CuraMD: Environmental Wellness
CuraMD: Well-being Domains & Resources
Environmental wellness challenges you to live a life that is respectful of your surroundings. It is the ability to recognize your personal responsibility for the quality of the air, water, and land that surrounds us. It is important to realize that your daily habits directly impact your ecological footprint. In order to create positive environmental wellness, you must be aware and conscious of the efficient use and protection of our resources. Additionally, it is your responsibility to create a healthy and inclusive environment where all people, regardless of identity or ability, can thrive and be their best selves.
School of Medicine Environmental Wellness Resources
Facilities Management & Planning
The Office of Facilities Management & Planning is responsible for the upkeep, maintenance, and development of space within the School of Medicine. To report infrastructure or non-hazardous but urgent issues, click below.
Environmental Health & Safety
The Office of Environmental Health & Safety (EH&S) manages Chemical Safety Programs and General Laboratory Safety for the Medical Center, in addition to the Biological, Radiation, Controlled Substances and Laser Safety Programs university wide.
The Office of Neighborhood Life serves all of Georgetown University, but can specifically offer medical students information around recycling, bulk trash pick-up, equipment check-out, neighbor and roommate conflict resolution, and more within commonly occupied medical student neighborhoods.
Office of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion & Belonging
The Office of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion & Belonging at the School of Medicine provides an array of resources and support around the unique environmental wellness issues surrounding identity, bias, and more.
Office of Student Affairs
The Office of Student Affairs at the School of Medicine can assist with connecting you to the appropriate resources, in addition to supporting the unique environmental wellness needs related to your medical education (i.e. medical student roommate conflicts).