IMPORTANT INFORMATION: Student Health Services is monitoring the Ebola Virus outbreak in Africa and how it could impact our students. For more information about Ebola, please visit this CDC website.
While there have been no reports of new cases of the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) in the United States, if you would like more information, please visit the MERS FAQ on this CDC website.
EBOLA PRECAUTION REMINDER
Patients who develop symptoms associated with Ebola (especially fever, vomiting, or diarrhea) within 21 days of travel from a country where an Ebola outbreak is occurring need immediate evaluation and referral. Appropriate infection control procedures must be implemented. All persons returning from these countries need to monitor their health for a period of 21 days, even if they are well. Detailed guidelines for screening and management based on country and disease are posted on the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) website. If you use an electronic health record, you can add screening questions to note templates or as provider prompts.
For continued Ebola Virus Disease coverage from the CDC, please consult the CDC Advice for Colleges, Universities, and Students about Ebola in West Africa.
ATTENTION STUDENTS: Beginning June 1, 2014, Student Health Services will be implementing a $5 office visit charge for most clinic visits. In addition, the missed appointment fee will be increasing to $25 at that time.
For any questions, please contact Patient Services at 979-458-8310.
Know your numbers and get a body composition test with our NEW BOD POD! Appointments can be made by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 979-458-8327. For more information, visit shs.tamu.edu/bodpod.
Worried about getting sick during this academic year? College Success Starts with Healthy Students - Find the CDC's six tips for college health and safety at cdc.gov/features/collegehealth.
TEXAS A&M STUDENT HEALTH SERVICES
Our mission is to provide Texas A&M students with quality programs of preventive, therapeutic, and primary medical care services, and to educationally prepare them with diverse strategies for success in preserving health and promoting wellness.
Student Health Services needs patient feedback in order to maintain and improve services. It is our goal to continually monitor and evaluate services to ensure that students' needs are being addressed. Please feel free to fill out our online comment form.
Texas A&M University Student Health Services is required to maintain the privacy of certain confidential health information known as Protected Health Information (PHI) and provide you with a Notice of our legal duties and privacy practices with respect to your PHI. We are required to abide by the terms of the version of this notice most currently in effect.
Visit our Student Health Services policy page for more information.
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