UHS rolls out new bystander program to help prevent sexual assault and dating violence
University Health Services named top college health service by The Princeton Review two years in a row.
University Health Services (UHS) topped 381 other colleges and universities around the country when it was named Best Health Services by The Princeton Review for the second consecutive year.
The publication’s survey asked 137,000 students to rate their schools on various topics, including academics, administration, student body, and themselves.
“We're honored to be recognized for the outstanding care and services that each UHS staff member provides to students and the campus community," says Dr. William Kinsey, UHS Director of Medical Services and UW-Madison Chief Health Officer. "Individual health and wellness, and a safe and inclusive environment play an important role in the academic and personal success of our students.”
With more than 120,000 student visits in the 2016-17 academic year, UHS utilizes an integrated care model that promotes and protects the health of the campus community so that students benefit whether or not they ever receive care at UHS.
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