Our Professional Medical Staff is here for You

Medical care at UAF is provided by highly qualified staff:

BJ Aldrich, MD and Director for Health and Counseling

Beverly Parrott, PA-C and Kendel Bormann, PA-C both are Certified Physician Assistants

 Nancy Bayer, ANP -  advanced nurse practitioner

Terri Berrie Lab -  Medical Assistant

Zena Kirkland, CMA Certified Medical Assistant and Crisandra McCarthy, CMA Certified Medical Assistant

The Center provides general health care and laboratory services as described below.

Primary Health Care

  • Acute illness and injury
  • Evaluation and treatment for sexually transmitted infections
  • Continued care for common chronic conditions
  • Mental health evaluation and treatment (see also Counseling)
  • Alcohol, nicotine, and other substance abuse counseling (see also Counseling)
  • Referrals for specialized medical services
  • Pregnancy counseling and referrals

Preventive Services

  • Routine physicals for men and women 
  • Contraceptive information and supplies (see Contraception Information)
  • Cholesterol screening
  • Nutrition evaluation and counseling
  • Blood pressure screening
  • Smoking cessation
  • Immunizations and Tb testing (see immunizations)
  • Screening and counseling for sexually transmitted infections

Other

  • Laboratory services
  • Formulary 
  • Outreach/educational programs (see our Events Page)

Students needing vaccinations or titers for classes, please refer to the Lab Hours

http://www.uaf.edu/chc/health-counseling-service/lab-hours/

 

CDC Recommendations: Advice for Colleges, Universities, and Students about Ebola in West Africa

The CDC recently released a new resource entitledáAdvice for Colleges, Universities, and Students about Ebola in West Africa. These guidelines, specifically for colleges and universities, provide an extensive list of frequently asked questions as well as links to other resources and information regarding the Ebola outbreak in West Africa. The recommendations contain advice for study abroad, foreign travel, and other education-related travel pertaining to higher education.


To view these recommendations,

click here.

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