Thank you for choosing the UF Student Health Care Center. You may experience minor delays as we transition to a new electronic health record system. We appreciate your patience with us.
If you are not currently registered for classes and/or paying the tuition-included health fee, you may need to pay an optional health fee before you can be seen. Click here to learn more.
With the exception of urgent illness/injury care during regular business hours, CALL FIRST to be seen at the Student Health Care Center. Students presenting for care without an appointment will be offered available time slots on a first come, first-served basis.
YOUR FIRST VISIT
Get your UF ID number and insurance card ready, then call the main number (352-392-1161) or your team or specialty clinic directly.
Register for MyChart/MyUFHealth to request future appointments online, communicate with your doctor, access test results, request prescription refills and more: mychart.shands.org.
TRANSPORTATION: Parking is available but limited. If you are able, taking a bus or shuttle, biking or walking is the best way to reach us.
- RTS BUS ROUTES: Routes 34 and 38 will bring you closest to the SHCC/Infirmary Building at 280 Fletcher Drive.
- GATOR LIFT: Provides on campus transportation to members of the UF community with permanent and temporary disabilities.
- ADDITIONAL UF TRANSIT OPTIONS
- Emergencies: 911
- Urgent medical care advice line: (352) 392-1161
Call your team or specialty clinic directly to avoid a no-show charge.
- You may incur a no-show charge of $25 if you do not arrive on time, are 15 minutes late or do not cancel.
CHARGES, BILLING & INSURANCE
- The UF health fee, a per-credit hour service fee included with tuition, helps cover most office visits at the Student Health Care Center; however, this fee does not cover all possible service charges at the SHCC, including but not limited to physicals, procedures, lab tests, X-rays, medications and medical equipment.
- We recommend reviewing all insurance benefits and exclusions before your first visit. Contact your insurance company and provide them our tax identification name and number (Florida Clinical Practice Association, 591680273) to learn how your policy will work at our facility.
- The SHCC will bill your insurance company for you if you provide all policy information. You are financially responsible for service charges that are not covered by your policy. Click here for more info.
LOCATIONS & HOURS (subject to change during holidays/breaks)
Main Campus: Infirmary Building, 280 Fletcher Drive
- FALL/SPRING: Mon-Fri 8am-5pm; Closed Sat;
Sun 12-4pm (limited services)
- SUMMER: Mon-Fri 8am-4:30pm; Closed Sat-Sun
SHCC@Shands: Health Science Center, Dental Towers, 2nd Floor, Room D2-49
- FALL/SPRING: Mon-Fri 8am-5pm (closed 12-1pm);
- SUMMER: Mon-Fri 8am-4:30pm (closed 12-1pm);
NOTE: Sunday closures for the Summer Semester run May 1 – August 21.
- Monday, Sept. 5: CLOSED (Labor Day)
- Friday, Oct. 14: CLOSED (UF Homecoming)
- Friday, Nov. 11: CLOSED (Veterans Day)
- Wednesday, Nov. 23: SPECIAL HOURS – 8AM-12PM (Thanksgiving)
- Thursday-Sunday, Nov. 24-27: CLOSED (Thanksgiving)
- WINTER BREAK:
- Sunday, Dec. 18: CLOSED
- Monday-Friday, Dec. 19-23: SPECIAL HOURS – 8AM-4:30PM
- Sunday-Monday, Dec. 25-26: CLOSED
- Tuesday-Friday, Dec. 27-30: SPECIAL HOURS – 10AM-2PM
- Sunday-Monday, Jan. 1-2: CLOSED
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: MD & PA Students
All medical and psychiatric physicians at SHCC hold faculty positions in the College of Medicine and, therefore, may have academic and/or clinical teaching responsibilities with medical and physician assistant students. Most of the teaching assignments bring the faculty member into direct contact and academic involvement with only a few students in each class year.
Because of the potential for conflict, medical and physician assistant students presenting for services at the SHCC or the SHCC@Shands satellite clinic will be given the option to see: a faculty member who has not, and will not, have an academic role with them; or a healthcare provider in the community. Costs may be reimbursed by any health insurance the student carries or may require an out-of-pocket expense.
- NOTE: At the beginning of the semester, students enrolled in the UF insurance plan have only this option; however, a referral may be requested for preferred community based providers to assist in claims coverage.