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Welcome to the Student Health Center at Saint Louis University


It's a basic truth - when you feel well physically and mentally, you function well. Unfortunately, things don't always go as smoothly as you would like. Little things (and sometimes big ones) can get in the way of taking care of yourself and doing well. This makes it difficult to do and feel your best.

The Student Health Center and University Counseling Center provide medical treatment, psychological counseling, and outpatient services as well as a variety of educational programs for all Saint Louis University full-time, part-time, and graduate students.


Contact the Student Health Center
Contact the University Counseling Center

We want to help you, whether it is a physical or mental health matter, providing educational programs, or answering your questions about immunizations, required health forms, or health insurance. Follow the links above to learn more. 


Project ARK (Automated Record Keeping) recently launched at Student Health and  Counseling on 2/19/2013. We are currently using electronic health records.  For more information, or to find out about the many patient benefits like MyChart, visit the Project Ark website.

 

More Information or Need an Appointment?
 

For more information about the University Counseling Center, psychological services, psychotherapy, wellness and health promotion, eating disorders, sexual assault, and more, visit the University Counseling Center homepage.

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 Health Alert: Ebola

The Student Heath Center is aware the World Health Organization (WHO) has declared the Ebola outbreak to be an international emergency, but has not classified it as a pandemic. At this time, we believe the Saint Louis University campus community is at a low risk of exposure to the virus; however, we are closely monitoring the WHO, Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and our local state and county health department advisories.

For more information on the Ebola virus disease, visit the WHO or CDC websites or refer to the CDC's Ebola Fact Sheet.

Anyone planning a trip to West Africa or returning from travel in the region should contact the Student Health Center (314) 977-2323.

 

 

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