We know your health is important during the semester, and you want a doctor’s office that you can trust with your healthcare needs. You’ll be glad to know that WVU Medicine is the provider of medical health services for WVU students. Walk-ins are welcome, but appointments are requested for some services.
The Clinic is open six days per week:
• Monday — Friday from 7:45 am – 8 pm
• Saturday from 9:45 am – 4 pm
• Sunday CLOSED
For Urgent Care needs outside of Student Health Hours, WVU Urgent Care – Suncrest is open every day from 8 am — 8pm. For emergency (life-threatening) issues at any time, students are advised to go to the nearest hospital emergency room.
For your convenience, get your prescriptions filled right next-door at the Mountaineer Pharmacy.
Pharmacy hours of operation are:
- Monday to Saturday – 8 am to 8 pm
- Sunday – 10 am to 6 pm
Student Health Services is located at the new Health and Education Building across from the Student Rec Center with convenient on-site parking and easy PRT access. Mountain Line bus stops are located nearby at Towers and Evansdale Crossing. You can also use the Google Maps feature to the right.
We have a physician on-site at all times and most commercial insurances are accepted with co-pay due at the time of service. There is a self-pay option available with deposit at the time of service
We treat patients for: Minor illness
- Urinary tract infections
- Yeast infections
- Ear infections
- Minor lacerationsminor burns
- minor fractures or dislocations
We also offer vaccinations, on-site X-ray, and lab services such as:
- Urine testing
- Pregnancy testing
- Rapid strep
- Rapid flu
Appointments are required for these services:
- Primary care
- Women’s health
- Allergy injections
NEW! Returning gynecology patients can now schedule their appointments using MyWVUChart.
Students can access MyWVUChart, a free, easy, and secure way to view your health information and communicate with your healthcare team. All you need is Internet access and e-mail.
Not Appropriate for Student Health:
Serious situations, such as a stroke, heart attack, severe bleeding, head injury or other major trauma, go straight to the nearest emergency room. Other critical conditions include severe abdominal pain; sudden dizziness, weakness, or loss of coordination or balance; sudden blurred vision or loss of vision; deep cuts or bleeding that won’t stop; and loss of consciousness.