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Hurricane Matthew update: SHS is operating under normal business hours this week October 17-23.  Please see "Hours of Operation" under the About Us tab for details.

Students who had scheduled appointments Oct. 11-Oct. 14 should contact SHS between 8am-5pm this week to reschedule.

Welcome to Student Health Services

East Carolina University Student Health Service (SHS) is a primary healthcare facility located conveniently on central campus, comprised of dedicated professionals providing easily accessible and affordable healthcare to enrolled students. Our facility specializes in the overall health and well being of each patient in our campus community by offering a comprehensive list of services. We are a fully accredited medical facility by the Accreditation Association of Ambulatory Health Care (AAAHC).


peedee supports flu shots!

Flu shots are now available for ECU Students, Staff & Faculty by appointment: (252) 328-6841
$35; must bring ECU 1Card.
Students with Student Health Insurance Plan (Student Blue), MedCost or BlueCross BlueShield receive the flu shot at no cost with insurance card.
Faculty/Staff with North Carolina State Health Plan receive the flu shot at no cost with insurance card.
Don't have an insurance that we accept?
Ask about our discount for self pay!

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Zika Virus 
Stay up to date with the latest info from CDC on mosquito bite prevention, virus transmission, and more by visiting the
Zika Information page.
Routine testing for Zika is NOT recommended. If you have traveled to a Zika area, or had unprotected sex with someone who has traveled to a Zika area, please call to speak with a nurse if you have questions regarding testing (252) 328-6841.
Asymptomatic men, children, and women who are not pregnant do NOT qualify for testing.
For more information on who should/should not be tested, visit the CDC Zika Testing page.


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