Wed. Sep 27th, 2023

WVU Student Health Services is committed to providing top-quality health care for students at West Virginia University. Partnering with WVU Medicine and located across from the Student Recreation Center, our convenient care and expert providers are an essential part of your healthcare team.
We offer wellness visits, vaccinations, on-site X-rays, lab services, telemedicine, referrals and more. Conveniently, the Student Health Building includes urgent care, travel medicine services, behavioral medicine and a pharmacy.
Onsite patient parking is easily accessible and access from the PRT is located behind the building.
A steady increase in respiratory illnesses across the United States as winter approaches has led health experts to warn of a possible “tridemic,” widespread occurrences of influenza (flu), COVID-19 and respiratory syncytial virus (RSV).
Symptoms of flu, COVID-19 and RSV typically mimic the common cold but can cause severe infection in some individuals. The three respiratory illnesses also share many of the same symptoms, including fever, cough and runny nose.
Flu, COVID-19 and RSV can be transmitted through droplets in the air. Flu and RSV are mainly spread when a person coughs or sneezes, but could also be spread by touching a surface that has the virus on it and then touching your face before washing your hands.
The best way to prevent flu and COVID-19 and their potentially serious complications is to get vaccinated. In addition to an on-campus clinic, students, faculty and staff can get a flu shot from a primary care provider or visit WVU Medicine Student Health or WVU Medicine Urgent Care during regular business hours.
WVU Health and Education Building
390 Birch Street
Morgantown, WV 26505

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