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Office of Health Promotion
Brown Hall
4200 54th Avenue South
St. Petersburg, FL 33711

local: (727) 864-8407

Office Hours:
Monday - Friday
9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Health Promotion

Counseling and Health Services

EC Clean

The EC CLEAN campaign aims to prevent the spread of communicable disease by promoting the Eckerd College Immunization Policy, providing personal hygiene education and increasing access to hand sanitation on campus.

Students, make sure you have the required immunizations!

Eckerd college requires that all students receive vaccines for Hepatits B, Bacterial Meningitis, and Measles, Mumps, and Rubella (MMR).  Other recommended immunizations include:  Tetanus-Diaphtheria-Pertussis, Polio, Varicella (Chicken Pox), and Human Papillomavirus (HPV).  A screening for Tuberculosis is also recommended.

Eckerd College Immunization Form

Hepatitis B Vaccine:  What you need to know

Meningococcal Vaccines:  What you need to know

Human Papillomavirus Vaccine:  Questions and Answers

Increase your knowledge about disease prevention!

Cold vs. Flu...what's the difference? 

Don't get sick:  Prevent catching a cold or the flu!

Should I get a flu shot from Eckerd College Health Services?

Information on Pandemic Influenza

[PandemicFlu.gov] The official U.S. government website for pandemic influenza.  Learn about recent outbreaks, pandemic planning and response efforts, and general information for your health and safety.

[Avian Flu Information] This Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website provides specific information on the Avian Flu virus, transmission, and signs and symptoms of infection in humans.

Check out the EC CLEAN Campaign Posters!

EC CLEAN Handwashing Campaign Materials

EC CLEAN Cough Etiquette Campaign Materials

EC CLEAN Hand Sanitizer Dispensers

hand sanitizers

Hand sanitizer dispensers are located in all dining facilities, the offices of health and counseling services, the fitness center, computer labs, student mailboxes, and in other high traffic areas of campus.  Prevent the spread of disease by sanitizing your hands daily.  While hand sanitation is an excellent substitute when soap and water are not available, traditional handwashing is still the preferred method for disease prevention. 

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