University Health Clinic

A free-standing health service located on or near an institution of higher learning—i.e., college, university
Stats of interest
Peak use months September, October
Most common tests performed Urinalysis, chlamydia, gonorrhea culture, pap smear, CBC, pregnancy testing
Most common diagnosis/exam UTI, sinusitis, allergies, phararyngitis, gynecologic exam, bronchitis
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Jenna Dunn has joined IBMC College from University Health Clinic in Longmont, CO.
Al Zahra Hospital, the first and largest private general hospital in the UAE, organized on Monday its first university health clinic, which took place in Sharjah at the American University of Sharjah campus.
CASE FACTS: On December 11, 1996, Wendy Nelson, a nurse who was employed by the University of California at San Diego (UCSD) examined Student X at the university health clinic and found that she was approximately 24 weeks pregnant.
Grants to the Alzheimers Association and Community University Health Clinic of the Minnesota Medical Foundation will support direct services provided to families and children in need.
The university health clinic at CSUN had the buzz of a film set Sunday as students and Hollywood veterans, including comedian Sinbad, transformed the campus building into a stage for human drama.
In 2009, the federal government approved five vaccines, which are readily available and often free to students at their university health clinics, removing those barriers to vaccination.
many health care settings, including doctors' offices and public, employee, and university health clinics
The mission of Radford University Health Clinics is to educate future health professionals and provide a site for faculty practice and research while promoting health and enhancing quality of life for underserved groups in selected communities within a 60-mile radius of the university (6).

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