Student Health Services (SHS) is located in Laurel Hall, a free standing ambulatory care center on the main campus south green area at the intersection of South College Avenue and East Park Place. This well equipped facility provides medical treatment and office consultation space for a variety of outpatient services, as well as an inpatient unit.
In addition to the Laurel Hall facility, the SHS provides medical services in support of the university athletic program in a sports medicine clinic located in the Bob Carpenter Center.
The Flu vaccine is the best way we have to protect ourselves against the influenza virus. The flu virus is unpredictable. We cannot always anticipate how severely it will affect different groups of people. The Flu vaccination can help protect people who are at greater risk of getting seriously ill from flu, like older adults, people with chronic health conditions (Diabetes, Asthma, or on medications that suppress the immune system) and young children (especially infants younger than 6 months old who are too young to get vaccinated). Flu vaccination also may make your illness milder if you do get sick. Being immunized with the flu vaccine every year significantly reduces the risk of you being hospitalized due to flu, and it protects other vulnerable members of your family and the UD community.
Make sure you get your Flu shot this year.