Travel Medication Reimbursement Policy
Travel Medication Reimbursement
In support of the university’s commitments to global education and healthy lifestyles, Human Resources will reimburse eligible employees for work-related travel medications.
To be eligible for reimbursement you must:
- Be a benefit-eligible PLU employee
- Complete a Travel Medication Reimbursement Form and obtain verification from your supervisor (signature)
- Provide adequate documentation so the services and reimbursement amount may be easily determined
Medication may be prescribed by the Group Health travel nurse, your personal physician, or another qualified medical provider. This policy also covers costs associated with follow-up travel medications.
Work-related travel medications may include those needed in a variety of situations including: attending an international professional conference, leading a J-term, summer-session or semester-abroad class, representing PLU on official business, or the pursuit of scholarly work. PLU will not cover non-work related travel medications or medical consultation fees. If there is any doubt about whether or not your planned travel is work-related, please consult with your supervisor in advance
Last Modified: October 28, 2014 at 5:43 pm