The Student Health Clinic is able to handle many of Georgia State students’ primary healthcare needs. Several of the primary care services are listed below. The clinic also offers a variety of other services, such as women’s healthcare, men’s healthcare, prescriptions, immunizations and testing to ensure their physical well-being.
The clinic provides physicals for the various school programs including: athletic, study abroad, nursing, respiratory therapy and individual physicals. Appointments can be made online or by calling 404-413-1930.
Board certified providers offer comprehensive care to patients with chronic medical problems such as diabetes, asthma or hypertension. Appointments are recommended and can be made online or by calling 404-413-1930.
The clinic is available to take care of acute illness. Board certified providers are able to provide treatment and management of non-life threatening acute illnesses. Appointments are recommended. However, students who are ill and need to see a physician urgently can make appointments online or by calling 404-413-1930. Due to coronavirus precautions, walk-in visits are on hold.
Referrals to Specialists
Sometimes students may need to be referred to a specialist. The Student Health Clinic will refer students to a specialist when needed whether or not they are insured by the university.