Student Health Services

Student receiving treatment from a nurse at Student Health Services

FDA Alert: Nationwide Recall of EpiPen and EpiPen Jr

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is alerting consumers to Meridian Medical Technologies’ voluntary recall of 13 lots of Mylan’s EpiPen and EpiPen Jr (epinephrine injection) Auto-Injector products used for emergency treatment of severe allergic reactions.

For medical emergencies please dial 9-911 (on campus) and 911 (off campus)

Student Health Services promotes health and well-being of all Texas Woman's University students through primary, women's and psychiatric healthcare services.

We are staffed with experienced full-time medical providers and medical support staff, partnering with you to be a pioneer of your health for academic success.

Student Health Services offers affordable prices for college students and health insurance coverage is not required to receive care.

Student Health Services also has a Health Promotion Services department that strives to help students succeed by promoting healthy lifestyles and creating a healthy campus environment at Texas Woman's University.

Dr. Connie Menard, M.D. serves as the Director.

Page last updated 1:02 PM, April 3, 2017