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STUDENT HEALTH is your Medical Home at Wake Forest University.  Our dedicated and experienced team is ready to serve all your primary care needs.

If you received a message from the Registrar’s office and need to check your immunization compliance Click Here

If you are having a medical emergency, please dial 911

Student Health is located on the first floor of Reynolds Gym.  All students are encouraged to make an appointment online or call (336) 758.5218.

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The Student Health Service announces the following flu vaccination clinics on campus:

October 1:  12:00-7:30 pm in Benson University Center Room 401
Cost:  $27.00 cash or check (on site), or students can pay by credit card at the Benson Ticket office.  The vaccine is free to those presenting the following insurance cards: Aetna, BCBS, Humana, Premera Blue Cross, SummaCare, or Coventry Health Care of the Carolinas.

October 7-29:  5:00 – 7:00 pm Z. Smith Reynolds Library Flu Clinics on Tuesday and Wednesday Evenings:  Cost $27.00 and will be applied to student accounts.  The vaccine is free to those who have Student Blue

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GMHAAD_logo-150x150  National Gay Men’s HIV/AIDS Awareness Day

  Know your status

  Know your prevention and treatment options

National Gay Men’s HIV/AIDS Awareness Day is a time for all Demon Deacons to think about the effects of HIV on gay and bisexual men.   Since the first cases of AIDS were reported among gay and bisexual men more than 30 years ago, no group in the United States has been more affected by the epidemic.  Please click on the CDC link for more information.

 

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 All students that have paid a student health fee are eligible for services.  SHS does not participate with any insurance plans.  Your Student Health fee covers your routine office visit.  There may be fees associated with most tests, procedures, labs, prescriptions and some exams.  If you have any questions, please contact us at (336) 758-5218, option 0 or email us at .

 

Want to save time?  Why not make your appointment on-line?

STUDENT HEALTH PORTALImportant_notice

The portal provides a secure and easy gateway to:

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1. Receive and respond to messages from Student Health
2. Save and Print your Immunization History (on record withSHS) – ALSO CHECK YOUR IMMUNIZATION COMPLIANCE, AND SEE IF WHAT YOU ARE MISSING IF NON-COMPLIANT.
3. View and print published labs
4. Make, View and Cancel appointments with Student Health

If you can not find an appointment on line that meets your needs, please call our clinic at (336) 758-5218 and let us try to help you find a time that fits your schedule.  Please contact Darren Aaron, Associate Director, SHS – with questions, comments or suggestions

Student Health now uses secure messaging through the Student Health Portal.  If you receive an email from Student Health, please click on the link inside the message allowing you to log in with your WFU ID to read your secure message.

If you need to see a healthcare provider during off clinic hours (evenings, nights and non-clinical hours on weekends) Click here for a list of resources available off campus.

NOTICES:

Ebola information for Students, Faculty, Staff and Parents

ALL INCOMING STUDENTS MUST HAVE COMPLETE HEALTH INFORMATION AND IMMUNIZATION FORMS ON FILE OR RISK BEING BLOCKED FROM REGISTRATION AND REMOVED FROM CLASS.  ALL IMMUNIZATION FORMS ARE DUE IMMEDIATELY.  Please email your health history and immunization form to , or mail it to the address on the form.  Please select this link to obtain the Health Information and Immunization FormClick on this link for more information about the required immunizations.

FAQs about immunizations

The university now has a specific web-based resource to aid in our suicide prevention efforts.  Please visit suicideprevention.wfu.edu to learn more about how to help, when to refer, and on and off-campus resources.

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If a student’s family member, professor, friend, or peer is concerned about the behavior of the concussed student, the wisest course of action is to encourage the student to be evaluated immediately at  Student Health.

Do you know your HIV/STI status?  If you have never been tested or it has been more than 3 months since your last test, get tested and know your status.  Free and Confidential HIV/STI testing 2nd & 4th Mondays every month 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm at Student Health.  No Appointment Necessary.

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Fall and Spring Clinic Hours of Operation:
Monday – Thursday 8:30 am – 5:pm. Friday 8:30 am -4:pm.
The clinic is closed from 8:30 – 9:30 every Tuesday morning for a staff meeting
Call  336.758.5218, option O for an  appointment or you can make an appointment on line through the Student Health Portal.

Tetanus-diphtheria-pertussis immunization requirements (Tdap vaccine): All incoming students must document a dose of Tdap vaccine.  Please refer to the Required Immunization Page for more details and additional immunization requirements.

Download the Student Health Services brochure

Hours of Operations and Off Campus Resources

WFU Student Health Service Mission

 

The Wake Forest Emergency Response Team (WFERT) is a volunteer, student-run EMS organization that serves Wake Forest University. WFERT responds to emergency calls on campus and provides basic life support.  If you are an EMT on campus or just interested in learning more about them, please contact them to learn how to you can help. 

 

If you have any questions, comments, compliments or concerns please share them with us by emailing Darren Aaron, Associate Director, or by calling (336) 758-4381.

 

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