We offer a wide range of healthcare services tailored to the specific health needs of Ohio University students. Our doctors are board certified OhioHealth physicians. They work closely with patients to offer personalized and timely care and collaborate, when needed, with external providers.
We are committed to providing respectful and confidential healthcare. We welcome Ohio University students of all backgrounds and lifestyles.
We offer two convenient ways to receive care. On the first floor of our building is our walk-in clinic. No appointment is needed and we provide care for simple, acute illnesses such as colds, flu, ear aches and minor infections. Our primary care offices are on the second floor. An appointment is needed to be seen by a provider and we provide simple, acute care and care for chronic medical conditions. Also located inside our building is The Drugstore at OU.
Patients can communicate with us securely and confidentially on our patient portal. You can also pay bills, request appointments, complete medical forms and more on the portal.
Services at This Location
- Management of chronic medical conditions and acute illnesses and injuries
- Walk-in appointments for simple acute concerns on the first floor
- Scheduled appointments for chronic medical conditions for those who wish to establish with a single provider on the second floor
- Allergy injections for students who have had allergy testing and have their allergy serums
- Contraceptive counseling based on personal health history and goals for contraception
- Eating disorder support to help students whose symptoms are stable but who need support to stay on track
- Tuberculosis testing on Mondays, Tuesdays and Fridays from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m during academic term
- Gynecological care
- HIV testing that's free, anonymous and confidential, plus evidence-based risk reduction
- Imaging services
- Immunizations as required for employment, travel or academic courses
- Laboratory services
- Physical exams
- Physical therapy provided by Ohio University Therapy Associates (OUTA)
- Referrals to appropriate external specialists, when needed
- Testing for sexually transmitted infection (STI)
- Transgender general medical health and annual exams
- ADD/ADHD for previously diagnosed patients
How to Pay Your Bill
We will bill your health insurance company for all medical services provided at OhioHealth Campus Care, whether they are considered in-network or out-of-network. It is your responsibility to provide your medical insurance information and understand your insurance coverage.
You’re responsible for co-pays, co-insurance, deductibles, self-pay and any balance after insurance. You are also responsible for services not covered by your insurance plan.
There are three ways you can pay your bill:
- At your MyOHIO account. Please click on Make a Payment to view and pay your medical charges.
- On the OhioHealth Campus Care Portal.
- At OhioHealth Campus Care or the Office of the Bursar. A copy of the invoice can be obtained from the OhioHealth Campus Care Business Office. We do not mail invoices unless requested by the student.
Arrive 15 minutes before your scheduled appointment to allow time for any updates to patient files and other necessary paperwork.
If you must cancel your appointment, we’ll be happy to reschedule at a more convenient time. Please provide 24 hours' notice, so we can make the time available to other patients.
What to bring to your appointment:
- Photo ID
- Current insurance card
- Copayment, if required
- Tests results or imaging that your care team has requested
- Past medical records you feel are applicable to your health
- If you have Medicare, your pharmacy insurance drug card
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