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Help Keep Our Campus Healthy by Getting a Flu Shot

Don't Let the Flu Catch You! 1. Get the Flu Shot 2. Avoid close contact 3. Stay home when you are sick 4. Cover your mouth and nose 5. Wash your hadns 6. Avoid touching your eyes, nose or mouth 7. Practice other good health habits

Call 512-245-2161 to schedule an appointment to get a flu shot today!

*No Cost, if covered by health insurance plan (Blue Cross Blue Shield, UnitedHealthcare, Aetna, Cigna). Must bring health insurance card. $25 for out of network and uninsured.

Don't let the flu catch you, Bobcats!

Get Screened for STIs Today. It's Worth Knowing!

You and your health matter, Bobcats! Call us today to schedule a quick, 15-minute screening. Your status is always worth knowing!

Free HIV Testing Provided by SHARE and funded by SAMHSA.

Texas State Student Recovery Alliance

Come join a community of students in recovery to provide social support, encouragement, and friendship as we navigate through college and everyday life.

Enrollment for the Domestic Student Health Insurance Plan is now open!

Appointment lines now open at 7:30 am on Monday, Wednesday and Friday! Do you ever wake up not feeling your best? Don't want to wait until offices open to make an appointment? Now you don't have to! Our appointment lines will now open at 7:30 am on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. We offer same day appointments. Give us a call at 512.245.2161.

The Student Health Center is Making an Impact!

IMPACT STATEMENT 2016-2017 The SHC supports the academic and personal success of all students by providing public health leadership to the campus community and accessible, inclusive health and wellness services.  SERVICES PROVIDED • Primary Care • Women’s Health • Travel Health • Psychiatry • Sports Medicine • Laboratory Tests • X-Rays • Pharmacy • 24 Hour Ask A Nurse Service • Health Promotion Services  Student Health Center Building 25,000 Square feet Built in 2004 – when TXST enrollment was 26,306 compared to 38,808 today! 22 Exam rooms, 1 procedure room and 1 observation room. Lab, X-Ray and Pharmacy on site.  Top Reasons for Visits Throat infections Anxiety/depression/ADHD Contraceptive services Immunizations GYN problems STI screenings Urinary tract infections and symptoms	 Tuberculosis screenings Annual physical/GYN exams Allergy injections  33,449 Total Patient Contacts  22,590 Primary Care, Women’s Health, Sports Medicine visits 6,131 Allergy, Immunization, STI Screening, Travel Health visits 1,752 Psychiatry Visits 25,558 Lab Tests 764 X-Rays 23,168 Prescriptions and OTCs 51,228 Call Center calls 1,762 RN triage phone calls 2,377 Flu Shots given  What Patients Are Saying “[The Student Health Center] has a welcoming and judgement free environment. They offered additional screenings to help with mental health issues.” “All staff are super sweet, helpful and understanding. I love this Health Center.” “[The Student Health Center] is always welcoming and keeps student information private. They also always help you find what’s best for you and your wallet.” - TXST Students  Health Promotion Services  Health Promotion Services works to create and sustain a healthy campus environment at Texas State . We strive to promote healthy behaviors and provide tools for students to succeed personally and academically.  “The discussion about real scenarios was good. Great job, thank you!”  “The presentation was great and I loved how the presenter engaged the class in the conversation.” Award Winning Peer Educators  Healthy Cats and Men Against Violence Spirit of Engagement Award 2017, NASPA BACCHUS Initiatives, Region III Spring Conference, Texas Woman’s University.  HPS (Health Promotion Services)  In 2016-2017, HPS:  •	12 Outreach Events •	Reached 5,750 students through outreach events •	230 Health Presentations •	Reached 15,552 students through presentations •	Trained 30 Peer Educators  SHC Employment  Physicians Psychiatrists Nurse Practitioners Registered Nurses Nursing Staff (LVNs) Medical Technologists Pharmacists Health Educators Marketing Coordinator Full Time Staff Contract Staff Student Employees  Student Scholarship   Thanks to generous staff donations two <img alt=


More information and a downloadable version of our Impact Statement can be found by clicking here.

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It's Worth Knowing - STI Screening Service

until Jan. 31
Student Health Center (SHC)
Subjective to Student
Student Health Center, 512-245-2161
Campus Sponsor:
Student Health Center/SHARE/SAMHSA

Screening for sexually transmitted infections at the Student Health Center is not a new service, but has been revamped to better accommodate the need of students and to make the overall process easier. Students can now be seen in our nurse clinic for STI screenings, which cuts the cost of an office visit and makes the overall service more efficient. Students will also be able to receive a FREE HIV test provided by the SHARE grant and funded by SAMHSA. If you have insurance with preventive coverage, you may not pay anything at all for this service. If you are uninsured or out of network screenings will cost about $65. This price includes screening for Gonorrhea, Chlamydia, Syphilis and a FREE HIV test. For more information or to make an appointment, please call 512-245-2161.

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TB Skin Testing Outreach

until Jan. 17
Student Health Center (SHC); Second Floor Conference Room, 202
$20. Insurance is accepted.
Student Health Center, 512-245-2161
Campus Sponsor:
Student Health Center

The Student Health Center at Texas State University will be holding TB Skin Testing outreaches during the spring semester. The testing will take place in the Student Health Center Conference Room on the second floor. Insurance is accepted. Students must bring their insurance card with them. The cost of the test is $20 if the student is uninsured or out of network.

It is important for students to know and understand that after receiving a TB skin test, they MUST come back within 48-72 hours to obtain the TB reading. Students who are tested on Tuesday must return on Thursday or Friday for their TB reading and students who are tested on Wednesday must return on Friday.

Students who would like to get a TB test prior to the outreach can call the Health Center at (512) 245-2161 to schedule an appointment between semesters. We are now open for the semester.

QuantiFERON-TB Gold (QFT®) is another form of TB testing that is offered at the Student Health Center. It is a simple blood test that aids in the detection of the bacteria which causes tuberculosis (TB). Unlike the TB skin test, it requires only a single patient visit to draw a blood sample. Results can be available within 48 hours. Students who want to make an appointment for the blood test can call the Student Health Center at (512) 245-2161. Faculty members who want to schedule a group of students for the blood test should contact Debbie Karajankovich

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The Texas State Student Health Center-San Marcos has been accredited by the AAAHC since 2003.


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The Texas State University Student Health Center is an Institutional Member of the American College Health Association.

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