Daniel Caplivski, MD is a Professor in the Department of Medicine (Infectious Diseases) and the Director of the Icahn School of Medicine Travel Medicine Program. He graduated magna cum laude from Harvard College in 1994 and Yale Medical School in 2000. He completed his post-graduate training in internal medicine and infectious diseases at Mount Sinai and joined the faculty in 2005.
Dr. Caplivski helps prepare adults for travel to tropical countries where infectious diseases such as malaria may be more prevalent. Dr. Caplivski is a graduate of the Gorgas Course in Clinical Tropical Medicine in Peru and has specialized training in evaluating and treating patients who have acquired illnesses while abroad. Dr. Caplivski has been selected for New York Magazine's “Best Doctors Issue” yearly from 2015. In addition, he has been selected for the Castle Connolly New York Metro Area's Top Doctors list annually since 2013.
"Before your travel medicine visit you may wish to consult the CDC website for a list of the recommended vaccinations and precautions: http://www.cdc.gov/travel/. As of June 2021 the Mount Sinai Travel Medicine Program now has access to yellow fever vaccine, and we are providing inoculations and international vaccine certificates. COVID-19 vaccines are not currently available in the office practice, but you can request a COVID-19 vaccine appointment via the hospital system. For information regarding COVID-19 vaccine scheduling please visit: https://www.mountsinai.org/about/covid19/vaccine-information/schedule. Insurance Providers vary on their coverage of preventative services. Please contact your insurance provider regarding pre-travel vaccination coverage.
For Pediatric Travel Medicine appointments please contact Dr. Michael Tosi: https://www.mountsinai.org/profiles/michael-f-tosi
Insurance Providers vary on their coverage of preventative services. Please contact your insurance provider regarding pre-travel vaccination coverage
- The Mount Sinai Hospital