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Women's* Health Services

The Women’s* Health Clinic is an inclusive medical clinic located on the third floor of Campus Health Services. To schedule an appointment, you may:

View the health history forms to complete prior to your visit.

*Please note: We are aware of the historical and current need for medical providers to understand and support women with their health needs. We are also aware that people of all gender identities deserve medical care focused on their needs. Providers in Women's Health are trained in the specific health needs of people who identify as women and/or have a uterus, ovar(ies), cervix, vagina, and/or vulva. Providers throughout Campus Health, including those in women's health, undergo various trainings and professional development opportunities focused on the needs of people with diverse gender identities, and continue to strive to ensure our services make all feel welcome, affirmed and provided the highest quality medical care. Women's* Health Services are open to people of all gender identities.

Women’s* health care is provided by a board-certified OB/GYN physician and two board-certified Nurse Practitioners. Services include comprehensive well woman’s* care and preventative services, as well as problem visits. Our typical appointments include:

For more information about our services, sexual health information, and our typical appointments, see the right sidebar.

The student health fee covers most gynecological services. There may be additional charges for labs, procedures, treatments, and obstetrical care. 

If you are coming for a first time visit for a well-woman's exam or prescription contraception, please go to the Women's* Health Tutorial.

If you are interested in learning more about how to talk to your partner about sexual health, make a free appointment with Student Wellness as an individual, partnership, or group to discuss sexual health & wellness needs. These appointments include the ability to ask general questions about sexual health and wellness, questions about sexually transmitted infections, contraceptive counseling, and skills for conversations about sexual wellness.