For the Fourth of July Holiday the Baylor Health Center and Pharmacy will be closed Friday, July 3rd. We will re-open Monday, July 6th, at 8:00am
There is a measles outbreak in the United States currently. Most cases have come from un-immunized people coming in contact with patients actively infected with measles. Measles is highly contagious and is spread through the air.
West Nile Information
With all of the rain we have had in Texas recently, we want to remind you about West Nile virus.
West Nile virus is a mosquito-borne illness. Up to 80 percent of people infected with West Nile virus will have no symptoms. However, some infections can result in serious illness or death. People over 50 years of age and those with weakened immune systems are at a higher risk of becoming seriously ill if they become infected with the virus.
Your best defense is to practice these four habits:
The Ebola virus outbreak of 2014 began in March, 2014, and now includes three countries in Western Africa: Guinea, Sierra Leone, and Liberia. It is spread by direct contact with ill patients or their body fluids.
If you have an emergency: Call:254-710-2222 Or Call 911
Health Services After Hours Nurse Line
Make your urgent care appointment online beginning at 6:00 PM for the next day, spots fill up very quickly.
2015 Summer Hours
Monday-Friday: 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
Baylor University Health Services provides comprehensive health services to Baylor University Undergraduate, Graduate, Law, and Seminary Students. Baylor faculty and staff are welcome to come to the Health Center to receive immunizations.
A multidisciplinary staff comprised of physicians, nurse practitioners, registered nurses, a physical therapist, and administrative and technical personnel are available to provide a comprehensive array of services.
The Baylor Health Center is a primary care ambulatory clinic.
Remember to bring your ID card for every appointment!
Online Appointments Are Available