System Down Friday, August 12

Myhealthconnect.case.edu is currently down. We are working on resolving the issue. If you have an appointment or need to schedule an appointment please call 216.368.5872 for counseling services or 216.368.2450 for health services. If you are trying to upload immunization information or COVID vaccine information please try again at a later time. 

Health Alert

On July 28 Ohio's health director declared the monkeypox virus 'a disease of significant public concern.'

Monkeypox typically is transmitted through close personal contact; its most common symptom is a rash that progresses to scabs, but people sometimes experience flu-like symptoms before the rash appears. 

Please visit this information page to learn more about monkeypox and ways to prevent it. 

Current Status of Health and Counseling Services

We are currently accepting appointments for all visits, including urgent care, primary care, and sexual health. Visits to Health Services may be virtual or in-person, depending on the service requested. 

In addition, we are now offering free, 24/7 telehealth through TimelyCare for mental health AND medical visits.

Refills: Students who have medications prescribed by UHCS providers, including contraception/birth control, may send a secure message to NURSE Refill to request a refill. Please note that it may take up to 3 business days for staff to respond to these requests. 

Weekends and evenings: Students may call (216) 368-2450 to receive medical advice from a nurse on-call. Please note that wait times for this services may be longer given the current surge of cases in Ohio and Cuyahoga County.

Counseling Services

For information on how students can access Counseling Services on-campus

Wellness Programs

Wellness programs are open to all CWRU, CIA and CIM undergraduate, graduate and professional students. 

Health Updates

July 12, 2022

The Cuyahoga County Medical Examiner issued a public health alert on July 12, 2022. This comes after over 30 suspected overdose deaths occurred within the first 12 days of this month. 

Counterfeit pills are becoming increasingly available and are often found to contain fentanyl. Many times, a single counterfeit pill contains a lethal dose of fentanyl. 

For more information on how to obtain tests to determine if a substance contains fentanyl can be found on this website

Read the full public health alert