Complementary and alternative medicines (CAM) are health care therapies that are not used by practitioners of conventional (Western) medicine. These remedies are sometimes excluded from standard practice due to lack of evidence.
There are several broad categories that CAM fall into. Some can be in more than one of these categories.
Drinking can be a relaxing and social activity, but if you consume too much, you could be risking your life. Drinking too much too fast can affect your breathing, heat rate, gag reflex, and can cause coma and death.
Alcohol poisoning should be taken seriously.
Despite its colorful name, chlamydia is not a flower! It is the most common sexually transmitted bacterial infection on university campuses. Approximately 2.8 million new cases are reported in the United States each year.
The Women's Health Clinic Team can support you and help you find whatever care you need if you are a survivor of sexual assault.
Call the Women's Health consulting nurse at 206-221-2491. She can help you decide what is appropriate for you.
1. Why is it important to maintain a medical record?
Each time you visit a Hall Health Center provider, a record of your visit is made. Typically this record contains your symptoms, examination and text results, diagnoses, treatment, and a plan for future care or treatment. This information, often called your health or medical record, serves as:
You can go in person to the Patient Service Center and ask to talk with the Consulting Nurse without an appointment. The Consulting Nurse will talk with you and can order a pregnancy test. The results are usually available the same day.
Emergency Contraception is a medication that women may take within 72 to 120 hours of unprotected intercourse. It is important to take emergency contraception as soon as possible for maximum effectiveness.
Low-cost, confidential testing for STDs is available at:
If you have received your current prescription from us and you are due for a gynecological exam, call your pharmacy and request an extension of your prescription until you come for your exam.
If you have had a complete gynecology exam within the year, call the Patient Service Center to schedule a consultation appointment.