The mission of the Georgia State University Student Health Clinic is to meet the healthcare needs of Georgia State University students. The goals of the Student Health Clinic are to provide accessible, high quality healthcare to enrolled students and efficiently facilitate enrolling students’ ability to meet immunization requirements. The Student Health Clinic’s primary and urgent care services are provided by a board certified family practice physician, certified nurse practitioners and physician assistants. These services include, but are not limited to, immunizations, physicals, gynecologic exams, sexually transmitted infection (STI) and HIV testing in women and men.
Students are encouraged to utilize the services of the Student Health Clinic and make it an integral part of their university support system. The Student Health Clinic is committed to working with students to create a safe and positive environment that will meet their health care needs.
Director, Student Health Clinic