The mission of the Office of the University Physician is to oversee areas at MSU where there is a requirement or need for specific programs or policies that impact the health and safety of the people who work, learn, and live at MSU. Simply stated, the mission is to facilitate compliance with existing state and federal statutes in occupational health, as well as to optimize the public health environment.

The subunits that are involved in carrying out this mission include Employee Assistance Program (EAP), Health4U Program (H4U), Food and Water Sanitarian, Occupational Health, and Travel Clinic.

Information regarding important health policies and guidelines for prospective, entering and current MSU students.

Information regarding important health policies and guidelines for new and current MSU employees.

Information regarding important health policies and guidelines for employee supervisors at MSU.

Information regarding important health policies, guidelines and warnings for faculty, staff, students and community members travelling internationally.

The Travel Clinic promotes safe, healthy travel by providing health counseling to travelers, along with appropriate vaccines and preventative medication.

Occupational Health promotes safe, healthy working conditions for MSU employees by providing health policies and resources, along with guidelines and compliance information.

Health4U encourages healthy lifestyles for all MSU employees and their partners via tobacco cessation, fitness, nutrition, self care, and emotional wellness.

The Food and Water Sanitarian promotes a healthy environment for students, faculty, staff, and visitors by overseeing food safety, inspecting, and licensing MSU facilities.

The Employee Assistance Program (EAP) is dedicated to supporting and enhancing the emotional health of the campus community.

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Important health related information for the MSU community.

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As East Lansing and the surrounding areas experience extreme cold weather conditions, please take a moment to review the following tips.

Public health officials and the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) are continuing to see an elevated number of hepatitis A cases in Southeast Michigan.

We've moved to the first floor, Room 123 at the Olin Health Center.

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