All Students

Meningococcal vaccine is required for all undergraduate students.

Recommended Vaccinations

NYU Student Health Center – Travel Medicine Department