The new CSU Health and Medical Center will be the home of the CSU Health Network, which provides a wide range of medical, mental health, and
health education and prevention services for students. More than half of all
students use the CSU Health Network each year, making it one of the most widely
used services on campus. The new facility will expand the capacity to meet
student needs and serve as an international model for campus health and
well-being in one convenient, state-of-the-art location.
Partnerships with the College of Health and Human Sciences,
UCHealth, Associates in Family Medicine, and Columbine Health Systems will
provide expanded health care and research opportunities for Colorado State University staff and
faculty, and the community at large.
“The big vision is to improve the health and the presence of
health and well-being on our campus,” said Anne Hudgens, executive director of the CSU Health Network. “We’re pioneering new ground with an opportunity to do
something for campus and community health that’s never been done before.”