Medical care at the UF Student Health Care Center
The University of Florida Student Health Care Center (SHCC) is an accredited outpatient clinic staffed by licensed, board-certified health care professionals who provide health and wellness care to UF students primarily by appointment. SHCC staff is comprised of physicians (MDs), physician assistants (PAs), advanced registered nurse practitioners (ARNPs), registered nurses (RNs), health support technicians (HSTs) and many others who pride themselves in helping each student achieve maximum physical and emotional health so that each may participate fully in the educational and personal growth opportunities afforded by the University.
ADDITIONAL CAMPUS HEALTHCARE RESOURCES
Dental care at the UF College of Dentistry
While the SHCC does not currently provide dental health services, care is available through the UF College of Dentistry. Please visit their website or call (352) 273-7950 / (800) 633-3953 for information about available services and pricing.
Eye care at the UF Department of Ophthalmology
While the SHCC does not currently provide eye health services, care is available through the UF Department of Ophthalmology. Please visit their website or call (352) 273-7080 for information about available services and pricing.
Health education at GatorWell Health Promotion Services
PHONE: (352) 273-4450
GatorWell Health Promotion Services, part of the Division of Student Affairs, supports student success by providing relevant and credible health information and programming on alcohol and other drugs; nutrition and eating disorders; interpersonal violence prevention; sexual health; stress, time and sleep management; and tobacco cessation. For more information, please visit their website or call (352) 273-4450.
Mental health care at the UF Counseling and Wellness Center (CWC)
PHONE: (352) 392-1575
As the primary provider of counseling, mental health and psychiatric services for students, the Division of Student Affairs-operated UF Counseling and Wellness Center (CWC) offers individual therapy, groups, couples counseling, consultation, crisis services, outreach, biofeedback and more to help students be maximally effective in their academic pursuits. For more information, please visit their website or call (352) 392-1575.