A number of medical specialty services are available at the Student Health Center by appointment. Some require referral and others do not. You can talk with the staff in the General Clinic to determine if you need a referral to see these specialists.
- Women’s Health
One of our most active clinics, the Women's Health Clinic performs women's exams, Pap smears, screening for infections, and provides contraceptive counseling and management. Endocrine problems, abnormal pap smears, breast lumps, chronic pelvic pain, and other complex women's health problems are also evaluated and treated by the staff of our Women’s Health Clinic.
The staff of our Dermatology Clinic treats; severe acne, eczema, psoriasis, the mysterious rashes of unknown origin, or suspicious lumps that may be skin cancer, and many other skin-related problems.
- Ear, Nose, and Throat
Persistent symptoms that no longer seem to be symptoms of just a cold, and a variety of problems are treated in the Ear, Nose, and Throat Clinic by an oto-laryngologist.
- Orthopedics/Sports Medicine
Whether it was broom ball or rugby, surfing or skiing, this clinic attends to patients referred for musculo-skeletal symptoms and/or injuries.
- Internal Medicine
Don't ignore that stomach pain of yours that keeps coming back, fatigue that doesn't go away after a period of rest, headaches that don't get better with Tylenol, or allergies that defy all over-the-counter medications you've tried. Problems related to your cardiovascular system, lungs, digestive tract, immune system, etc., are evaluated and treated by our internal medicine experts.
The Psychiatry Service is comprised of medical doctors who have chosen to specialize in mental health. Psychiatric specialists use a knowledge of biological, psychological and social factors in working with patients. More information regarding care at our Psychiatry Clinic is available here.
Student Health Center provides a Registered Dietitian for students coping with eating disorders, engaging in weight management, or who are interested in establishing a health eating plan. Additional information regarding nutrition is available from the Health Education website.