Health Services

Health Services

Health Services is closed when the University is closed. 

Health Services is located at 501 Park Avenue
Phone - 508-793-7467 Fax - 508-751-5947
Open: Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

There are no medical services during the summer or school vacations. There are limited administrative hours during the summer and school vacations. View a map showing the location of Health Services.

Health Services is a contracted service through UMass Memorial Medical Group.  As a primary care setting, Clark University Health Services provides acute illness care, gynecological and contraceptive services, as well as health counseling and education. The professional Health Services staff includes nurse practitioners, registered nurses and part-time physicians. Students are also referred to a number of excellent specialists from an extensive referral network.

By law, Clark cannot release information about your health or health records without your authorization—even to your parents. Please be sure to give Health Services your permission each time before your parents call us.

Whenever you have a health-related problem, an appointment with the Health Services staff will help you identify the problem and give you the information needed for you to make the best choice for treatment. Clark Health Services also provides information for international students as well as information about insurance and health forms.

What is the Clark University Health Service and how does it work?

The Clark University Health Service is a primary care outpatient clinic who will collaborate with your primary care physician offering a variety of services and programs including:

  • Diagnosis and treatment of acute and sub-acute episodic illnesses and injuries
  • Ongoing and follow-up care of pre-existing chronic conditions such as diabetes, asthma, colitis, etc.
  • Diagnostic laboratory testing
  • Contraceptive counseling and gynecological services
  • Sexually transmitted disease (STD) health education
  • Immunization to prevent diseases
  • Sports medicine
  • Stress reduction
  • HIV/AIDS education
  • Eating disorders
  • Basic nutrition advice
  • Smoking cessation

Clinical Services are provided by nurses, nurse practitioners, physicians and support staff. Physicians affiliated with the major teaching hospitals in the Worcester area are present in the Health Service every day.

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