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Health Services will be closed Wednesday November 26th at noon and will reopen Monday December 1st in observance of the Thanksgiving holiday.

Flu Shots are now available at Health Services for all students, faculty and staff.  No appointment necessary.

Mumps Cases at the University of Idaho—November 24, 2014

An outbreak of at least 10 cases of mumps has been reported at the University of Idaho.  There is no indication of any outbreak of mumps on the campus of Boise State University.  However, it serves as a reminder to check your shot records to see if you have received at least two doses of the MMR (Measles, Mumps, and Rubella) vaccine. At this time, Health Services recommends:

  • Check your shot records. If you have had 2 doses of MMR you should be protected.
  • If you are unable to verify your immunization status, have your medical provider check your mumps antibody level.
  • If you received only 1 dose or none of the MMR vaccine, or your antibody levels are too low, get vaccinated with the MMR shot.

Read more about the “Mumps” here.

HEALTH ADVISORY:  EBOLA VIRUS DISEASE

Health Services, along with other campus departments, continues to monitor the Ebola virus epidemic closely.  There are no immediate implications for our campus related to the health crisis in West Africa, or the recent cases in the U.S.  We will post updates here and on other University media if that situation changes.

Traveler’s Health Alert (November 15, 2014)

The purpose of this alert is to notify travelers that a few Ebola cases have been reported in Bamako, Mali, and to inform them of actions they can take to reduce their risk of getting the disease.

CDC recommends that travelers to Mali protect themselves by avoiding contact with the blood and body fluids of people who are sick, because of the possibility they may be sick with Ebola. Although a cluster of cases has been reported only in Bamako, travelers to all parts of Mali should be alert for reports of possible further spread within the country.

http://wwwnc.cdc.gov/travel/notices/alert/ebola-mali

For more information on Ebola click here.

If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact us at 208-426-1459 or at healthservices@boisestate.edu.

 

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Our Mission
The mission of Health Services is to provide the Boise State University community with an integrated model of delivery enabling our campus partners to retain, enhance, promote, and improve upon their physical, mental, and spiritual health. In serving their constituents, the Medical, Counseling, and Wellness departments provide highly skilled and licensed staff, specialized resources, and experiential learning opportunities in support of the overall mission of Boise State University.