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Please note:  Student Health will be closed Thursday, 9/4, from 8:00am-10:00am for a division event.

For emergencies, please call 911.  For other medical concerns, our 24 hr nurse line is always available when Student Health is closed by calling (252) 328-6841.

Welcome to Student Health Services
East Carolina University Student Health Services (SHS) is a primary health care facility located conveniently on central campus, comprised of dedicated professionals providing easily accessible and affordable health care 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).
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Flu shots for students!!!!
 Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays beginning October 3, from 8am-10am, students can come to SHS for a flu shot--no appointment needed.  Can't make that time?  Give us a call at 328-6841 and we will help you get a flu shot around your schedule.

We also are setting dates across health science campus and main campus for flu shot clinics--instead of you coming to SHS, we'll bring the flu shots to other areas that are convenient to classes. 
Check our list of dates to see where we will be!
  New dates and times will be listed soon. 
Faculty/staff looking for flu shots should visit one of the clinics held by ECU Pharmacy.


Information about EbolaEbola and Chikungunya: Diseases in the News

ECU is monitoring the latest information from infectious disease experts and public health officials regarding the Ebola outbreak in West Africa. 
Click here for the latest news from the CDC. Have you recently traveled to an affected area or are you worried about your risk?  Click here for more information.

Chikungunya virus is also in the news, as there has been a confirmed case in Pitt County.  Click here to find out what the virus is, how it is spread, what the symptoms are, and how it is treated.


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