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.
All students must meet the immunization standards required by the California State University Chancellor.
Students born after January 1, 1957 are required to be immunized for Measles (rubeola) and Rubella (German measles). Immunization for Hepatitis B is required for all first-time freshmen 18 years old or younger. The Hepatitis B vaccine is given in a series of three shots and takes six months to complete.
Students enrolled in a California high school after July 1, 1999 have already satisfied this requirement. If you were not enrolled in a California public high school after July 1, 1999, you must provide verification of prior immunization or receive the immunization by the end of your first quarter. If you're immune because you have had the disease, you may provide proof or have a blood test done. Verification or immunization for Hepatitis B must be completed before the end of your second quarter.
Students will be unable to register for classes until each requirement is met.
Immunizations available at a cost, through the Student Health Center include Measles, Mumps, Rubella, Hepatitis B, Tetanus, Diphtheria, Pertussis, Influenza, Human Papilloma Virus and Meningococcal meningitis vaccines. For the price of a specific vaccine, please contact the health center.
The 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.
The Student Health Center laboratory offers a wide range of tests. Tests that require an outside lab service are provided at a low cost to currently enrolled students.
The Student Health Center does not have X-RAY services on site. Referrals are available.
As part of your health care team, the CSUSB Student Health Center has access to a consulting psychiatrist to support students with psychiatric conditions. The psychiatrist, in conjunction with your personal psychiatrist and counselor, may assist in the treatment of a broad range of conditions including depression, anxiety, bipolar and attention deficit. To obtain a referral to the psychiatrist, please schedule to see a counselor through the Counseling and Psychological Services office (909) 537-5040. The providers at the health center can refer you also.
Additional 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 Student Health Center at (909) 537-5241, for additional information and guidance.