UHS has been continually accredited by the AAAHC since 1983
Archives for February 2018
The NCHA-ACHA captures student behaviors to better serve UW-Madison’s unique needs.
Survey to assess student health, well-being, and safety launches March 5.
Access Specialist | Lindsay Woodbridge’s role as an access specialist is to listen to students’ concerns and partner with them to develop a plan that best meets their needs.
Mental Health Provider Tim Cordes says his favorite part of working at UHS is working with the students. As a general psychiatrist who also focuses in addiction psychiatry, Cordes is always looking to better the health of students.
Psychiatry Advanced Practiced Nurse Practitioner | Nathan enjoys working with college students that have a wide range of mental health concerns, helping them develop their strengths and reach their full potential. “Mental health plays an important role in personal success, and empowers students to build a strong foundation for life that will serve them now and well into the future.’
Consultations, prescriptions, and insertion/removal of all contraceptive options
If you would like to talk to someone, UHS is here for you to express your feelings and concerns.
Medical Program Assistant | Content Coming Soon
Women’s Health | Since February of 2018, Melanie McDougal has been working as a medical assistant in Women’s Health. She enjoys seeing student patients and engaging with coworkers to support a healthy campus.
Primary Care | Lyndsey joined UHS in 2018 and sees patients in the Primary Care Clinic. She feels very fortunate that she is able to contribute to students’ healthcare needs. Previously, Lyndsey worked within a large clinic organization in primary care. It was during this time that she realized how much she enjoyed the broad spectrum of care that primary care entails.