Wright State Physicians Student Health Services is the source for primary health care and wellness services for Wright State University students. We provide acute and primary care services, promote health awareness, education about preventive care, disease management, and therapeutic choices. We help students develop skills to manage their own health.
Wright State students do not have to be established patients or have health insurance to receive the COVID-19 vaccine or boosters from Wright State Physicians. Call 937.245.7200 to schedule an appointment or visit our COVID-19 information page for more details.
Currently, we are unable to accept walk-in appointments due to COVID-19. To make an appointment call 937.245.7200 or make a request through the patient portal. If calling, please indicate you are a Wright State University student scheduling with the student health clinic.
What to bring to your appointment:
- A physical copy of insurance card
- Your Wright1 Card
LOCATION AND HOURS
We have moved to the Wright State Physicians Health Center, 725 University Boulevard (next to the Wright State University soccer complex)
Monday–Friday, 8:30 a.m.–5 p.m.
(closed for lunch from noon–1 p.m.)
The services provided at Student Health Services are comparable to those offered at a family practice setting. All professionals are certified, licensed, or registered in their respective fields. In addition to functioning as caregivers and administrators of treatment, the Student Health Services staff strive to be educators and promote prevention and wellness.
- Treatment of minor/ acute illnesses and injuries
- Chronic Disease Management
- Suture removal
- Birth Control
- Prescription Refills
- Vaccinations & Tuberculosis testing
- Mono Spots
- Urinary Tract Infections
- Strep screens
- Glucose & Hemoglobin A1C
- Urine Drug Screen
- Blood Pressure
The following are available by appointment only:
- Allergy shots
- Female exams and pap smears
Meeting with a physician is available by appointment only.
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