Flu Shots are Available Now

The 2019-20 flu shot season has started and health center staff are ready to give vaccinations to the campus community. Appointments are available weekdays and at two outreach events planned for November. A grant from Alana’s Foundation and donations will help cover the cost of vaccines for up to 200 uninsured and underinsured WMU students. Read the rest of the story for all the details, including payment options.

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Enter a drawing for a chance to win a Fitbit Smartwatch just for logging in to your account. Do anything on the portal: make or cancel an appointment, check immunization records, or just log in, and you’re entered! Every login counts as an entry in the drawing. Enter as often as you like. Winner will be drawn Oct. 25. Log in to your Sindecuse portal account at healthmanager.wmich.edu.

Shingrix Vaccine Limited Availability

Due to an unprecedented consumer demand for Shingrix, this vaccine is being placed on limited supply status by the manufacturer. Sindecuse Health Center occasionally receives small quantities of the vaccine. Community providers are experiencing similar challenges due to the vaccine shortage. 

Patients that have previously submitted their prescription for Shingrix, or had it sent in by their primary care provider, may call the clinicial coordinator at (269) 387-3426 to be placed on a waitlist. To join the waiting list for Shingrix, have your prescribing provider send a prescription to the health center. We will schedule your vaccination in the order recieved. If you have already called or scheduled an appointment, there is no need to call again.

Gender Affirming Care

We've developed a gender affirming care practice to meet patient needs. With an integrated care model that addresses the whole patient, our providers guide and support patients with care that affirms their true self. Learn more about informed consent and community at our web page about this practice.

Measles Immunization

Measles is a highly-contagious disease prevented with a two-dose immunization called MMR vaccine. Learn more about the vaccine, your possible immunity, and how to get the immunization at the health center.