Medical Services Provided by the Student Health Center - Student Health Center

The Ohlone Student Health Center is your access to quality health care on campus. All students who pay the Student Health Services Fee or BOG Waivers (Financial Aid Students) may use the health center. Most services are included in your health fee, while other services are available at low costs. Medical services are provided on an appointment basis, but walk-in appointments are generally available the same day. All urgent problems are handled immediately.

Primary and Urgent Care

  • Sick, blue smiley face character with a thermometer in its mouth.Nurse practitioner assessment, evaluation, treatment, and prescriptions for minor illnesses and minor injury
  • Physicals
  • Emergency response on campus
  • Physician hours on campus by referral
  • Tuberculosis (TB) testing
  • Lab work
  • Referrals for other medical services
  • HIV Testing

Women's Health Services

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  • Breast exams
  • Family planning services
  • Emergency contraception (the "morning after" pill)
  • Pregnancy testing

Family Planning Services

  • Contraception Counseling and education
  • Emergency contraception (the "morning after" pill)
  • A large variety of condom, lubes, and instructions on usage are available

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Immunizations

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  • Tetanus
  • Flu shot
  • Hepatitis A
  • Hepatitis B
  • Tuberculosis (TB) Testing

Students Rights and Responsibilities

We want you to be an active participant regarding your health care. You have the right to know and understand:

  • Health services policies
  • Names of persons providing services
  • What medicine is recommended and its side effects and risks
  • What tests are being recommended and why
  • The prospects for resolution of your problem
  • How the problem can be prevented in the future
  • How to give your grievances and suggestions to the Health Center

Students also must assume responsibility for his or her own health care. This includes:

  • Being honest about your past medical history and what you expect from each visit
  • Answering questions completely
  • Making sure you understand directions
  • Following the prescribed plan
  • Reporting changes in your health or adverse effects of treatment
  • Knowing your health care provider
  • Keeping scheduled appointments

Referrals

X-ray of a human torso.Referral services information is available for:

  • Washington Hospital
  • Tri Cities Health Center
  • Planned Parenthood
  • Newark Health Clinic
  • Fairmont Hospital
  • Highland Hospital
  • Local Specialty Physicians
  • Women's Health Specialists
  • Local Mental Health providers