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Student Health Link
SECURE MESSAGING: This service is mostly for University Health Services staff to contact you about confidential medical information such as lab results. Students can use it to send us messages about routine administrative questions (such as about health holds) or medication refill requests (for which you have been seen here for previously). It is not to be used for medical advice or to replace a medical visit.
As this is a new service, we would like any feedback so we can tailor it to make on-campus medical care as available as possible. Please use the secure messaging option to provide us with any suggestions or comments.
APPOINTMENT SCHEDULING (if not working, please call us during our normal business hours, 8 AM to 5 PM, at 860-832-1925, option 1.)
- Please refer to the instructions linked above for details.
- Self-scheduling should only be used for non-emergent problems.
- If you are experiencing a medical emergency, please call 911. If it is not an emergency but you need immediate medical advice when University Health Services is closed, please call your own primary care provider's office and ask to speak to the provider on-call. Many insurance companies now also supply 24-hour nurse advice lines. Please check your insurance company's website to see if yours offers this option.
Initially, we are limiting the types and times of self-scheduled appointments until we work out the kinks in the system. Appointments can be self-scheduled for the 16 reasons listed below and only in the morning for now. For other problems, please call us to schedule an appointment during our normal business hours, 8 AM to 5 PM, at 860-832-1925, option 1. Please note that there is a charge for immunizations, some tests, and medications we dispense. Please call us for details.
- Cold/Cough/runny nose: If difficulty breathing or fever over 104, call 911 or go to ER. Do not wait for appointment.
- Sore Throat: if unable to swallow or fever >104 call 911 or go to ER directly
- Minor rash or skin problem: If severe pain or fever, call office or go to ER/walk-in if after-hours
- Eating Disorder questions/concerns
- Hepatitis A shot; first shot only: Please call to schedule second or third shots.
- Hepatitis B shot; first shot only
- HPV Immunization (Gardasil)
- Meningitis shot
- Tetanus booster/shot
- Flu shot (available after October 1st): Appointment only with nurse. Call for appointment if you are sick with a fever.
- Birth Control pill; first visit: If you already get birth control from Health Services, please call for refill or follow-up.
- Birth Control pill; periodic recheck: If you have refills still remaining, just call us. You do not need an appointment.
- Emergency Contraception/"morning after pill:" This medicine is available at any pharmacy without a prescription for indivduals over 17 years old. If no appointment is available today, buy the medicine at the pharmacy.
- Pregnancy Test: Do not urinate for at least one hour prior to appointment.
- Sexually Transmitted Infection Screen: Do not urinate for at least one hour prior to appointment.
Appointments and General Information: (860) 832-1925
Fax: (860) 832-2579
Mailing Address: University Health ServicesCentral Connecticut State University1615 Stanley StreetNew Britain, CT 06050