Primary Care Services

Primary Care Services provides a comprehensive and holistic approach to the care of students at both of our clinic sites. We believe continuity with a medical provider helps to provide best care possible. Beginning in fall 2013, all new students are assigned a PCP (Primary Campus Provider) so that each student is connected with a medical provider who is familiar and gets to knows them. If a student needs care outside of our scope of practice, we will refer to specialists in the community.

We see students by appointment for general health concerns, gynecology concerns, acute and chronic medical conditions, injuries, preventive care and specialized services. We encourage and welcome students to call us for an appointment or to get advice and guidance over the phone. We know students are busy, so we offer many same day and next day appointments.

What services do we provide?

Primary care health services for problems that arise while here at school, or that may be ongoing from childhood:

  • Illnesses (like sore throat, urinary tract infections, warts)
  • Injuries (like sprains, wounds, concussions)
  • Gender-specific services (such as menstrual irregularity, contraception, sexual dysfunction, trans care
  • Ongoing health issues (like asthma, diabetes, acne) including mental health conditions (like depression, anxiety, eating disorders)
  • Prevention and screening (like physical exams, STI tests, pap smears, vaccinations)

Special health care services:

  • After-hours health care advice: phone accessible nursing coverage to address urgent issues. SHS health care providers are available as well.
  • ADHD medication management, if a comprehensive evaluation is documented (see website for details of the criteria and process)
  • Allergy clinic, to continue getting your allergy shots begun by your home allergy doctor Flu vaccine clinics, usually scheduled mid-fall at sites across campus
  • Travel medicine consultation, for students traveling abroad in need of special medications &/or immunizations (additional fee associated with this service)

Administrative support for health related issues:

  • UVM-sponsored insurance
  • Immunization compliance
  • Short-term housing/parking medical accommodations

How to access these services?

  • Call the clinic to make an appointment
  • Call the specific office you need, or call the clinic to direct you to the appropriate unit
  • Send a secure message to your PCP with questions (www.mywellbeing.uvm.edu)

Our goal is to help you be an informed health care consumer, advocate for your own health, be healthy, stay healthy, and be successful here at UVM!

Student Health Services
425 Pearl St. Burlington, VT 05401
Corner of Prospect and Pearl Streets, Ground Floor & Second Floor
Phone: (802) 656-3350
Hours and Locations: See Right >>>

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