Acne

Allergy 101: Rhinitis in the College Student

Ankle Injury

Bacterial Vaginosis

Blisters - Care and Prevention

Blood Pressure

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Charges: What Isn't Covered By The Health Fee Guide to SHC Services

Chlamydia

Cold Clinic Medication Information)

Common Cold and the College Student

Concussion - CDC

Condoms and Spermicides

Contraceptive Methods Failure Rates

Corps of Cadets Medical History

Crutch Instructions

Depo-Provera

Diaphragm (Birth Control)

Dietitian Services

Eating Smarter

Eczema (Atopic Dermatitis)

ERGO Tips (Ergonomics)

Eustachian Tube Health

Fatigue and the College Student

The Flu: Questions and Answers

Fluoroquinolone

Genital Warts

Gonorrhea

Heartburn 101: Gastroesophageal Reflux GERD (GastroEsophageal Reflux Disease)

Herpes

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HPV Genital Infection - CDC Fact Sheet

HPV and Men - CDC Fact Sheet

Immunization History

Immunization Medical Exemption

Immunization: Protect Yourself & Others

Immunization Religious Exemption

Ingrown Toenail

Irritable Bowel Syndrome

Knee Injury

Low Back Pain

Migraine and Tension Migraine Headaches

Mirena Intrauterine Contraceptive

Molluscum Contagiosum

Montgomery County Health Department Map - Driving Instructions

Mononucleosis

Morning After Pill

Mumps

Neck Pain (Cervical Strain)

Nexplanon

Norovirus

NuvaRing

Oral Contraception

Pap test

ParaGard IUC

Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (PID)

Pharmacy Information Handout

Pilonidal Disease Handout B

Pinkeye: Conjunctivitis

Pregnancy)

Required Immunizations

Recommended Immunization

Scabies

Skin Infections/MRSA

Skyla

Sleeping Well

Spermicides

Temperomandibular Joint Pain (TMJ)

Testicular Cancer Self-Exam

Trichomoniasis

Tuberculosis Testing and Treatment

Tuberculosis Testing and Treatment (Chinese Translation)

Upper Back Pain

Upset Stomach

Urinary Tract Infection

Using Antibiotics Correctly

Vaginal Yeast Infections

Violence Pamphlet

Warts: Common & Plantar

Women's Clinic  - Gynecology History Form

Women's Clinic Services

Wound Care

Medical Emergency

In the event of a medical emergency, follow these steps

  • Dial 911
  • Give your name
  • Give your exact location
  • Give the nature of the injury or illness