Welcome to the Student Health Center!
Student Health Center is offering both in-person and telehealth/phone visits. We are NOT accepting walking-ins at this time. In an effort to enhance safety and social distancing, we ask that you speak to a staff member before coming to the Health Center to determine what service you require. After scheduling an appointment, on the MyPatient Portal, a staff member will contact you by phone. Please answer your phone.
- We are not accepting walk-ins at this time. Learn more about patient eligibility.
- If you have symptoms of coronavirus or had contact with a confirmed or suspected case of coronavirus, you may be tested at the Student Health Center. There is no charge for this testing. View available testing times and detailed instructions >
- After hours, please call the COVID-19 public information numbers, 833.556.2476 and 877.857.2945, or Shelby County Health Department COVID-19 Call Center at 833.943.1658.
The Counseling Center is currently offering consultation via telehealth for students in lieu of in-person sessions. If you need to speak with a counselor or need crisis assistance, please call 901.678.2068 or 901.504.6442 during business hours (8:00 am - 4:30 pm)
Learn more about telehealth.
If you are experiencing a crisis emergency after hours please call 901-678-HELP (4357).
We also wanted to encourage everyone to practice self care during this time. Please consider checking out other virtual resources on our resource page.
The mission of the University of Memphis Student Health Center (SHS) is: to empower students to make informed healthy choices and to take responsibility for a goal of lifelong wellness; to provide personalized health services, education and disease prevention to a diverse student population; and to enhance academic achievement, personal growth, and out of the classroom learning.
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- Prevention and Protection Tips
- Flu Information
- Affordable Care Act (ACA) - Information for Students
- Appointment Scheduling - New
- Flu Shots
- HIV Resources
- Student Insurance Information
- Support for Nursing Mothers
- Tiger Cookbook
- Zika Virus Information
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