COVID-19 News and Updates from the Student Health Center
Welcome back to campus!
In-person and telemedicine services are available at the Student Health Center.
If you are experiencing a medical emergency, call 911 or proceed to the nearest emergency department. The Student Health Center is not an Urgent Care Center or Emergency Department.
- Walk-in inquiries or requests for appointments are not available.
- The COVID-19 Vaccine is available in our area.
More information, local area vaccine availability.
- Did you get your COVID-19 Vaccination at an on-campus mass vaccination event and need a copy of your vaccination record?
- Primary Care, including Men’s and Women’s Health
In-person and telemedicine appointments can be scheduled 24/7 through the Healthy Coog Patient Portal or by calling 713-743-5151 during regular business hours.
For the safety of our patients and staff, patients must complete a COVID-19 Symptom Assessment prior to scheduling an appointment. For those who exhibit symptoms listed on the assessment form, an initial telemedicine consultation/triage can be scheduled in which the provider determines an in-person visit is medically necessary in order to provide treatment or care.
- The Psychiatry Clinic will continue to offer Telepsychiatry Services.
- The Campus Pharmacy will continue to offer limited contact services.
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Calendar & Reminders
Jan 27 1:00 pm
This 2-part workshop helps you to understand and implement some of the latest strategies for preventing and managing excessive and debilitating anxiety. Live a calmer and more balanced life!
(Includes General Medicine, Men’s Health and Women’s Health)
At our clinic, you will be cared for by board-certified physicians who are assisted by nurse practitioners, registered nurses, licensed vocational nurses, and certified medical assistants.
- Treatment for both short-term and long term medical problems and injures
- General Physicals, Men’s and Women’s Annual Exams
- Health screenings
- Contraception counseling
- Gynecological complaints
- STI evaluations and treatment
Immunizations, Tuberculosis Skin Test and Immunological Titers are available by appointment. Titers (including Tuberculosis lab tests) required an office visit with a provider.
Our Psychiatry Clinic maintains a reputation for distinction in helping students cope successfully with the challenges and stresses of everyday life to mental health as students work toward their academic goals.
Our orthopedic specialist is available to diagnose and treat musculoskeletal conditions. This includes sports injuries and diseases of the bone and muscle. Referral for physical therapy may be obtained through this clinic.
Our pharmacists serve as an integral part of the health care team to help provide optimum outcomes and medication management. We believe strongly in educating patients about their medications including proper use, length of therapy, side effect, and potential drug interactions.