*Show up 30min before closing and bring your wildcard

Ogden Health Center

 801-626-6459

WSU Ogden
Student Services Center, Room 190

Fall Hours (through Dec. 15)
Mon - Thu: 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Friday: 8 a.m. - Noon & 1-3 p.m.

Closed Dec. 16 - Jan. 7

Pharmacy

Davis Health Center

 801-395-3521

WSU Davis
Building D2, Room 220

Fall Hours (through Dec. 7)
Tu - Thu: 12:30 - 5:30 p.m.

Closed Dec. 8 - Jan. 9

After Hours

If the Health Center is closed, contact your private provider for medical problems. For a medical emergency call 911. Payment for health services outside the Student Health Center is the responsibility of the student.

Student Health Center after-hours phone: 801-721-9819

 

Insurance & Payment

We do not offer nor take insurance. Services are at no or low charge to students.

Starting Nov. 1, 2017: We will not be accepting cash. All fees must be paid on Wildcard or credit card. 

Load Money on Your Wildcard



Colds vs. Flu 

Woman Sneezing

The common cold and the flu are two separate illnesses, though their symptoms can be very similar.

The “flu” is caused by the Influenza virus and is generally more severe than the common cold. If identified and treated quickly, antiviral medications are available to shorten the duration and the severity of the illness. 

The common cold may be treated with over-the-counter medications. Unfortunately, Vitamin C and other cold remedies have been shown to be pretty ineffective in treating, preventing or shortening the common cold.  The best thing you can do is to take care of yourself by drinking plenty of fluids, resting and washing your hands frequently to prevent the spread of illness.

Influenza can be prevented with an annual flu shot. If you find yourself sick with symptoms of the flu, contact the Student Health Center or your medical provider as soon as possible.

See Chart of Symptoms

 

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