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Last updated – Tuesday, April 7 at 6:15 p.m.

Wellness Services

 

COVID-19 and Wellness Services 

Wellness Services is continuing to monitor and respond to information and advisories from Alberta Health related to COVID-19. For more information on COVID-19 and MRU's response, please visit mru.ca/COVID19.


Optimal Therapy
Optimal Therapy is closed for in-person visits except for emergencies for physiotherapy and chiropractic care until the end of April. Access to the clinic will be through the West Gate entrance. For public please use the intercom and for students and employees please use your OneCard.

See here for more information and how to contact your practitioner via email if needed. 

To continue providing care to our patients, we are emailing all patients and patients can connect with their practitioners directly via email during this time for advice and management of injuries. 

Student Counselling Services
Student Counselling Services is conducting appointments via telephone or video - see here for more information.

Health Services
Health Services continues to see patients. Individuals should follow the recommendations from AHS related to covid-19. Individuals with symptoms should not visit a physician's office without consulting Health Link at 811 first. Individuals should call to schedule Health Services appointments at 403.440.6326.  Access to the clinic for booked appointments will be through the West Gate entrance. For public please use the intercom and for students and employees please use your OneCard. Note that telephone appointments are available. See more information about Health Services here.  Health Services is closed daily from 12 p.m. to 1 p.m.  

What Should I Do If I Think I Have COVID-19?
If you have symptoms such as fever, cough and difficulty breathing and have travelled outside Canada or have been exposed to someone who has COVID-19, stay home. You can take an online assessment which will tell you if you should be tested for COVID-19, at which point you should call Health Link at 811. If you are not seriously ill, do not go to a physician’s office such as Health Services, a health care facility or a lab without consulting with Health Link 811 first. Call 911 if you are seriously ill and need immediate medical attention and inform them that you may have COVID-19.


Daily Student Support – Free Webinar from Student Counselling 

These sessions will focus on themes such as coping with worries, self-isolation, ways to stay connected and drawing on your resilience. We are not able to answer questions about MRU's response or provide medical information to COVID-19.

Presented by Student Counselling Services

Monday to Friday (daily - will not be available on Friday, April 10th or Monday, April 13th due to holiday)
1 p.m.


webinar (link will be live at 12:45 p.m.)

 


 

Employees - Receive timely emails with updates and information for your well-being! Register here.

Our services

Mental Health

Student counselling, mental health nurses, and physicians and psychiatrists.

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Medical

Clinic physicians and nurses.

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Optimal Therapy

Chiropractors, acupuncturists, and athletic, massage and physical therapists.

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Workshops & Groups

Single-session workshops and multi-session groups.

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Campus Community Wellness

Health promotion initiatives and wellness collaborations.

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Resources

On-campus, off-campus and online resources.

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Our FAQs answer our most commonly asked questions. If you think we've missed something or want to ask something else, please contact us.

Wellness Centre: U216
Healthy Campus Office: I151

Phone: 403.440.8877
Fax: 403.440.6262

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Mount Royal's response to the opioid crisis in Alberta

MRU Security Officers and other MRU community members are trained in the use of Naloxone in response to an opioid overdose on campus.

Wyckham Pharmacy on campus provides training and free Naloxone kits for all interested community members - also available at pharmacies province-wide.

We also offer a Harm Reduction and Naloxone Training workshop.