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Information on the Ebola Virus
Upon arriving on Drew’s campus, all travelers from Liberia, Sierra Leone, Guinea, and Nigeria or any area in West Africa determined by the CDC to be at risk for Ebola Virus Disease must communicate with the Drew Health Service. Travelers should contact Drew University Health Service within 48-72 hours of their departure from one of the affected countries. Please call the Health Service at 973-408-3414 and we will arrange a risk assessment by telephone to determine any medical needs and eligibility to be on campus. To learn more, please read the following updates below. Additional information is available at www.cdc.gov/vhf/ebola.
- Ebola_recommendations November 12, 2014
- Ebola Update October 22, 2014
- Drew University Update
- State of New Jersey Update
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About Health Services at Drew
Drew University Health Service is a nationally accredited health service. A multi-disciplinary staff comprised of physicians, nurse practitioners, nurses, and massage therapists take pride in providing comprehensive health care to Drew University students. The Health Service is open 7 days/week during the regular semesters with limited clinical hours during the summer and January. Our board certified staff combined with the on-site state and federal certified laboratory ranks Drew in the top of the field among college health services.
Director: Joyce Maglione email@example.com
The mission of the Drew University Health Service is to provide accessible, cost-effective, high-quality primary care and health education in the University setting.
College health services are essential in an educational community and integrate the universal concepts of health promotion, health protection, disease prevention and clinical care in order to optimize the student’s ability to learn. These services focus on measures that enhance self-esteem and wellness, and not solely on problems or illnesses.