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 across campus, expand their understanding…
Welcome Back to UGA! As students return to campus, connect with their peers, and enjoy the start of Fall, we all play an active role in maintaining a caring community at UGA.
(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 to providing safe and quality…
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.
The Georgia Bulldogs will take part in college football’s mental health week during the 2022 season, which is scheduled for October 1-8 this fall. Plans include the Bulldogs wearing a helmet decal for their home game against Auburn on Oct. 8.
The American Heart Association estimates that over 350,000 Americans will experience cardiac arrest annually while at home, work, or play. Over 80% of those will be fatal.
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The Georgia Department of Public Health (DPH) has received reports of increased overdoses (OD) in various areas of Georgia in March 2022, caused by drugs mixed with fentanyl, particularly cocaine, methamphetamine, and counterfeit pills that could resemble substances like Adderall or Xanax.
The University Health Center applauds the efforts of student groups working to eliminate the stigma attached to mental health issues. Thank you to the Inter-Fraternity Council and Sigma Chi Fraternity for hosting this event. Photo courtesy of Inter-Fraternity Council and Sigma Chi