At this time, only patients with a scheduled appointment are allowed entrance into our main facility. All visitors are being screened prior to entrance for the safety of our patients and medical staff. Please have your One.UF account ready on your mobile device at your time of check-in for screening staff to view your COVID-19 status.

It is imperative that any individuals who believe they may have been exposed to COVID-19 contact the Student Health Care Center at (352) 392-1161 to discuss symptoms with a nurse or medical provider before your visit to ensure proper protective measures are taken to prevent further risk of spread to others.

PLEASE NOTE: SHCC business hours are Mon – Fri 8AM to 5 PM and Sundays 12-4 PM.

Additionally, Telehealth visits and phone triage are also available to assist patients with COVID-19 concerns. If you don’t already have a UFHealth MyChart account, you can register for one and activate it immediately by logging onto mychart.shands.org. Download of the Zoom app is required for Telehealth visits. Please call for additional assistance.


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If you are concerned about flu like symptoms or recent travel, please call the Student Health Care Center at (352) 392-1161 or your care team…

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Getting Ready for your TeleMedicine Visit Register for a MyUFHealth account (If you already have one skip to step 2)If you HAVE an…

Health Tips from SHCC

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What to take for your cough or cold

Suffering from cough or cold? Try these medications/remedies for relief at home.

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FLU PREVENTION

FLU; What to do if you get sick

Most people with the flu have mild illness and do not need medical care or antiviral drugs. Use these tips if you become sick with Flu this season.

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