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    Zika Virus Information

    The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has recently issued travel guidance regarding mosquito-borne Zika virus. The virus has been linked to reports of defects in babies born to women infected during pregnancy.

    Learn more about Zika virus.

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    Learn CPR and First Aid

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

    Learn more about this class.

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    Be a Safer Valentine

    Pack your own goodie bag at the EMU, February 10-11 from 11:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m. Choose from male and female condoms, lube, dental dams, and other sexual health resources.

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    Get the VAX

    Protecting yourself from meningitis is important. Get the Vax and know the facts. Call 541-346-2770 to make an appointment or come to the Mass Vaccination Clinic on February 15-16.

    Learn more about meningitis and the vaccination.

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    Duck the Flu

    Protect yourself from the flu this season. Student flu shots are now available at the University Health Center for only $20. Schedule your appointment online or by calling 541-346-2770.

    Schedule an appointment.

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Call Ahead to Schedule an Appointment

Call 541-346-2770 to make an appointment. 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 2 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.
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.