We welcome you to the La Salle University Student Health Center web page. We hope that you will become acquainted with our staff, our services, and all that we can do to meet your healthcare needs while you are a student here at La Salle University.
For many, we realize that this may be your first time seeking healthcare independent of your family. We are “user-friendly” and available to assist you, to answer your questions, to treat your health problems and to help you in making appropriate decisions regarding a healthy lifestyle.
We look forward to working with you to achieve good health throughout your college experience!
For more information, contact
The Student Health Center
Health Information Advisory – Ebola Outbreak
Although the Ebola outbreak currently poses no substantial risk to the U.S. population per the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the World Health Organization (WHO) has declared it a public health emergency of international concern. Ebola is NOT spread through the air, water, or food; it is only spread through direct contact with blood or bodily fluids of a person who is sick with Ebola or through objects like needles that are contaminated with the virus.
The CDC has issued a level 3 travel warning to avoid nonessential travel to the following countries: Guinea, Liberia, and Sierra Leone. The Ebola outbreak has occurred in Guinea, Liberia, Sierra Leone, and Nigeria.
Any students, faculty, or staff who have had recent travel to those countries within the past 21 days, or who have had contact with blood or bodily fluids of a patient known or suspected to have Ebola virus and have the symptoms below, should immediately CALL ahead to their health care provider and mention their recent travel or possible exposure to the Ebola virus. Symptoms include:
- fever higher than 101.5
- headaches, muscle pain, vomiting, diarrhea, abdominal pain
- unexplained bleeding
Students should CALL (not visit) the La Salle University Student Health Center at 215.951.1565. Faculty and staff should contact their family physician as well as leave a message for Student Health.
For additional information, click to visit the CDC Web site.
Bed Bug Prevention While Traveling
Many prominent hotels have been infested with bedbugs so the pests may come home with you in your luggage or clothing no matter where you stay; the cost of the room is not a guarantee. Click the link above to learn more.