Click on "What to do in an Emergency" above to find options for medical treatment outside of clinic hours.
Information on the Zika Virus
Zika virus is a mosquito borne infection that is currently emerging in Mexico, Central and south America, and the Caribbean. If you're planning to travel in the next few months, or would just like to learn more, check out the Government of Canada website for more information.
Information on tuberculosis (TB)
UNB communications working with The province of New Brunswick's Public Health office have developed a TB Q&A, to help inform the UNB community about TB. Check it out if you have questions regarding the situation at UNB
Who can access Student Health?
- If you were full time last year and graduate in the spring 2015, you can still access through the summer, but make sure you get your name on a list for a community doctor
- If you have been accepted to UNB and enrolled in full time fall 2015 classes
- ELP and Shad Valley participants have access for a one-time fee of $10 for the term
- Full time students who opt out of the UNB Student Health Insurance Plan can still use the Student Health Centre.
The UNB Student Health Centre is committed to providing quality primary health care. Open year round to full-time UNB and STU students. We assess and manage a wide variety of medical problems. We know the importance of wellness to a student's academic success and our goal is to help you keep interruptions to your studies to a minimum.
Our services are CONFIDENTIAL.
Bring to EVERY appointment:
- a valid Student ID card
- a valid Provincial Health Card or alternate health care coverage information
- International students must complete a health insurance claim form for every visit
This is a provincially managed, bilingual patient registry for New Brunswickers without a family doctor. call Tele-Care at 811 to register OR online at gnb.ca/PatientConnectNB
If you are already on a no-physician list you do not need to re-register. You have already been added to the new patient registry and have maintained your priority.
Have the FLU, a COLD, or maybe a STOMACH VIRUS?
Did you know some viruses can live on surfaces anywhere from a couple hours to a couple days!
Here are a few tips to help prevent catching or spreading a cold, the flu, pertussis or a stomach virus:
- WASH your hands with WARM & SOAPY water thoroughly and frequently.
- Use hand sanitizer (60 to 90% alcohol based) when you do not have access to wash your hands.
- If you are sick try to isolate yourself from others when possible to avoid spreading germs.
- Cough and sneeze into the bend of your arm, not your hand, to prevent spreading germs to others.
- Discard tissues into a waste basket.
- Clean and disinfect regularly using household cleaners, areas that are touched frequently such as keyboards, doorknobs, sink water tap handles, phones, desktop surfaces, etc.
- Get your flu shot, still available at the Student Health Centre.
- Keep your system strong: eat healthy foods, be physically active, get enough sleep, practice stress management techniques and refrain from smoking.
Read more on flu prevention, written by Stacey Taylor, NP
For more information go to: FightFlu.ca
Information on Norovirus (stomach flu)