Welcome to Student Health & Campus Health

Student Health Service is open throughout finals and winter break. Please check here for any updates to our patient care hours, since clinical care schedules might be slightly different during this time period. 

During evenings and weekends, SHS offers phone advice for urgent medical questions 24/7 - if the office is closed, tell the operator that you wish to speak with Student Health On Call, and we will call you back.

Best wishes for the end of the semester, and have a safe and happy holiday season!

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Flu? Big deal. Well it is if you don't like to miss class. Or a week of class.The flu can knock you flat for 5 to 10 days or more. Getting your flu vaccine is the single most effective way to prevent the flu. While influenza vaccinations cannot provide 100 percent protection, they can lessen the severity and duration of symptoms. Washing your hands frequently, covering your mouth and nose when you cough or sneeze, and keeping away from others' germs can also help keep you from getting the flu. Still have questions? Visit our Flu FAQ and learn the signs and symptoms of influenza.

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Penn is tobacco free! To learn more about this important initiative, especially on how Penn students were involved, watch this videoInterested in smoking cessation resources available to Penn students? Look here. You can schedule an appointment online or call (215-746-3535) to see our smoking cessation counselor; appointments are free and unliminted.

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There is a national shortage of Yellow Fever vaccine. The only US manufacturer, Sanofi Pasteur, has very tight restrictions on the vaccine supply. Currently, SHS has limited availability of  the Yellow Fever vaccine, which will be given in strict accordance with CDC recommendations. Please call to discuss your travel plans should they be to areas where the vaccine is required.

CAPS
(including nights/weekends)
215-898-7021

Office of the Chaplain
215-898-8456

Weingarten Learning Resources Center
215-573-9235

HELP Line
215-898-HELP
(898-4357)

RAP Line
(Reach A Peer, 
9pm - 1am)
215-573-2RAP
(573-2727)

Special Services
215-898-6600

VPUL / Student Intervention Services
215-898-6081

Student Health Service
(including nights/weekends)

215-746-3535