Medical services at the SHCC are available for both routine and acute care.
To contact us, or make an appointment, please stop by our center, or call (503) 838-8313.
All services are confidential, and students who have paid the health fee have access to unlimited appointments.
- The SHCC is open Monday-Friday 9-12pm and 1-5pm. *NOTE: due to COVID and summer term schedules, this may vary. Updated information will be posted on the homepage.
- The SHCC is available to all WOU students registered for one or more credits and have paid the Student Health Fee.
- All clinical services are provided by licensed nurse practitioners and are supported by medical assistants
- Appointments are free! Fees may be assessed for certain services. For a complete list, SEE HERE
- The SHCC offers FREE cold and flu kits (medicine, thermometers, throat lozenges, etc.) to help keep you healthy during the school year! Stop by and pick one up today.
- The SHCC offer FREE condoms too.
*Appointment availability may be subject to center case load and provider schedule availability.
Please call 503-838-8313 or stop by the Student Health & Counseling center.
Reminder: Due to a high volume of missed appointments, we would like to remind our clients that if you do not cancel your appointment, your student account will be charged a “Missed appointment fee” of $50. This applies for both counseling and medical appointments. If you have questions about how to cancel an appointment, please contact our main desk at (503) 838-8313.
Types of medical services offered:
- Treatment of acute injury and illness
- Assist with the management of chronic illness
- Women’s health care: contraceptive counseling, pap smears, breast exams, pregnancy testing and counseling
- STI testing, counseling, and confidential HIV testing
- Limited laboratory testing
- Limited medication dispensing
- Sports and work physicals
- Nutritional Counseling
- Excision and wart removal
- Health Promotion education and programming
OREGON CONTRACEPTIVE CARE (C-CARE)
SHCC is pleased to participate in a publicly funded program called Oregon Contraceptive Care (CCare). This program provides free contraceptive management services, birth control and reproductive health care for those eligible. Most WOU students will qualify and receive this care at no cost. You must have a valid Social Security Number to participate.