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Scheduling with Medical Services

Ready to schedule an appointment with Medical Services? 

  • You can schedule an appointment online through the HealthyHoos patient portal. Login using your Netbadge ID and then click the "Appointments" tab on the portal's navigation bar to get started.
    • We hold same-day and next-day appointments for immediate need that can only be scheduled over the phone. 
    • If you don't see any available appointments within the next few business days and need to be seen, give us a call at (434) 924-5362. 
  • If you’re unsure of appointment type to select on HealthyHoos, you can call at (434) 924-5362 to discuss the medical care you are looking for and schedule the appropriate type of care appointment. 

Plan to arrive in the Medical Services lobby area at least 10 minutes before your scheduled appointment time. Please always bring your student identification card, insurance card, and prescription card (if separate) to your appointment! 

Our clinic is participating in a study with the University of Pittsburgh on alcohol use and sexual health. Students with upcoming appointments in Medical Services are eligible to participate. If you are interested, navigate here to learn more. If you have questions for the study team, you can reach out to Elizabeth Walker at [email protected]. Your SHW care provider will have no access to your study involvement or responses.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is the best way to get to the Student Health and Wellness building for my appointment with Medical Services?

Our building is located at 550 Brandon Ave (right off of Jefferson Park Ave) and is accessible by foot, bike, bus, or car. Our parking garages are located on Monroe Lane, which runs parallel to our building, and patients and visitors should use the P1 parking garage entrance.

Please plan to arrive at least 10 minutes before your scheduled appointment. Medical Services is located on the second floor of the SHW building. Check in with the front desk staff when you arrive. 

When is Student Health and Wellness open?

During the academic year, Student Health and Wellness (SHW) is open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. At all other times, a health care provider is on call and can be reached by calling (434) 297-4261. Summer and break (spring break, summer break, etc.) hours are Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Visit our location and hours page to learn more.

What do I do if there is an emergency?

In an emergency or life-threatening situation, call the Charlottesville-Albemarle Rescue Squad at 911 from any phone on Grounds. Be sure to tell the operator the nature of your emergency. Visit our after hours and emergencies page to learn more.

If SHW is closed and you need to speak to someone about an urgent concern or problem, care providers are always on call at (434) 297-4261.

If I have an urgent medical, or emotional problem and the on-call provider directs me to the Emergency Room, what happens?

You may receive care at the UVA Health Emergency Department. As with other services received outside of Student Health and Wellness, you will be financially responsible for ED services, co-payment or co-insurance that is not covered by your health insurance plan.

Does Medical Services have walk-in appointments?

We encourage you to make an appointment, to make the best use of your time. If you have an urgent need and no appointment, call us at (434) 924-5362 or walk-in to the Medical Services lobby and speak with the front desk staff. We have a triage system whereby you can see or speak with a care provider who will advise you, refer you for same-day care, or suggest a scheduled appointment.

Can I get a medical excuse from Student Health and Wellness?

Student Health and Wellness does not provide “medical excuse notes” to students for absences from classes, labs, studios or exams, or for missed deadlines due to short-term illness, injury, or other clinical appointments. This is consistent with the University of Virginia Honor Code and allows us to dedicate our resources to the care of our patients. This policy is also consistent with the recommendations of the American College Health Association. Learn More.

I just graduated - can I still be seen at Medical Services?

Graduates must conclude their care by the end of the week following their graduation from UVA.

Are there are any student assistance services available for medical charges?

All degree-seeking enrolled students, are eligible to apply for the Hoo Needs Help Emergency Fund. Hoo Needs Help exists to support students who need assistance with unexpected, unforeseen, and unavoidable emergency expenses. These may be expenses related to situations such as accidents, illness, theft, fire damage, food insecurity, or temporary housing needs. Learn more here.