Making An Appointment
Make an appointment by phone by calling us at (626) 585-7244 or in-person in D-105.
Rescheduling or Canceling your Appointment
What to Expect at Your Appointment
Whether it’s your first time visiting the Student Health Center or you’re making a return visit, our staff welcomes every visitor with the same attention and understanding. Remember, we are here to help you, and you shouldn’t hesitate to ask questions. When you stop by for a visit, here are some things to expect:
You should arrive early to fill out a health questionnaire and additional paperwork.
- All of our health professionals are fully licensed. Depending on your health concern,
you will be seen by a:
- Registered nurse or nurse practitioner
- Registered dietitian
HIV testing counselor
We will make every effort to see you at your scheduled time, but in the case that an unexpected emergency may arise, you may have to wait to be seen.
We will spend your appointment time addressing your most important health concerns. To address other concerns, you may need to make multiple appointments.
When you visit the Student Health Center, all of your medical information will remain confidential. Our confidentiality, privacy guidelines, and HIPAA Guidelines all ensure that your information will remain confidential.