Hepatitis A Information
There was a case of Hepatitis A case identified in an employee of the Good Food Store. If you have eaten at the self service salad bar between August 15 and September 13 you may have been exposed. Please contact the Curry Health Center with questions. The Curry Health Center is able to provide Hepatitis A vaccine. Hepatitis A vaccine is effective at preventing illness if given within 14 days of exposure. If you are not immunized, and may be been exposed, please come see us. The medical clinic is open Monday through Friday from 8 – 5 and on Saturday from 9 – 4. For questions, please call 243-4330.
Fall 2016 Counseling Seminars and Groups
Curry Health Center offers several FREE counseling seminars and groups each semester. See our schedule below or click here for the full listing from the Counseling Department.
Need Help With Insurance?
Did you know that Curry Health Center has a person on staff to help specifically with insurance? If you have questions about health insurance we are here to help. Talk to our friendly and helpful Student Insurance staff to learn more by calling 406-243-2844 or emailing StudentInsurance@mso.umt.edu.
Recent Coverage of Curry Health Center in the News:
Curry Health Center has received some great news coverage in the past several weeks. Here are several of the most recent stories:
What Can Curry Health Center Do For You?
Curry Health Center wants to welcome our newest students to campus. As you learn your way around the university remember Curry Health Center is here for you. Learn more about the unique and affordable health services we provide for the UM student body:
New Healthy Lifestyle Clinic
Curry Health Center is proud to offer a new initiative: the Healthy Lifestyle Clinic. With the growing obesity epidemic across the nation it is no surprise that students at the University of Montana are also being affected. You can learn more about the program here and sign up for a personal appointment.
Optimal Bear Approved Program Expands
After a successful first year at the University of Montana’s UC Market, the Optimal Bear Approved program run by Curry Health Center’s Wellness department is expanding to the Corner Store on campus.Starting Monday, Jan. 25, shoppers will find Optimal Bear Approved stamps on select items in this new location on campus to support and encourage healthy eating habits. You can read more about this exciting development here.
The Missoulian covered an amazing story about UM's efforts to accommodate Transgender students and a Curry Health Center doctor is highlighted in the article by a Transgender student:
She offered praise for her doctor at Curry Health Center, whom she sees every three to six months for her transition. She heard from colleagues that the doctor was knowledgeable and supportive, and she agrees.
"I'm glad I'm one of their patients. My doctor is awesome," Hoffman said.