The Summer Health Fee is $109 and provides access to UHS’s usual services May 19 – August 31, 2019.
Safe swimming tips“Summer” and “swimming” are practically synonymous in a state that boasts over 15,000 lakes. While swimming and other water recreation is a great way to enjoy the blissful summer months, it is important to recognize the dangers that swimming can pose if done unsafely. In 2013 alone, 52 deaths were due to accidental […]
Angela Janis and Andrea Lawson appointed as UHS Mental Health Services Co-Directors.
Environmental and Occupational Health (EOH) assures campus spaces are safe and healthy for those who learn, live, work and visit. Environmental Health has state delegated authority for food, lodging, pools, and youth camps and has shared regulatory responsibilities for monitoring water and indoor air. Ever wonder what an Environmental Health Specialist does? Jeff Steele shares […]
Lake Mendota wind-chills and negative temperatures are a thing of the past. Take advantage of Madison’s glorious spring and summer weather by exercising in the great outdoors! Here are some fun suggestions for the ultimate outdoor workout: Lakeshore Path If you’re looking for a perfect outdoor running or walking trail, look no further than the […]
Violence Prevention Specialist | Alex [they/them] administers the U Got This! program and co-supervises a team of Violence Prevention Peer Educators trained to deliver the GetWIse workshops.
To further prepare and educate students about mental health and suicide prevention, University Health Services (UHS) offers a program called At-Risk, an online suicide prevention program.
University Health Services (UHS) received a Community Service Commendation Award on April 18 from the University of Wisconsin-Madison Police Department (UWPD) for their work in the fall 2016 Meningitis B Vaccination Clinics.
Spring is the Travel Clinic’s busiest time of year, so book in advance to secure an appointment.
College Health Specialist | Betts’ professional interests include non-surgical orthopedics and sports medicine, women’s health, mental health, and preventive medicine.
The Liletta IUD, a new long-term contraceptive, is now available at UHS for as low as $75 for students who qualify.