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University Health Services Named A Best College Health Service By Princeton Review

University Health Services (UHS) has been named the #14 best college health service in the United States by Princeton Review.

The rankings are based on UW-Madison students’ answers to the  survey question “How do you rate your school’s campus health services?” The publication’s survey asked 160,000 students at 388 institutions to rate their schools on various topics, including academics, administration, student body, and themselves.

“This recognition reflects the commitment of UHS providers and staff to ensure our campus community is a healthy and welcoming space for everyone. I’m proud of our dedication to support all facets of student health and wellbeing and to be a place on campus where students can turn to for care and support,” says Jake Baggott, Associate Vice Chancellor, Health & Wellbeing and Executive Director of University Health Services.

During the 2021-2022 fiscal year, UHS Medical and Mental Health Services conducted more than 83,000 patient/client visits in addition to 153,857 COVID-19 test and vaccination appointments. Medical visits increased by 40 percent from the previous year and Mental Health Services saw 6,751 unique patients.

“Looking ahead, UHS is excited to continue our commitment to providing access to high-quality health care and addressing issues of equity, safety, and wellbeing in integrated and innovative ways with our our partners in Rec Well, Student Affairs, and across the UW-Madison campus,” adds Baggott.

UHS was previously recognized by Princeton Review as the best college health service in 2016, 2017, and 2018.