Effective March 19, 2020, the Student Health Service will no longer provide in-person visits.
To ensure the health and safety of our staff and the University Community, we believe it is in everyone’s best interest to practice social distancing. Our providers will make every effort to accommodate our patients through phone calls, emails, and secure messages. Please do not hesitate to contact us at 412-383-1800 with any questions or concerns you may have.
Our Student Health Service clinicians are now providing telehealth services for our students. You may schedule an appointment by calling 412-383-1800 and leaving a message or contacting any one of our SHS clinicians via secure messaging. Self-scheduling is not available at this time.
Please watch the University’s web site, www.emergency.pitt.edu for news as to when this situation changes and we once again have on-site visits.
We recognize that these are unprecedented times and look forward to seeing you in the future. Be safe!!
NOTE – UNIVERSITY PHARMACY OPERATIONAL CHANGES!
Over the counter items are available for purchase under the same process. We can also make arrangements to have prescriptions transferred to a local pharmacy if more convenient to the customer. Please call us with any questions you may have regarding your prescription services.
We thank you for your service. BE SAFE!!
NEW Prescription Mailing Service!!
CLICK HERE to get more info about the new Prescription Mailing Service.
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STUDENT HEALTH CARES
We are fully accredited by the Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care (AAAHC). Accreditation demonstrates that we have met nationally recognized standards for outpatient health care. Achievement of this recognition supports our commitment to quality health care for our entire student community.
HEALTH ALERT – COVID-19
If you believe you have symptoms indicative of COVID-19 or you believe you have had close contact with someone that has been diagnosed with COVID-19, please call the Student Health Service (412-383-1800) or your primary care provider prior to being seen.
Until you are able to speak with your medical provider, it is best to self-isolate. Do not go to any social gatherings, classes, or work.