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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 will change. 
Read more here.

handwashingNorovirus (Stomach "flu")
Symptoms: nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, sweats/chills, abdominal pain/cramping, headache.  It hits fast and luckily, usually resolves in 24-48 hours. 

The virus spreads by touching contaminated objects or through direct contact with someone who is ill.  WASH YOUR HANDS often--hand sanitizer is not very effective against norovirus. 

Want more info? Read our blog post about norovirus.

Need to talk with a nurse about how to treat your symptoms? 
Call us at 252-328-6841. 

InformationEbola Update
ECU is monitoring 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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