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University Health Services located at Case Western Reserve University is a source for primary care, preventative care and occupational health. All students receive primary care through the Health Service. You can and should see the same clinician every time you come so you develop a relationship with a clinician who knows you and your health needs. You do not get charged any fee for visits at the Health Service; this is covered by a health fee billed to you each semester. Students will be responsible for the fees outside expenses such as laboratory fees and pathology.
Students are seen for infections, injuries, anxiety and depression, routine women's exams, sexually transmitted infection screening, etc. To see what is available, visit University Health Services.
To schedule a time to be seen, you may call (216) 368-4539 or you can make your own appointment online.
University Health Services uses MyHealthConnect (Open Communicator) to schedule appointments online (UHS only), check immunizations, send secured messages about medical care and concerns. You need to have a CWRU network ID and password to access it.
For advice about exposures to blood borne pathogens (needle sticks), phone (216) 368-7777.
In case of emergency, a nurse, physician and counselor are always on call. (216)-368-2450
University Health Services
Case Western University
2145 Adelbert Rd, Cleveland OH 44106
KSUCPM students need specific immunizations to protect them in their role as healthcare providers. Vaccines also protect the patients they take care of.
All students are required to submit their immunization records to University Health Services whether or not they plan on using University Health Service for their medical needs. If your receive an immunization or TB test from another care provider (other University Health Services) you must fax or mail your record to University Health Services at Case Western Reserve University. (Keep a copy for your records.) Please do not turn your records into the school.
If you have questions about immunizations, phone or e-mail Tim Eppich RN, Director of Nursing:
University Health Services checks students every year for tuberculosis to make sure they don't become infected. How they do this depends on where you grew up, where you've traveled and some additional factors. Most students will start by having a "two step" skin test which the Health Service will administer at KSUCPM. After this first test, you will only need a single test every year.