The University of Oregon Health Center has confirmed pertussis (whooping cough) on campus. There also are multiple confirmed cases of pertussis in the Eugene community. Pertussis is an acute respiratory tract infection caused by bacteria that presents as a chronic cough in most patients. Learn how to protect yourself and those around you.
The University Health Center is expanding to continue to meet the needs of UO students. Construction is beginning and, as a result, there will be some changes at the health center.
Visit the UHC Travel Clinic for immunizations, information, and destination-specific advice. Travel services for UO students are in high demand in the spring months, so plan ahead and make your travel appointments as soon as possible.
Meningococcal disease is very serious and can be deadly. You can help protect yourself by not sharing personal items and by getting vaccinated.
The University Health Center dental clinic is now in-network with Advantage Dental Insurance–Commercial.
Our STI Screening Clinic is a convenient way for UO students to get screened for sexually transmitted infections (STIs) at the University Health Center.
Birth control pills and patches can now be prescribed by our pharmacists. No appointment necessary! Just come to the pharmacy Monday–Friday, 9:00 a.m.–3:30 p.m.
Every year the University of Oregon experiences several cases of chickenpox, a very contagious airborne infectious disease caused by the varicella-zoster virus (VZV). If you think you have been exposed or have any concerns about chickenpox, contact the University Health Center (541-346-2770 or via the myUOHealth portal).