National Women's Health Week (May 13-19)
Take advantage of the co-pay free services University Health Services (UHS) will be offering May 14-18!!! (Pap testing, appointment only) University Health Services will offer five co-pay free Pap testings per day (appointment only).
For more information please call University Health Services @ 901-448-5630 or visit their website to schedule an appointment.
What is a Pap smear test?
A Pap smear test is a screening test to check for changes in the cells of your cervix which may develop into cancer later. It is a simple procedure where cells are collected from your cervix and sent to a laboratory for analysis. The test takes only a few minutes and can be done by a nurse or a doctor.
UTHSC Womens Health Week Events
Monday, May 14th
11:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.
University Health Services (UHS) Free Health Checkup Day
SAC Dining Hall
University Health Services will be in the Student Alumni Center Dining Hall to offer
free checkups (i.e. blood pressure, glucose, BMI, etc
) (UTHSC faculty and staff
Co-pay free services
(Pap testing, appointment only) During the week of May 14th, University Health Services will offer annual preventative care such as pap testing and physicals with no co-pay if you are on one of the campus sponsored medical insurance plans (BlueCross BlueShield or Cigna). Schedule your appointment now before all time slots are filled.
For more information please call University Health Services @ 901-448-5630 or visit their website to schedule an appointment
Wednesday, May 16th (contd)
Facilitator: Dr. Diane Pace
Menopause is a natural biological process, not a medical illness. Even so, the physical and emotional symptoms of menopause can disrupt your sleep and sap your energy. If you would like to learn more about menopause, don't miss this informative seminar with Diane Todd-Pace, PhD, FNP-BC, NCMP, CCD, FAANP (College of Nursing)
Obesity and Physical Activity Seminar
Facilitator: Dr. Patricia Cowan
Regular physical activity, fitness, and exercise are critically important for the health and well-being of people of all ages. This session will address the role of nutrition and physical activity in improving womens health and preventing and controlling chronic diseases. Don't miss this informative seminar with Patricia Cowan, PhD, RN (College of Nursing)