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  1. Transgender Students are now able to share their preferred name and gender with the Health Center


    The Health Center is pleased to have been able to partner with GLBT Student Services to develop a means for transgender students to share both their preferred name and preferred gender status.  A secure web-form has been developed that will allow students to discreetly provide this information to then be added to their electronic medical record at the Health Center.  This information will enable staff and providers to refer to transgender patients by their preferred name and make use o………

  2. Congratulations to our Clinical Lab!

     

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    Perfect Survey!  Congratulations to the Health Center’s Clinical Laboratory for being surveyed by COLA and receiving NO citations.  

    The Indiana University Health Center’s Clinical Laboratory was surveyed July 9, 2013 and received no citations!  What this means is that it has met all criteria for Laboratory Accreditation by COLA, a national healthcare accreditation organization. Accreditation is given only to laboratories that apply rigid standards of quality…

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  4. Why we don't always prescribe antibiotics

    You've been sick for days–sniffling, coughing, and filling your wastebasket with crumpled tissues. You finally decide to visit the IU Health Center for help. But when you get here, all you get is sympathy.

    Why don't we prescribe antibiotics when you're sick? It's because they're completely ineffective against viral infections like colds and flu.

    How We Decide to Prescribe Antibiotics

    When you come to the Health Center, we evaluate your symptoms and ask a lot of questions about how long you ha…

  5. Families gather for the Freshman Induction Picnic during Welcome Week.
  6. Welcome, first-year students!

    As you prepare for your move to campus, don't forget to pack these items. Together, they form the ultimate Freshman First-Aid Kit. And they'll help you cope with minor illnesses or injuries throughout your time at Indiana University.

    A thermometer. If you only buy one thing listed here, make it a thermometer. The first thing we always ask students who call the Health Center is if they have a fever. It's one of the best indicators whether you need to see a doctor or not.

    Alcohol wipes. They're a qu…

  7. Influenza and Flu Shots, February 2014 update


    The Health Center is out of flu shots.  If you have not had a flu shot yet, you are still encouraged to get one.  Local pharmacies and the Community Health Service have flu shots.  Locate them with a web search and call ahead.

    Influenza disease now is present on the campus and in Bloomington.  The flu shot is your best protection.  For more information about flu, visit  http://healthcenter.indiana.edu/answers/flu.shtml