Published: November 15th, 2016
As cooler temperatures return to campus, the mosquito population has become less of a visible concern; however, UF officials are encouraging students, faculty and staff to remain vigilant about potential Zika transmission.
Published: November 2nd, 2016
“We are partnered with the Alachua County Health Department to provide extremely low-cost… (STD) screenings, available to any student by appointment in our Get Yourself Tested Clinic.” ~Dr. Guy Nicolette, SHCC Director
Published: October 25th, 2016
The health care center works to promote an inclusive atmosphere.
Published: October 11th, 2016
All areas of the SHCC will be closed for upcoming University holidays and have reduced hours during winter break. SHCC@Shands will be closed Dec. 8, 2016 through Jan. 4, 2017 for renovations.
Published: October 6th, 2016
PLEASE NOTE: UF and the Student Health Care Center will be closed all day Friday, Oct. 7. The SHCC is open Sunday, Oct. 9, from 12-4pm, and opens at 8am on Monday, Oct. 10.
Published: October 5th, 2016
SG has worked and will continue to work closely with GatorWell, the Counseling and Wellness Center, the Disability Resource Center, U Matter, We Care and the Student Health Care Center and strive to make these great health-related programs on our campus the best for The Gator Nation.
Published: September 30th, 2016
Ponchos are also available at the front desk of the SHCC’s main campus location: the Infirmary Building at 280 Fletcher Drive.
Published: September 28th, 2016
You can’t have sex without consent, because without consent there is only sexual assault. Learn more at GatorWell Health Promotion Services!
Published: September 21st, 2016
Most staph skin infections are minor and may be easily treated. Contact your healthcare provider should you notice any symptoms.
Published: September 20th, 2016
The center offers free hand sanitizer, which may help in keeping you germ free, and [Catherine Seemann, SHCC Communications Coordinator] recommends speaking with a health care provider if symptoms are spotted.