The Health Services staff provides cost effective primary health care services to currently enrolled students who have paid the California State mandated health fee.

Do you have any nutritional concerns, such as eating disorders, weight, food allergy and/or intolerance, balanced vegetarian or vegan diet, sports & performance issues, eating on the go with limited budget, etc.?

The Student Health Services has a registered dietitian on staff to provide students confidential, individual nutrition counseling on a wide range of nutrition concerns.

During your first appointment, usually takes about an hour, RD will begin with a nutrition assessment, discuss your nutrition needs, develop individual nutrition plans that fit into your lifestyle and achieve your nutritional goals.

If you drop in, RD may or may not be able to see you right away. An appointment is preferred.

Follow up appointments may be necessary pending student’s need.

The services provided to enrolled and health fee paid students include

  • Emergency/first aid treatment

  • Medical care and intervention

  • Nutrition assessment and counseling

  • Nursing assessment and intervention

  • Vital signs screening (blood pressure, temperature, respiration, oxygen saturation)

  • Tuberculin (Mantoux) skin test

  • Finger stick blood sugar check

  • Over the counter (OTC) medication

  • Immunization/Vaccinations at cost

  • Blood Mobile Donation

  • Health related pamphlets and literature

  • Condoms

  • HIV testing and counseling administered by Common Ground Clinic

  • STD/STI screening and referrals to clinics

  • Gynecological services and STD/STI screening (limited) conducted by Westside Family Health Clinic (WFHC)

  • Information on optional student medical and dental insurance. Brochures available at the front counter in Health Services.