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Winter Break/Holiday Hours 2014 - 2015
When Student Health is closed, a provider is on-call to respond to medical emergencies.
Please call 215 746 3535 and follow the prompts.
|Friday, December 19th 9am-2pm||Friday, December 26th 9am-11:30am|
|Saturday, December 20th 9am-11:30am||Saturday, December 27th 9am-11:30am|
|Monday, December 22nd 9am-4:30pm||Monday, December 29th 9am-11:30am|
|Tuesday, December 23rd 9am-4:30pm|
Tuesday, December 30th 9am-11:30am
|Wednesday, December 24th 9am-11:30am||Wednesday, December 31st 9am-11:30am|
|Thursday, December 25th CLOSED||Thursday, January 1st CLOSED|
|Friday, January 2nd 9am-11:30am|
Flu vaccines are still available at SHS! Call to make an immunization appointment at SHS. The Student Health Service continues to have plenty of flu vaccine to go around. Protect yourself and help keep the campus healthy --- get your flu vaccine today! 215 746 3535.
Updated 12/17/14: In accordance with the University travel guidelines, if you will be traveling to any of the affected countries (Sierre Leion, Guinea, Mali or Liberia), please provide your trip information to the Global Activities Registry. You can find information on the University's travel policy on the University's Ebola web page. The Student Health Service continues to closely monitor information about the virus and following the recommendations of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Please feel free to consult and share more information on Ebola from our website. If you have additonal questions, feel free to contact us. Click here for more disease updates.
You may be hearing and reading about the current Mumps outbreak affecting the National Hockey League (NHL). Currently, there is no cause for concern among Penn students. Please know that all full-time Penn students are required to have received the MMR vaccines (measels, mumps and rubella). You can find more information about Mumps on our Disease Updates page.
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