Health Services

The Health Services office provides on campus healthcare to undergraduate students of the College community. This office is also responsible for compliance with the NY State immunization requirements for new students. 

Face masks are required for all visitors to the Health Services office.

Health Alerts:

Monkeypox
Read more about the on NYC Department of Health page.

Services Provided:

  • Diagnosis and treatment of minor episodic illnesses
  • First aid for minor injuries
  • Health clearances as required for participation in school related activities or internships
  • Blood pressure checkup
  • Vision screening
  • STI testing: option for male or female provider
  • Annual flu vaccine clinics
  • Diagnostic testing: in office lab screenings, outside labs services billed to students’ health insurance
  • Referrals to local medical specialists
  • Individual referrals to counseling for mental health, alcohol and other drug counseling.
  • Assistance with compliance with required Student Health Forms

COVID-19 Information 

For health and safety information related to the COVID-19 pandemic, visit the College's One Manhattan website, which is updated as needed throughout the year. Health Services provides COVID-19 testing for students experiencing symptoms or those who have been exposed to a person with COVID 19. 

Visiting the Health Services office

The Health Services office provides students with care for common minor illnesses and injuries. For serious or prolonged illnesses or injuries, students are referred off campus to a local hospital or private physician, private medical provider or urgent care.

Visits are available by appointment. In most cases students are evaluated on the same day or within 24 hours. Urgent concerns may be triaged off campus.

Please note: face masks are required for anyone visiting the Health Services office.

After Hours

For information about medical needs outside 9 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., visit this page:

After Hours Urgent Care

Emergencies

Experiencing an emergency? Please dial 911 or Manhattan College Public Safety at (718) 862-7333.