CAMPUS WELLNESS CENTER

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Wellness Coordinator: Joy Jacobs, R.N.
jjacobs@umobile.edu

Your physical well-being directly affects not only your academic performance, but also every aspect of your life. Having convenient access to the healthcare you need, as well as preventive care, can make all the difference!
The University of Mobile has created the Campus Wellness Center to provide students and employees with basic quality medical services, health education and preventive care.

COVID-19 HEALTH & SAFETY INFORMATION

WASH YOUR HANDS. WEAR A MASK. PRACTICE SOCIAL DISTANCING.


We are working very hard to ensure a safe experience for the entire UM community.
The Return of the Rams is a guide to help your return to on-campus activity, including class and residential living. 

WASH YOUR HANDS.

WEAR A MASK. 

PRACTICE SOCIAL DISTANCING.

For information regarding Fall 2020 campus operation plans, visit umobile.edu/coronavirus.

LOCATION:

Weaver Hall, 2nd Floor
Suite 200D

HOURS OF OPERATION:

Monday & Wednesday
7:30am - 3:30 pm


For Appointments, email: jjacobs@umobile.edu


UM Health History Form
Please print, complete and take Health History Form to your appointment. 
The University of Mobile Campus Wellness Center provides a registered nurse to assist students and employees with basic health services and healthcare needs.

• Health promotion and well-being services such as blood pressure checks, temperature checks, provision of basic over-the-counter medications

•Basic treatment of minor illnesses or injuries

• Referrals and assistance making appointments with a local physician, nurse practitioner or other healthcare providers for additional treatments and care 

These services are provided by an RN and are free to all University of Mobile students and employees (pursuant to the Alabama Board of Nursing: Nursing Practice Act 610-X-6-.03).

UM PERSONAL COUNSELING

The mission of UM counseling services is to assist currently enrolled students in obtaining counseling appropriate to their needs, provide consultation and crisis intervention services to students and others concerned with students’ emotional well-being, and teach healthy coping skills to students through outreach efforts.

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