Be Well Services
Student Health Services is here to help you Be Well and Stay Well. We prioritize your health so you can enjoy the journey to academic success.
Our Clinic Offers the Following Services:
Diagnosis and treatment of minor illness and injury
Minor injuries, including muscle strain or sprain. Our providers can evaluate a laceration to determine whether sutures are needed. Depending on the size/severity, we may be able to provide sutures. We also remove sutures and staples.
Minor illnesses involving UTI, URI, pharyngitis, skin rashes or sores, headache, mild asthma, conjunctivitis, otitis media/externa (ear pain), cellulitis, mono, flu, covid, mild gastroenteritis (n/v/d) and GERD can be cared for through our office.
Immunizations at a reduced cost for all UWF students: MMR (measles, mumps, rubella), Hepatitis B (3 shot series), Tdap (tetanus/diphtheria, pertussis), and Flu vaccine.
Laboratory Testing and Procedures
Laboratory Testing is available to help determine if additional care is needed. Labs will be drawn from 9 a.m.–2 p.m. Monday–Friday. Please allow two to five business days for your results. When you call for results, please be advised that we will require you to provide your Student ID number in order to verify your identity and protect your privacy.
Annual physicals, nursing school, athletics programs, training, CLS or ROTC.
Testing and treatment for most STDs. However, cases involving treatment for HIV and syphilis are referred to the Escambia County Health Department.
Women's health services, including well-woman exam visits, contraception, pap smears testing and treatment for sexually transmitted infections.