University Health and Counseling Services provides a range of services including primary care, women's health, allergy injections, travel care and nutrition. There is no cost to see a provider, regardless of what health insurance you have, if you are a student registered for at least one credit hour.
Located in the building that was the original home of the Law School, from the outside we look more like a bank than a medical building. We are located directly across the street from 1-2-1 Fitness.
The general clinic is designed to help students with most minor ailments and injuries. If you have urgent concerns, some same-day appointments are available, or our staff can discuss other options.
The Allergy Clinic offers services for students with diagnosed allergies.
What should you do if you have a work-related injury or illness? What occupational health services does UHCS provide? Learn more about our services and other resources available to CWRU employees here.
There is no charge for general clinic visits for registered students, but some services, such as titers, immunizations and STI testing, will incur costs during your appointment.
The Women's Clinic, located on the second floor of the Health Service Building, is specially designed to meet the needs of female students.