University Health Services is an appointment based wellness center.
Appointments are scheduled by calling the Central Appointment Unit at 850-644-4567. Appointments are required for all clinics including the General Medical Clinics, Psychiatric Clinic, Women’s Clinic, and Allergy Clinic.
If you are experiencing life threatening problems, call 911!!
Please remember to bring your FSU-Card and your insurance card with you to your scheduled appointment and show them to the receptionist when you check in.
Please Arrive On Time! Patients should arrive at least 15 minutes prior to routine appointments. Some appointments will require arrival 1 hour prior to the scheduled time. Please refer to appointment reminder information or inquire in the clinic if you are unsure.
If you are unable to make your scheduled appointment, please call 24 hours in advance to cancel.
Please note: Patients who are late will be rescheduled and charged a no-show fee. Those who miss a scheduled appointment will be charged a no-show fee. The fees vary according to clinic and appointment type.
Students being evaluated at the Health Center for medical issues may receive a Verification of Visit, which documents date and time. These do not constitute a medical excuse from work or classes. Documentation of restrictions in physical activity or home care are provided as appropriate. The University Health Services does not provide “class excuses” for routine visits or minor medical issues.
Services and Appointments offered by our General Medical Clinics:
Quality health care for students with illnesses or injuries:
(such as respiratory complaints-colds, flu, asthma, sore throats, etc.- , abdominal complaints, urinary complaints, stomach/GI complaints, headaches, dermatology complaints – acne, rashes, etc.- , and injuries such as back pain, sprains, strains, abrasions). :
(such as minor laceration repair, incision and drainage, wedge resection (ingrown toenails), and minor elective procedures such as excision or punch biopsies).
Short-term hydration purposes:
(more extensive IV therapies, such as Remicade infusions, etc.-will be referred out to other facilities).
(for medical school, nursing school, other universities, employment, camp, international travel, ROTC, athletic, etc.).
(vaccinations such as Influenza, Tetanus, Hepatitis A, etc.)
Referral services to local Hospital Emergency Departments or Medical Specialists:
(for more serious illnesses, injuries, or conditions)