If you or someone you know is experiencing a life-threatening illness or serious injury, call 911 or go to your local emergency room.
Caring For Your Urgent and Unexpected Medical Needs
When you wake up not feeling well, have an unexplained rash, get pink eye, crash your bike and need stitches, or twist an ankle, we’re here to help. Our CAT (Campus Acute Treatment) Clinic providers can take care of you the same day you call. We have on-site lab, x-ray, and pharmacy services to diagnose and treat your medical needs. Campus Health is a comprehensive healthcare clinic, and if further follow-up or treatment is needed, we can help you set that up. Taking care of you and your health is our top priority.
We are conveniently located right on campus. Our staff of doctors, nurse practitioners, nurses, and medical assistants are here for you. Here are just some of the reasons patients come to us:
- Upper respiratory issues
- Cold symptoms
- Flu symptoms
- Removal of staples and/or stitches
- COVID-19 testing (symptomatic only)
- Strep testing
- Cyst removal
- IV therapy
- Bike/Skateboard accidents
- And more
Is there anything I can at home to do help with cold/allergy symptoms?
What happens when I go to the CAT Clinic?
A medical provider is on duty to evaluate each patient and medical problems are seen in order of urgency. If necessary, providers will make referrals to an urgent care center or, if appropriate, an emergency room. If the medical problem is not urgent, patients may be asked to return for an appointment or be seen in the order in which they arrived.
Do I need insurance to be seen?
No. Patients do not need health insurance to be seen at Campus Health. We do accept most commercial United Healthcare, Aetna, Cigna, Blue Cross/Blue Shield, and Health Net plans for Primary Care Services. We also offer a Student Discounted Rate if you do not have insurance and/or you have an insurance plan that does not participate with Campus Health. Find out more about fees and insurance.
What happens if you're closed and I need help?
You can call our free medical after-hours line (520) 570-7898 and speak with a medical provider to talk through your options.Find out more about emergency and after-hours options.