Travel Health Services
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention provides travel notices and articles about travel-health related topics aimed at world travelers to help them prepare to manage illness and injury abroad.
If you or someone you know has concerns post recent travel to and/or from the following countries: Guinea, Liberia, Sierra Leone and Nigeria—please refer to the following websites for more information and updates.
Symptoms may appear anywhere from 2 to 21 days after exposure to Ebola virus although 8-10 days is most common. The major hospitals are best equipped to see suspected cases.
Flu Vaccine Are Now Available!
Flu Vaccines are available to UHD Students /Faculty and Staff at the UHD Student Health Clinic S445 for only $20.
No appointments necessary. Vaccine will be given on a
basis during regular business hours.
The Flu virus tends to spread from October to May, with most cases occurring in January or February. Vaccinations can be given at any time during the Flu season — even getting a vaccination later in the season (December through March) can still help protect you from the Flu. Get the Flu vaccine, not the Flu!!!
Bacterial Meningitis Vaccination
Bacterial Meningitis Vaccination is required for incoming students under age 22. The vaccination is available on campus only for UHD students.
Vaccination is $117 (price may vary upon market price). No appointment necessary. Vaccine will be given on a walk in basis from the time the clinic opens until 40 minutes prior to clinic closing. Monday and Tuesday 8am – 5 pm, Wednesday and Thursday 9am – 6pm Friday 9am – 3pm.