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Our server for our Online Student Health (OSH) portal is currently being upgraded.  This will result in OSH being unavailable for making online appointments, filling out the Report of Medical History form, viewing immunizations, retrieving nurse messages etc until the upgrade is complete.  We appreciate your patience as we upgrade to allow better use of OSH in the future.

We will send a message via Twitter (@ECU_SHS) and on this site when OSH is fully functional again.  We hope the upgrade will be complete soon.
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).

new change in ADD/ADHD policyOn ADD/ADHD medication? 
Effective May 1, Student Health's policy on acceptable documentation for stimulant medication refills has changed. 
Read more here.

Need to transfer a prescription to
or from our pharmacy?

Visit our pharmacy page for information.

Looking for information on SHS hours of operation for the summer?  Click here.

For information on summer eligibility for care at SHS/CCSD and an explanation of the summer fees, read our blog post.


InformationEbola Update
ECU continues to monitor the latest information from infectious disease experts and public health officials regarding the Ebola outbreak in West Africa.
A special ECU alert page is available with information and resource links.

For the latest news and updates, visit the Centers for Disease Control (CDC).

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