About Us

Health and Wellness - For You

Campus Health is committed to promoting the health, wellness, and safety of our University of Arizona community – a mission and common purpose that starts with you. To ensure our patients come first, our medical and behavioral health services meet the highest national standards, and our award-winning health promotion team works hard to improve the wellbeing of our student Wildcats. Campus Health takes pride in delivering high-quality, compassionate care, as we have done since 1918.

Wishing you good health and we look forward to serving you.

Campus Health Executive Summary

 

Our Commitment to Diversity & Inclusion

Campus Health is committed to fostering an inclusive culture that encourages, supports, and celebrates the diverse backgrounds of our employees and the community we serve. Find out more about our Diversity & Inclusion efforts.

Campus Health Makes A Difference

Campus Health is here to help students succeed as a whole person in their college career and beyond. Through our quality and compassionate care, services and programs, and engaging with the campus community as a trusted health education resource, we are committed to supporting all students. View our 2021 Impact Statement here

98%

of students said they would
recommend Campus Health to a friend 1

2 out of 3

students said that Campus Health's medical services made them more likely to stay at The University of Arizona1

63%

of students said that CAPS
helped their overall academic success3

92%

of students rated their overall experience
at Campus Health an 8, 9, or 10 1

140%

increase in hope after using CAPS services3

2 out of 3

students said Campus Health's medical services decreased the number of classes/assignments missed when they were sick1

80%

rated our Pharmacy very good or excellent1

77%

of students said CAPS increased
their overall resilience3

71%

said that Campus Health's services
helped them remain a student
at The University of Arizona2

Nearly Half

of all UA students
have used Campus Health 2

1 Spring 2021 Campus Health Patient Satisfaction Survey (n = 310) |  2 2021 Health & Wellness Survey (n = 4,129) | 3 Spring 2021 CAPS Patient Satisfaction Survey (n=294)

Our Vision

We strive to create a safe, respectful and healthy community for UA students and others we serve through our commitment to high standards of care and our collaboration with community partners.

Our Mission

To promote health, wellness and safety among UA students and the community we serve.

Awards & Recognition

Princeton Review
Named on their "Great Health Services" list, recognizing top health centers that have been standouts on the "Best of" rankings for decades. 

Princeton Review
Ranked #14 for Best Health Services in the country

Association for Professionals in Infection Prevention (APIC)
1st Place in the APIC National Video Contest

Active Minds
Active Minds Healthiest Campus Award

Princeton Review
Ranked #12 for Best Health Services in the country

2019

Princeton Review
Ranked #4 for Best Health Services in the country

2018

Princeton Review
Ranked #2 for Best Health Services in the country

2017

Princeton Review
Ranked #2 for Best Health Services in the country

2016

Princeton Review
Ranked #4 for Best Health Services in the country

Trojan Sexual Health Report Card
6th Place for our sexual health resources

2015

Digital Health Award
Web-based research tool
Merit award for Project 21, our 21st birthday web-based intervention to address high-risk alcohol use on 21st birthdays.

Trojan Sexual Health Report Card
10th Place for our sexual health resources

Princeton Review
Ranked #4 for Best Health Services in the country

2014

Trojan Sexual Health Report Card
4th Place for our sexual health resources

2013

Web Health Award
E-Magazine Category 
3rd place for our Living Wild e-magazine (this emagazine has been developed into a website)

JedCampus Seal
Awarded December 2013
The JedCampus Seal recognizes the UA for its comprehensive mental health promotion and suicide prevention programming.

Trojan Sexual Health Report Card
3rd Place for our sexual health resources

2012

Arizona Public Health Association (AzPHA) Health Education Media Makers Yearly (HEMMY) Award
Student Category
1st place for our “What’s a Colposcopy” Video

Arizona Public Health Association (AzPHA) Health Education Media Makers Yearly (HEMMY) Award
Professional Category
3rd place for our UAZ Campus Health Facebook Page

Arizona Public Health Association (AzPHA) Health Education Media Makers Yearly (HEMMY) Award
Professional Campaign Category
2nd place for LGBTQ Arizona

Trojan Sexual Health Report Card|
7th place for our sexual health resources

2011

Arizona Public Health Association (AzPHA) Health Education Media Makers Yearly (HEMMY) Award
Student Category
1st place for our video series CHTV

Arizona Public Health Association (AzPHA) Health Education Media Makers Yearly (HEMMY) Award
Professional Category
2nd place for our SexTalk Q&A Column

Arizona Public Health Association (AzPHA) Health Education Media Makers Yearly (HEMMY) Award
Professional Category
2nd place for our Red Cup Q&A Column and campaign

2010

Arizona Public Health Association (AzPHA) Health Education Media Makers Yearly (HEMMY) Award
Professional Category
3rd place for our Campus Health Media Online website

Accreditation

The Campus Health Service at The University of Arizona is the first fully accredited college health service in the nation. We were initially accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) in 1978 and have been accredited by the Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care (AAAHC) since 1981. We have successfully completed our 13th consecutive re-accreditation survey which will stand until December 31, 2023.

This every three-year accreditation process begins with the completion of a comprehensive application and is supported during the intervening period by the use of the AAAHC Handbook and other quality improvement tools. The on-site AAAHC accreditation survey team rigorously compares the Campus Health Service level of compliance with nationally recognized standards of practice, which is then documented through a written report and an award of full accreditation.