Beginning July 1, 2022, University Health and Counseling Services will no longer be able to provide allergy injections. This service has become increasingly specialized, and we believe that students are best served -- and can be most safely accommodated- by receiving these treatments through an allergist or specialty clinic.
In Spring 2022, only those students previously granted exceptions to receive allergy treatments/injections at UHCS may continue to be treated at UHCS. These students will need to establish with an outside provider by Summer/Fall 2022.
Students who need assistance with transitioning or establishing care with a local provider should send a secure message to Laura Fernandez, RN, through myhealthconnect.case.edu.