The health care providers at the CSUSB Student Health Center are dedicated to providing the highest quality health care to our university students. Our staff consists of primary care physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, a psychiatrist, and nursing staff. Services are designed to promote health and provide support for students as they achieve their academic goals.
Providers and nurses offer a broad range of routine primary care services. Examples of services include cough and flu care, wounds, skin conditions, first aid, injuries, sports physicals, men's health, and women's health.
Reproductive care services include testing for sexually transmitted infections including HIV, pregnancy tests, contraception, and treatment for infections.
If you would like to see a provider, please schedule an appointment by calling (909) 537-5241.
For information about immunization holds, please visit our Immunizations page
The Student Health Center offers students periodic free dental screenings provided by Western University Dental School. Students who are selected will receive free dental work. For more information, call (909) 537-5241.
Vision screening is held quarterly in the Student Health Center by the Optometry Department of Western University School of Health Sciences. CSUSB students may qualify for free or low- cost vision care.
Quest Diagnostics - After seeing provider, pay for labs at front desk. Then during hours walk-in lab is open, let the front desk know you are here for lab work.
The Student Health Center does not offer x-ray services. Patients will be referred to Palm Imaging - 399 East 21st Street, San Bernardino, CA 92404. For an appointment, please call: (909) 882-2266. We do not bill insurance, patients will be responsible for costs associated with these services.
There are counselors available at CSUSB. Please call (909) 537-5040 for appointment or visit Counseling and Psychological Services
Specialty care (such as dermatology, orthopedics, etc) is not available through the Student Health Center. If you are in need of specialty care, please contact your primary doctor through your insurance, for referral to a specialist. If you need to see a specialist and you do not have insurance, please contact the SHC at (909) 537-5241, for additional information and guidance