While it’s “doubtful at this point,” according to one local epidemiologist, that the virus will make its way to San Luis Obispo, the Cal Poly Health Center does have plans in place for if it, or any other contagious disease, shows up.
“[HRT] is primary care. It’s not specialty care, and some voices in the community will like to say oh that’s specialty care,” Pride Center Coordinator Samuel Byrd said. “This is allowing people to feel comfortable in their skin and allowing them to navigate our community, that’s primary.”
Cal Poly is looking to add a physician to the team at Campus Health and Wellbeing with an emphasis on reproductive health. Campus Health and Wellbeing previously had a doctor with specialization in gynecology, but the position has been vacant…
White cage-like doors, dim lighting and narrow walkways that made students feel trapped in a corner — that was the Cal Poly Food Pantry before April 2019. “It was literally just a cage, storage closet that was converted into a…
Norovirus is a contagious illness that often results in nausea and vomiting. Several students have reported norovirus symptoms and one student living on campus was diagnosed on Friday.
Students share their experience of being roofied in downtown San Luis Obispo and where they went for help.
“I wanted people to look at my smile and think ‘Oh, she’s perfect, she’s fine,’ but on the inside, I was the complete opposite.”
With the implementation of the $99 health fee increase per quarter beginning Fall 2018, students are already seeing improved wait times at the Health Center.
Safer is joining forces with the Health Center. The conjunction aims to increase convenience and quality of both services to aid students seeking support.
Cal Poly Health Services is hosting flu shot “pop-ups” to administer free flu vaccinations to Cal Poly students. The next “pop-up” will be held on Oct. 18, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. as part of Health Services’ efforts to…