New to UMW this fall?
Health Information, Immunization and Tuberculosis Screening forms are required for full-time undergraduate students:
UMW Health History, Immunization and TB Screening forms 2016-2017 are located under the forms section to the left. The Health Information form is to be completed by the student or guardian. The Immunization and Tuberculosis Screening sections need to be verified and signed by a healthcare provider. All forms need to be completed and submitted to the Student Health Center by August 1, 2016. We appreciate that August is a busy time as you get ready for University. August 1st is our preferred submission date but if you need the extra time, we ask that you submit no later than August 31st. If your completed forms are not received by October 1, 2016, your account will be placed on hold preventing you from obtaining fall grades and registering for spring classes. Please call (540) 654-1040 for questions.
Students wanting to continue their allergy shots while at UMW will need to read and sign the updated UMW Allergy Shot Clinic Policy and sign the Informed Patient Consent as well as have their Allergist review and sign the Referring Allergist Agreement prior to receiving injections at the UMW Allergy Clinic. Once completed appointments need to be scheduled at least 24 hours in advance Monday-Friday between 9:00 AM and 3:30 PM. The UMW Allergy Clinic will accept and house serum prior to receiving the Referring Allergist Agreement. Please click here to be directed to the Allergy page:
Student Health Center Summer Hours:
This summer the University of Mary Washington Student Health Center (SHC) will be open Monday- Friday for medical services to all registered summer students from Monday, May 16, through Friday, July 8. The SHC will be closed in observance of all University holidays. Additionally, from Monday, July 11, through Wednesday, August 10, the SHC will be open for administrative services only and will not have clinicians available to evaluate and treat sick students.
Should a student need medical attention during a period when the SHC is closed, Patient First, 3031 Plank Road in Central Park, is open 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. seven days a week (FRED bus route F1). Other treatment options and sites my be found by clicking on the After Hours Advice drop down to the left. Emergencies should be directed to the Mary Washington Hospital Emergency Room or by calling X4444 on campus or 911 off campus.
The SHC will resume full medical services on Thursday, August 11. Please direct questions to P. Thomas Riley, M.D., Director of Student Health/University Physician at 540-654-1040 or email@example.com.
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