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MINIATURE HOSPITAL:
Health Service Offers Student Numerous Services

GEORGE JESSEL -
in 'Story of Broadway'

SEN. ALBERT GORE
... .in atomic energy discussion

By DONALD KURTZ
University Health Service is a
miniature hospital.
Although the work of the serv-
ice is largely that of a clinic, it
health safety for students and
seeks to promote health educa-
also gives attention to general
tion.
Health Service is centrally 10-
cated on campus to serve, the rou-
tine medical needs of the student.
Its staff, composed of- doctors
from University Hospital, treats
students' routine needs.
The service, open to students
only, requires that each student
in the University take a physical
examination. The student may
have his examination taken by
the physician of his choice at
home.
Vaccinations Needed,
Students must be vaccinated for
smallpox. Students not having
been vaccinated in three years re-
ceive shots at Health Service. The
entering student is also given a
chest x-ray to detect possible tu-
berculosis.
Every student in the University
has his own medical folder. More
than 1,000,000 of them have been
on file since 1913.
All students taking four- or
more hours of credit are entitled
to Health Service privileges. Those
taking less than four hours may
receive these services at a nominal
fee.
Advantages of Health Service
include ,the free x-ray examina-
tion, advice and assistance in
health problems, 15 days of gen-
eral hospitalization during the se-
mester for $17 a day (for urgent
conditions only), surgeon's fees
for acute conditions, simple drugs
and dressings and ambulance fees
in emergencies.
Parents Notified
Reports to parents are made of
students contracting serious ill-
nesses, regardless of student age.
Health Service also houses an
Infirmary in the same building.
Office hours correspond to
classes. Appointments with physi-
cians are given for special cases
only. However, physicians are on

call for room or out-of-hour serv-
ice to convenience students.
Health Service is mostly an out-
patient clinic, but the inpatient
ward houses 60 beds.
At Health Service, students re-
ceive immunizations required for
ROTC, for trips to foreign na-
tions, or for trips to University
summer camps. These shots are
free.
Doctors Available
Seven doctors are available in
the clinic, performing 16 types of
service: general medical, mental
hygiene, lab, allergy, physio-
therapy, othology (ears, nose and
throat), optholomology, dermatol-
ogy, emergency'dental care, diag-
nosis, minor surgery, orthopedics
treatments, X-ray, gynecology,
consultation and chest diseases.
These clinics on the'second floor
are visited by referral by the gen-
eral clinic staff physicians.
Health Service opened in 1913.
It moved from an old building to
what is now the Museum Annex.
In 1939 the present building was
constructed.
Health Service's allergy clinic
has been called the finest of any
college or university Health Serv-
ice in the nation. Allergens are in-
dividually made up in the service's
own laboratories.
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SEN. HUBERT HUMPHREY
... on the soundness of policy

RAYMOND MASSEY
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Music Talks
Need Ushers
Opportunities for ushering at
Choral Union concerts and at Lec-
ture Course programs throughout
the school year are open to Uni-
versity students.
Persons interested in ushering
at these performances should ap-
ply from 5 to 6 p.m. at the Ijill
Aud. box office.
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