Wellness Resources for Medical Students

Medical Student Health & Wellness Services Wellness Resources for Medical Students
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Wellness Resources for Medical Students

NYU School of Medicine’s Student Health Service is committed to promoting your health and wellness so that you can better achieve your educational and personal goals. We understand that being healthy and taking care of yourself help you to be more productive and satisfied.

Fitness and Recreation Programs

You have access to a variety of fitness classes and recreation programs at NYU-affiliated athletic facilities. Learn more about fitness equipment, fees, and group class schedules for the Jerome S. Coles Sports Center, the Palladium Athletic Facility, 404 Fitness, and the Brooklyn Athletic Facility at the NYU Athletics website.

Vilcek Hall Athletic Facility

Conveniently located in the basement of Vilcek Residence Hall at 334 East 26th Street, this small fitness center is equipped with bikes, treadmills, free weights, and other workout equipment. It’s perfect if you don’t have time to get to another NYU athletic facility. You can access the equipment in Vilcek Hall free of charge with your NYU School of Medicine ID.

Wellness Events & Health Topics

The following information on seasonal health topics, mental health services, and other services is intended to improve your sense of wellbeing.


Asthma is a common, chronic disease characterized by inflammation and swelling of the airways in your lungs.
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Chronic Sinusitis

Symptoms of chronic sinusitis mimic those of the common cold and allergies but require specific treatment.
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Persistent sad, hopeless, or worthless feelings can signify depression. A mental health specialist may help.

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Headaches have many different causes, and there several different types, including tension-type and migraines.

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Protect yourself from an illness that comes on suddenly and causes more intense symptoms than the common cold.

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Tobacco Cessation

We can help you quit smoking with skills and strategies for dealing with situations that trigger tobacco use.

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