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    Optional Summer Health Fee

    Graduating or taking the summer off from classes? If you are staying in Eugene for the summer, consider taking advantage of University Health Center’s optional summer health fee.

    Learn about what the fee provides.

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    Check the Ex!

    Prescription Drug Take-Back Event
    Wednesday, April 27, 2016
    10:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m.
    EMU Fishbowl Terrace

    Find out what kinds of medicines are allowed.

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    Learn CPR and First Aid

    The University Health Center is offering one-day classes to UO students. Class includes adult, child, and infant CPR, AED, and basic first aid. Class cost is $60 billed to your DuckWeb account.

    APRIL 30   |   MAY 21

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    Quit Before Graduation

    Want to quit smoking or using tobacco before this summer? University Health Center offers no-cost tobacco cessation counseling, including free NRT patches or gum.

    Learn more about quitting tobacco.

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    Relax and Renew

    This six-week meditation series will take place on Wednesdays, April 13-May 18, 2016. Class is open to students, faculty and staff.

    Learn more and how to sign up.

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    Prepare for Pollen

    Spring is in the air - and so is tree pollen. If your allergies or asthma are being triggered, our pharmacy has affordable remedies.

    Learn more about allergy and asthma care.

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How to Schedule an Appointment

Appointments can be made online through my UO Health, or by calling 541-346-2770. Students may make an appointment in person, but walk-ins are not guaranteed a same-day appointment.  A nurse is always available to answer any questions or concerns.  Click here for directions and parking information.

Cancel an Appointment

You can now use the student portal, my UO Health, to cancel appointments. You can also call 541-346-2770 to cancel and/or reschedule appointments. Students who miss or fail to cancel their appointment within two hours of check-in will be charged a non-refundable No Show Fee ($20-$30 depending on the type of appointment).

Services Offered

Our board-certified physicians, nurse practitioners and dentist are prepared to address general medical care needs including illness and injuries, preventive exams, sexual health concerns, mental health issues, dental exams, and specialty care. In addition, our Health Promotion department offers tobacco cessation counseling and nutrition consultations.
Click here for a comprehensive list of our services.

A Healthcare Facility for Students

The University Health Center is funded primarily by student fees. With few exceptions, we serve only students currently enrolled at the University of Oregon.

Sick Notes / Medical Excuses

The Health Center does not provide excuses for students who miss class due to illness or injury. Students are advised to notify their faculty that they are unable to attend class. Click here for more information.