| WMU News
KALAMAZOO, Mich.—Western Michigan University students, faculty and staff will be welcomed back to campus with free refreshments, games and prizes from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 6.
The back-to-campus celebration will feature complimentary lemonade as well as bean bag toss games with prizes at a tent site just north of the Campus Flagpoles. The casual event will be an opportunity to meet Sindecuse Health Center clinical staff and members of the Student Health Advisory Council.
Health center staff will be available to answer questions about health care at WMU and introduce members of the campus community to the many services and resources available to them. Council members will greet WMU students and listen to their ideas about health priorities on campus.
About Sindecuse Health Center
The Sindecuse Health Center offers convenient, cost-effective care provided by an experienced, multidisciplinary staff dedicated to maintaining and improving patient health. Clinic and nursing services include evaluation and treatment for a variety of illnesses and injuries as well as preventive health checkups and periodic health monitoring.
Sindecuse also offers health promotion and education programs, counseling and psychiatry services for students, lab and X-ray diagnostic services, a full-service pharmacy, massage therapy, nutrition counseling, occupational medicine, physical therapy, orthopedic rehabilitation, and employee wellness visits.
For more information about health services at WMU, visit the Sindecuse Health Center at wmich.edu/healthcenter.
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