Student Health Services
The Student Health Clinic is a primary health facility that serves actively enrolled UWF Students. Our caring team of professionals are available to serve students when they need medical care or advice.
What Brings You In Today?
Make an Appointment
We are a primary care clinic. Care includes women’s health, STI testing/treatment, diagnosis and treatment of minor illnesses and injuries, health education and prevention. To make an appointment call our office at 850.474.2172, option 1.Make An Appointment
In compliance with Florida Statute (1006.69) and Florida Board of Governors Regulations (6.001 & 6.007), requires the completed UWF Mandatory Immunization Health History Form to be completed as a prerequisite to matriculation or registration.
We have multiple resources and healthy practices to educate students on keeping themselves healthy on campus, including online screenings that determine if you or someone you love might need to be connected with a doctor or mental health professional.
Important Phone Numbers
Call 911 off campus for an ambulance for assistance during a life-threatening emergency. For an ambulance while on campus, call UWF Police at 850.474.2415. The police can stay with you and direct the ambulance to your location.
Use the Student Health Clinic to Be Well and Stay Well
Studies show students who attend to their healthcare needs are more likely to meet their educational goals.
For students, there is no charge to be seen by one of our providers. However, there are fees associated with lab work or testing services. Visit our Costs and Billings page to review estimated costs.
The Student Health Clinic offers the following immunizations at a reduced cost for students: MMR (Measles, Mumps and Rubella), Hepatitis B (3shot series), Tap (tetanus, diphtheria, pertussis) and Flu vaccine.
The Florida Department of Health is responding to an outbreak of meningococcal disease (meningitis) in Florida. With college/university students being at risk, students who have not been vaccinated with a meningococcal conjugate (MenACWY) or have received their vaccine more than 5 years ago are strongly encouraged to get vaccinated.