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Women's Health

Urinary Tract Infection (UTI) study

Volunteers needed!

Hall Health Center offers UW-approved research studies as an option for women with urinary tract infections.  These studies are voluntary and include assessment and free antibiotic treatment.

Currently we are looking for volunteers with symptoms of frequent and painful urination (less than 1 week duration) to participate in a treatment study using standard antibiotics. 

Financial compensation will be provided.


The Hall Health Lactation Station is located in room G90 on the ground floor of Hall Health and is available for use by UW students, staff, and faculty.

Usage

Availability 

Monday-Friday from 8am-4:30pm

Orientation required

An initial 15-minute orientation is required to use the Hall Health Lactation Station.  This can be arranged by calling (206) 685-1034. Please bring your UW ID card to the orientation.


The Family Planning Consulting Nurse can:

  • Talk with you and your partner together or separately about options for birth control.
  • Provide pregnancy testing and help you explore options for planned or unplanned pregnancy.

Birth control options

Did you know that there are a wide array of birth control options?


To make an routine appointment

Review our new patient information.

Call or go to the Patient Service Center to make an appointment.


The Women's Clinic provides important annual  or health maintenance exams for all women.

Make an Appointment

Call or go to the Patient Service Center to make an appointment.

If you are a new patient or have not been seen for one year,


What is Pap test?

  • A Pap test is a test to screen for cervical cancer.

A Pap test is taken by collecting cells from the surface of the cervix and using a small soft brush to collect cells from the small canal that goes from the cervix into the uterus. These cells are evaluated under a microscope by an expert for abnormal cells. An annual physical exam and Pap test are by far the best means of protecting yourself against the development of dysplasia associated with HPV infections.


Make an appointment

If you are just starting birth control or want to change your current method, call the Patient Service Center and ask for an appointment with the Family Planning Consulting Nurse. She will review with you in detail the methods of birth control available and assist you in making an appointment with a clinician.

Birth control options

Click on the links below to explore different types of birth control offered at Hall Health.


Evaluation & Treatment of Infections

Urinary Tract Infections (UTIs)

Come in person to the Patient Service Center (main entry of Hall Health) and request to see a consulting nurse for a possible UTI. You do not need an appointment.

What is a Urinary tract  infection?

Common Symptoms: painful urination, urgency and frequency of urination.


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