Please join us in extending a warm welcome to Kelly Wilmer as the new nurse practitioner in Student Health Services/Health Clinic in Cochran. Kelly joined us Monday, March 4th and will continue to shadow Autumn Lucas between the Macon and Cochran Campus clinics over the next week or so to acquaint herself with our campuses and processes.
Here are a few upcoming wellness events on the Warner Robins Campus: Feb. 13: Spring Health Fair – Warner Robins Campus, Oak Hall Lobby, 10:00 A.M. – 2:00 P.M. Features campus and community vendors, giveaways, and free health screenings! Feb. 20: Red Cross Blood Drive – Warner Robins Campus, Oak Hall Lobby, 10:00 A.M. – 3:00 P.M. Please email Tammy Bearden to register. Calling all potential donors to consider participating during this urgent time of need!
This month’s DOAS Loss Control Bulletin offers tips on Office Safety.
The Risk Management Department welcomes Ciarah Brown-Field as MGA’s new Environmental Health & Safety Coordinator. She will be working under Risk Management and Police Services. Welcome to MGA, Ciarah Brown-Field!
While the Zika virus has been out of the media spotlight, the CDC continues to work diligently with other organizations to help keep us safe and aware. As of March 29, 2017, there have been 5,182 Zika cases reported in the United States (110 of these in Georgia). Over 4,000 of these cases were Continue reading
MGA Health Clinic’s Fall Flu Drive going on October 17th-20th! All five campuses will have the opportunity to have a flu shot for $25. Be proactive about your health. Check the schedule below and plan to participate in the Fall Flu Drive. For more Information: Cochran Campus (M/W) 478-271-5401 Macon Campus (Tu/Th) 478-471-2092
Being safe means being alert – all the time!
Tips for keeping yourself and your loved ones safe.
Environmental Health & Safety is planning to have two events next week for Earth Week where we will be giving out Sustainability water bottles and information about Sustainability on campus.
We recently learned that past efforts to educate our campus community about the water quality on the Cochran Campus—where lead levels were slightly elevated last year but are now back down below federal (EPA) and state (GA EPD) standards—were insufficient. Even though we are currently in compliance, Middle Georgia State is working with experts to further improve water quality.