Lafene Health Center

Lafene Health Center, located adjacent to the west side of campus at 1105 Sunset Avenue, offers K-State students comprehensive, high quality, easily accessible, affordable outpatient health care. The Center also serves as a resource and an advocate for health education, promotion and wellness.

Ebola Update

The Ebola virus outbreak of 2014 affects multiple countries West Africa currently includes the countries of Sierra Leone, Guinea, Liberia, and Mali. It is spread by direct contact with the body fluids of a person ill with Ebola or direct contact with an object such as a needle that is contaminated with body fluids from an infected person. It is possible to become exposed as well from handling a sick or dead animal who is infected with Ebola or eating raw meat from such an animal.
Any student or faculty/staff member who has traveled to/from these areas within the past 4 weeks and has been in direct contact with an ill person suspected of having Ebola in that location should call Lafene Health Center @ 785 532-6544 and ask to speak with a nurse or call the Riley County Health Department @ 785 776-4779 to speak with the communicable disease nurse.
For complete guidelines, click here.   
Travel Update: Enhanced Airport Entry Screening to Begin for Travelers to the United States from Mali.


Flu Vaccine Walk-in Clinic Dates

December 11
Clinic Hours:  8:30 - 11:30 a.m. & 1:00 - 4:00 p.m.
Please bring your student or staff ID card and insurance information.  The cost is $17 for students and $22 for non-students. The vaccine is NOT available at Lafene Health Center to pregnant women or women who are breastfeeding. Please consult your primary care provider regarding vaccination.  Click here for more information regarding the flu vaccine. 


Lafene Health Center, K-State's student health care facility, is professionally accredited as an outpatient healthcare facility by the Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care. In order to be accredited, the Health Center must meet rigorous clinical and management standards.  aaahc







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