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It is necessary to have an appointment to be seen at the health center so we can prepare for your arrival and provide you with the best care possible.
Learn how to schedule a sick appointment when you aren’t feeling well.
What to Expect at Your Medical Exam
For routine medical care where appointments can be made in advance. The focus is to identify and treat most common medical illnesses and injuries. Your medical issues are assessed and referrals to medical specialists are made when necessary.
Students can be referred to a specialist by a USC Student Health primary care physician. Our specialized services include the allergy clinic, chiropractic, dermatology and nutrition services. See the Specialty Care and Services section for a full list.
USC Student Health facilities do not have an Emergency Room, please call for an ambulance or paramedic assistance right away. Be prepared to identify your location and situation. Please call 9-1-1 for an emergency.
USC Student Health is here to guide you in obtaining after-hours care when you aren’t feeling well or experiencing a crisis. Please call (213) 740-(WELL) 9355.
Late Appointment Policy
If a student arrives to their medical appointment 10 or more minutes late, the appointment will be cancelled. To reschedule, please visit usc.edu/myshr.
Our facility is fully accredited by the Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care, Inc., staffed by licensed and/or board-certified physicians, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, a dietitian and nurses who will address your needs in a compassionate and confidential manner.