For the eighth year in a row, the Princeton Review has once again ranked Campus Health in the top 4% for Best Health Services out of 388 colleges and universities. The rankings are based on student data from The Princeton Review's survey of 160,000 students at the 388 listed schools.
"Accolades like the Princeton Review mean something to us since they come directly from the students we serve,” said David Salafsky, Interim-Co-Executive Director of Campus Health. “Our team has been phenomenal these past few years, managing through COVID, while also supporting the day-to-day health needs of our students. This recognition is a great reminder of the world-class care we strive to deliver here at Campus Health.”
Campus Health is dedicated to providing quality, compassionate, and student-centered care. Their nationally recognized integrated approach to healthcare supports the health, wellness, and success of each student. They are a one-stop-shop for students offering virtual and in-person services and programs ranging from counseling to x-ray, and everything in between – general medicine, pharmacy, immunizations and travel clinic, nutrition services, LGBTQ+ health, women’s health, lab, physical therapy, and more.
Campus Health makes a positive impact on the students they serve: 61% of students who used any of their services said that Campus Health helped them remain a student at the UA and 98% said they would recommend Campus Health to a friend. See more Campus Health data here.