In affiliation with
"We are Ladies and Gentlemen Caring for Ladies
Chabot College is committed to student success. We know that
physical and mental well-being are important components of the
education process. The Student Health Center & Wellness Center
is here to provide convenient, friendly, professional health
advice and treatment by a nurse practitioner to registered
Chabot College Students.
The Student Health Center has new location.
Come and Visit us in Bldg 200 Rom 204
CLOSED for Spring Semester Break
30th to April 3rd,
February is American Heart Month
February is devoted to raising heart-health awareness, and you don't
have to be of a certain age to pay attention. When it comes to heart
prevention is everything!
Join us on February 10th, Tuesday from 10am to 1pm for
FREE WELLNESS SCREENING at Cafeteria Lobby
Where Chabot College students can connect, learn,
and get tips about managing stress, eating healthy,
workouts and much more.
(Click the link below)
Ebola (Ebola Virus Disease)
What is Ebola?
Ebola virus is the cause of a viral hemorrhagic fever disease.
Symptoms include: fever, headache, joint and muscle aches, weakness,
diarrhea, vomiting, stomach pain, lack of appetite, and abnormal
bleeding. Symptoms may appear anywhere from 2 to 21 days after
exposure to the Ebola virus, although 8 to 10 days is most common.
How is Ebola transmitted?
Ebola is transmitted through direct contact with the blood or bodily
fluids of an infected symptomatic person or through exposure to
objects (such as needles) that have been contaminated with infected
The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) urges all US
residents to avoid nonessential travel to Sierra Leone, Guinea, and
Liberia and to practice enhanced precautions if traveling to Nigeria
because of the current outbreak of Ebola.
Can I get Ebola from a person who is infected but doesn't
have any symptoms?
No. Individuals who are not symptomatic are not contagious. In order
for the virus to be transmitted, an individual would have to have
direct contact with an individual who is experiencing symptoms.
What is being done to prevent ill passengers in West Africa
from getting on a plane?
CDC is assisting with active screening and education efforts on the
ground in West Africa to prevent sick travelers from getting on
planes. In addition, airports in Liberia, Guinea, and Sierra Leone,
are screening all outbound passengers for Ebola symptoms, including
fever, and passengers are required to respond to a health care
questionnaire. CDC is also increasing support to the region by
deploying additional workers to help build capacity on the ground.
Please visit the CDC Website for information on Ebola