SUHS Blog

  • Free Flu Clinics

    Posted on Jan 21, 2014 By Palma Cassano
    Influenza activity level is categorized as widespread in New York. Health Services will continue to offer flu shots to SU/ESF students and faculty/staff on Wednesday, January 22nd and Thursday, January 23rd from noon to 4. Please use the ambulance entrance and bring your SU/ESF ID with you. If you have any questions, please contact Health Services at 315-443-9005. [Read More]

  • Get Social with SUHS

    Posted on Feb 22, 2012 By John Burke
    We're a part of one of the most influential Universities on the web. With social media constantly evolving, we want to be able to reach students in new and exciting ways. [Read More]

  • SUA Hosting Collegiate EMS Week

    Posted on Nov 07, 2011 By John Burke
    Syracuse University Ambulance the primary emergency medical response service for the university area, will be hosting a week of activities from November 7th through November 12th to raise public awareness. The events are designed to educate the campus and community about the existence and availability of emergency medical services provided by the collegiate EMS organization. [Read More]

  • It's Hot Out There, Syracuse

    Posted on Aug 02, 2011 By John Burke
    It's hot out there Syracuse! Make sure you keep hydrated and watch for signs of excessive heat exposure. As the temperatures and humidity levels approach record highs in Central New York, please be aware that doing too much on a hot day, spending too much time in the sun or staying too long in an over-heated place can cause heat-related illnesses. [Read More]

  • SUHS Has A Brand New Website!

    Posted on Jul 28, 2011 By John Burke
    We're really excited to finally unveil our brand new website. This summer, Syracuse University Health Services has been "cleaning house" and updating policies and procedures to better suit the needs of the ever-growing and changing student body of Syracuse University. We wanted our website to reflect those changes. In addition to providing you with a more consistent design (that you'll find similar to other departments and organizations here at SU) we wanted our website to be a dynamic resource of health information and education. [Read More]