Students who have their prescriptions at the Mizzou Pharmacy-Student Center can move to Mizzou Pharmacy-Hitt Street by phone.
The Special Olympics Missouri joined forces with MU, MU Health Care and the UM System to give opportunities for faculty, staff and students of the universities to engage with the athletes of the program.
Celebrate sexual health responsibility week by getting checked.
Hal Williamson: “The need for this leadership position is apparent as health care continues to change and evolve throughout Missouri.”
The “refer and follow” privileges of two medical providers were described as “outdated and unnecessary.”
It’s been a crazy week for our graduate students, but through all of the discord, we’re now seeing a united graduate student population.
A subsidy that was once $3,051 has been replaced by a one-time payment of $1,240.
Crowded environments like college campuses are the most vulnerable for mumps outbreaks to occur, said Michael Cooperstock, medical director of MU Health Care’s Infection Control Department.
Services like Urgent Care, Family Medicine and Psychiatry services will be relocated to the new clinic.
Steines brings 17 years of experience in health care financial management.
Nicotine users of any kind — including users of alternative nicotine products — will no longer be hired by MU Health Care after Jan. 1, 2015.
The problematic policy would ban new employees from using legal products.
Delafontaine said he plans to improve the academic structure of the School of Medicine by integrating clinical work, research, and teaching.
Events like Pink Pursuit seek to raise funds for mammograms at Ellis Fischel.
The center will receive $140,000 each year for the next three years.
The donation will be used to fund cancer research and create the Frances T. McAndrew Endowed Chair in Oncology.
Over the past five years, the center in Mount Vernon received $10 million from the state each year, while its annual operating costs reached nearly $30 million.
Two of the clinics are planned to open by Aug. 1, and the third is planned to open by Oct. 1.
Exterior lights at the University Hospital and MU Women’s and Children’s Hospital will be red for all of February.
Children can now watch their favorite movies during the procedure.