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Watkins begins month of walk-in flu shot clinics

Watkins Health Services kicked off its month of walk-in flu vaccination clinics with a clinic at Daisy Hill Commons on Oct. 3.

Masks No Longer Required

As of 4/3/2023, masks are no longer required in Watkins Memorial Health Center.

A month after announcing new relationship, LMH Health and KU Health System collaborate on sports medicine program

About a month after LMH Health formed a strategic clinical relationship with the University of Kansas Health System, the two entities have announced a new health care collaboration dedicated to sports medicine.

Watkins Student Support Fund changes lives

“The Patient Assistance Fund is a valuable resource that can help alleviate the financial burden for physical and mental health services,” said Alicia O’Leary, a social worker at Watkins.

Watkins Health Services Reaccredited

Now Filling Prescriptions for Dependents of KU Employees

For added convenience, Watkins Pharmacy invites KU faculty, staff and affiliates to fill prescriptions for their family members right here on campus.

Gender-Affirming Resources at KU

With the University of Kansas educating roughly 28,000 students each year, the campus has provided gender-affirming resources to meet the needs of students regardless of race, religion, gender identity, sexual orientation and more. 

Tips on Using Watkins Health Services During the Summer

Students Enrolled in Summer Session In accordance with the KU Comprehensive Fee Schedule, students enrolled in classes must pay “Required Campus Fees,” part of which is the Watkins

Physical Therapy Now Offered

Watkins Health Services continues to look for ways to expand offerings for students, faculty and staff by bringing multispecialty services in-house.

Donate to New Patient Assistance Fund

Jayhawks who struggle to meet their basic needs experience obstacles to learning. Student Affairs works to remove barriers to student success and make learning possible for all students.