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Medical Services

Welcome to Medical Services! While you are at UVA, we encourage you to take advantage of our wide range of clinical care and preventive services, and urge you to take an active role in your health care. We are committed to the health issues that are important to you, and strive to provide high-quality, accessible, inclusive care in a confidential and sensitive manner.

  • All UVA students who pay comprehensive fees with their tuition are eligible for no-cost visits with our providers. Call us at (434) 924-5362 to make an appointment, or schedule online using the HealthyHoos patient portal. If you do not see any available appointments on HealthyHoos within the same day or next business day, please call us. We hold several same-day appointments every day for immediate need that can only be scheduled over the phone.
  • We can help with: I think I have mono. I'd like to get tested for STDs. I may be drinking too much. This rash won't go away. COVID-19. I'm due for my pap smear. I need birth control and may want an IUD. Hurt my hand, thinking I may need stitches. (And much more!)
  • Please always bring your student identification card, insurance card, and prescription card (if separate) when visiting us.
  • Our board-certified teams of doctors, nurse practitioners, and nurses specialize in college health and provide students with a wide variety of outpatient medical services. We take a multi-disciplinary approach to care, which is founded on the principle that professionals working in multiple disciplines can support and empower an individual’s physical and mental well-being more effectively and holistically than one professional alone.
  • Have a follow-up question for us after a visit? Send your provider a message using the HealthyHoos patient portal secure messaging system for non-urgent matters.
  • The Department of Student Health and Wellness (SHW) respects, values, and celebrates all ages, abilities, gender identities or expressions, national origins, races, religions, sexes, and sexual orientations. More information here