In Student Health Services, emphasis is placed on preventive medicine and on positive health practices which will become a part of each student's lifestyle. Programs designed to assist students in developing values and skills related to achieving a high level of health are presented each semester. Incoming freshmen and transfer students, both resident and commuters, must submit a current Initial Health History and proof of required immunizations prior to entrance.
Student Health offers a broad range of services to our traditional undergraduate students. These services include diagnosis and treatment of illness and minor injuries, physical examinations, immunizations, health education, laboratory testing and Nutritional Wellness Consultations. We are staffed by medical providers, Registered Nurses, and a professional administrative and health education staff.
Students may access either health center for nurse or nurse practitioner visits. There is no cost to the student for provider visits; however, supplemental fees for physical exams, laboratory testing and prescription medications may be assessed. Referrals for a medical specialist and emergency services are also available.
Back Row: Beryl Salvatore, RN - Director of Student Health Services, Laura Barajas - Doheny Medical Office Manager, Jennifer Chin, MD - Medical Director, Patti Graham, RN - Student Health Coordinator, Korina Florcruz, FNP-C - Family Nurse Practitioner
Front Row: Toni Wexler, RN - Student Health Coordinator, Michelle Catipon - Health Education Coordinator, Claire Romillo - Health Education Program Assistant, Gabriela Juarez, RN - Student Health Coordinator
Clinic Hours: 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.Location: Humanities Building, 1st Floor
Phone: (310) 954-4110
Fax: (310) 954-4119
Regular and immediate need appointments may be made with the medical providers or Registered Nurses Monday through Friday during clinic hours.