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Listen in as the Athens Frontline podcast talks with UHC’s Director Of Nursing, Missy Jackson, about the flu on campus and flu vaccinations.
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In order to remove possible financial barriers for students, the UGA University Health Center announces today that effective immediately, students can get their flu shot at no cost to them at mobile #flUGA clinics across campus and with no appointment necessary. Mobile clinic locations and times can be found at
The week of Oct. 2-8 will feature well-being events, fundraising and resources. As students reach the mid-point of the semester, the University of Georgia is reaffirming its commitment to student mental health and well-being with #BeWellUGA Week. From Oct. 2-8, students will have opportunities to engage with resources and activities
(Athens, GA, September 2022) – The University of Georgia University Health Center (UHC) has earned The Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval® for Ambulatory Health Care Accreditation by demonstrating continuous compliance with its performance standards. The Gold Seal is a symbol of quality that reflects a health care organization’s commitment
The University Health Center has received a limited number of bivalent Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine and will begin administration to scheduled appointments beginning Friday, September 9th. For information regarding eligibility and scheduling, please see below.
Athens, GA- Every fall, the UGA campus welcomes back students and anxiously anticipates the start of football season. For the University Health Center, the changing of seasons also means a return of the flu.
We are excited to welcome you back to Athens and campus. Seeing everyone in person again reminds us that our community is large, vibrant, and wonderfully diverse. With more than 40,000 students at UGA this fall, campus is busy and the positive energy is palpable. As we begin to settle
ATLANTA, 8/9/22 –The Georgia Department of Public Health (DPH) continues to closely monitor thecurrent outbreak of monkeypox in the state. As of today, there are 625 confirmed monkeypoxcases in Georgia. Testing and vaccination are available in health districts throughout the state;however, vaccine supplies from the federal government remain limited.The monkeypox