I just wanted to share with you that the University of Florida Student Health Clinic is right across from City Hall and offers free health screenings and treatment options for students and faculty.
As you might expect, the clinic is a pretty great place for students to get their feet wet with health issues. And I’m not just talking about the occasional cold or the occasional flu. I’m talking about students dealing with a wide variety of mental health issues, from bipolar disorder to depression to anxiety disorders to eating disorders. And even students who just have a little too much sugar in their system can be helped by the clinic.
The clinic doesn’t offer a whole lot of services, but it does offer a very simple list of things to consider and do. The first thing to do is talk to your student counselor to find out what questions they could possibly have, and the second thing is to discuss with your student adviser about any medication they may need. And third, and most importantly is to schedule an appointment and get in front of a health care provider.
The most important part of the clinic is getting the students to the health care provider for a visit. The health care provider might prescribe a simple pill that will help restore blood sugar for a few days, but unless they have a list of questions for the counselor beforehand, they will have to wait until you bring in their blood sugar level to get the medication. Then it’s up to you to make the appointment and get them in front of a doctor.
The doctor won’t know what to do until they get your blood sugar level, but at least you can control the amount you take. The health care provider will know what to do, and that’s the most important part.
Like a lot of people, I didn’t want a blood sugar test because I thought I had high blood sugar. But when I brought in my blood sugar level, the health care provider said “ohh, I’m sorry, it’s just normal. So you don’t have diabetes then?” I said “yea, but I have a health condition” and he said “okay, well, you just take one more pill and then you can get a blood sugar test.
It also turns out that a blood sugar test is just one of the many tools in the health care provider’s arsenal against the disease of Diabetes. The health care provider will try and tell you what to do for your blood sugar. They will even give you a pill with the right side out to make it easier to take. They may also prescribe you a blood sugar pill that you can then take. They may also give you medicine and tell you to take it every day.
The health care provider is more than just a health care provider. It’s also your friend. It’s also your doctor. It’s also your pharmacist. It’s also your friend. It’s also your friend. It’s also your friend. It’s also your friend. It’s also your friend. It’s also your friend. It’s also your friend.
The health care provider, the doctor, the pharmacist, the health care provider, the doctor, etc. The health care provider is the person that is caring for you when you go to the doctor. It may be the doctor that your mother or your sister or your wife or the doctor that you go to when you have an operation. It may even be the doctor that you go to when you have a test or when you have an operation.
The health care provider is the person that the health insurance company will pay to see you and the doctor and the pharmacist will be paying for the tests and treatments you need. So what happens if you have a health issue that requires a health care provider to be there for your life? Well, either by choice or by necessity, you’ll have health insurance, and you’ll have a doctor and a pharmacist.