Today is World Health Day, and this year’s focus is on putting an end to the rapid rise of diabetes around the world. Diet choices are an important part of diabetes prevention, so here are a few tips to help make the healthy choice the easy choice: Quick and affordable ways to eat healthier… read more
International Student & Scholar Services and Counseling & Mental Health Center invite to attend our next seminar: Managing Stress and Staying Healthy Come join other international students for an informative lunch hour seminar to learn about ways to identify stress when it occurs, techniques to reduce stress, and strategies to… read more
Tuesday, October 6th Gregory Gym (GRE) 3.120 Noon – 4pm University Health Services will provide flu shots to UT students, faculty, staff. Bring UT ID and insurance card. Charges & Payment For students most health insurance is accepted, including the UT Student Health Insurance Plan and UT Select.… read more
Join University Health Services and other campus health-related organizations at Healthyhorns Fest 2015! Wednesday, Sept. 16, 2015 11:00 AM – 2:00 PM @ Gregory Plaza Experience biofeedback and guided meditation Smile for the world to see at the UHS Photo Booth (props, slogans, and more!) Get a free chair… read more
Did you know that University Health Services includes a full-service Women’s Health Clinic? The clinic offers annual exams and many more services by appointment Monday-Friday in the SSB. Most insurance plans are accepted, and if you have the UT student health insurance plan, IT’S FREE!
It is important to know how to seek the right care at the right time in the case of an unexpected medical event. Emergency Room For severe or potentially life-threatening emergencies, call 911 or go to a local hospital emergency room. Please note that these services are intended for true… read more
Going to the doctor can be intimidating, especially in a new culture or language. The following information can help you navigate when and where to go for medical care: Emergency Severe or potentially life-threatening emergencies. Examples: Chest pain, heavy bleeding, major injuries and accidents. Where to Go: Call 911 for an ambulance: If… read more
Know how to access health care on campus! Princeton Review ranked UT Austin #3 on their list of Best Health Centers for 2012-2013. University Health Services (UHS) is conveniently located in the Student Services Building (SSB). UHS offers many services right here on campus including: General medical care (appointment required)… read more