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Welcome Blugolds!

 

Check below for Hours and Parking Information.

  

Hours of Operation   


Monday: 7:45 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Tuesday: 7:45 a.m.- 4:30 p.m.
Wednesday: 10:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Thursday: 7:45 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Friday: 7:45 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

 

Appointment Scheduling: 715-836-5360

Information Line: 715-836-4311

Fax: 715-836-5979

parking

Students with appointments can get a PARKING PASS for the duration of their appointment

(6 spots available at the end of the metered parking- behind police cars)

Request at the front desk upon arrival.

 

Introducing Online Scheduling

 

Through mySHS you can now book most appointment types online!

 

Available appointment types for

online scheduling include:

 

-Cold Symptoms

 

-Cough

 

-Nasal Congestion

 

-Sore Throat

 

-Rash (non-genital)

 

-Warts (non-genital)

 

-Foot & Ankle Pain/Injury

 

-Urinary Symptoms* (Female)

*(Urinary symptoms not including any vaginal concerns or STI/STD concerns.

Please call to schedule these types of appointments)

 

-Immunizations

 

-Allergies Injections

 

-TB Skin Tests

 

Meningitis- Get the facts

Flu Shot Poster

 
 

Is it a cold or the flu?

 

Cold                            VS.                    Flu
comes on gradually..............................comes on quickly
fever unlikely.......................................fever very likely
cough possible....................................dry cough likely
sore throat possible............................sore throat likely
stomach not affected......................... vomiting & diarrhea possible
body aches unlikely............................body aches likely
chills unlikely.......................................chills likely
stuffy/runny nose likely.......................stuffy/runny nose possible

 
If You Do Get Sick…
 
Activate Your Personal Influenza Plan
 

Take your temperature. If you have a fever (100°F/ 37.8°C or higher), youmuststay home from work and class until you have been completely fever-free (without fever-reducing medication) for at least 24 hours, and you feel well. For most people, this will be 3 to 5 days.

Most people recover fully on their own without medical treatment. Drink fluids to stay hydrated, get plenty of rest, eat what you can, and use ibuprofen (600mg every 6-8 hours) or acetaminophen (650-1000mg every 4-6 hours) to manage fever and body aches. (Antibiotics do not have any effect because influenza is caused by a virus.) Call a health care provider if your symptoms are not improving after 3 to 4 days. .

If you have a "high-risk" medical condition call your health care provider..

Go to your recuperation location and self-isolate. Whenever you leave your room, use hand sanitizer before exiting, and keep your mouth and nose covered until you are back in your room. Everyone in the household should wash their hands well and often and use disposable disinfectant wipes on shared surfaces, such as doorknobs, bathroom faucets, and refrigerator handles.

Communicate. Cancel any appointments (with your advisor, dentist, etc.), and contact your professors and employer to let them know you have influenza symptoms and cannot return to class or work until you are better (i.e. fever-free).

Seek medical care…if you experience any of the following:

· Fast breathing or trouble breathing
· Bluish or gray skin color
· Coughing up blood or bloody mucus
· Severe or persistent vomiting
· Dizziness when standing and/or significantly reduced urine production
· Abnormal behavior, confusion, lack of responsiveness
· If flu-like symptoms improve but then return with fever and worse cough


 

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Discrimination will not be tolerated at Student Health Service.
Please report any concern to the Clinic Director or call 715-836-4311.