Message to Students and Employees from the UHS Director
Since last Thursday, the number of suspected norovirus cases being reported has consistently gone down to the point of what is considered to be normal levels of the illness among UR students.
See the February 23rd message.
UR Health Matters! Take the National College Health Assessment.
On Thursday, Feb. 9, all undergraduate students will receive a personal email invitation to complete the National College Health Assessment. Take the survey and let your voice be heard.
Feel Fabulous in February – Calendar of Events (PDF)
Flu Shots Available at UHS
If you missed getting a flu shot in the fall, it is not too late to get a flu shot at UHS. Call UHS at 585-275-2662 to schedule an appointment.
Ask the Expert - UHS Health Educator
Health History Form & Immunization
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Health Insurance for Students
About Aetna Student Health
FAQs – Student Health Insurance
University Insurance Criteria
Resources for Transgender Individuals Student Health 101
Full-time students participate in the Student Health Program, which covers primary care visits to the University Health Service (UHS), a comprehensive initial assessment and an individualized treatment plan at the University Counseling Center (UCC), and health promotion services. Employees and other members of the University community can choose a UHS physician as their primary care provider and come to UHS for their personal health care. UHS also provides occupational health care services for employees. All visits to UHS are confidential.
UHS has offices on the River Campus, in the Medical Center, and at the Eastman School of Music.
The mission of the University Health Service is to improve the health and safety of University of Rochester students and staff. As part of an academic institution, UHS also participates in the education and research missions of the University.
The staff of the University Health Service value...
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For more information, contact Linda Dudman in the UHS Health Promotion Office at (585) 273-5770 or firstname.lastname@example.org