Welcome to Health Services
All of Clark University’s matriculated undergraduate students may use Health Services, a primary care outpatient clinic that collaborates with students’ primary care physicians. Clark graduate students may use Health Services on a fee-for-service basis. Under the fee-for-service arrangement, graduate students are billed for each office visit.
Clark University has created a web page with frequently asked questions and resources regarding Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19). If you are a student and you are exhibiting symptoms of COVID-19, please call (do NOT visit) Health Services at 1-508-793-7467.
For a list of typical COVID-19 symptoms, please see the related Frequently Asked Questions on the University’s dedicated COVID-19 web page.
Our Services and Programs
Whenever you have a health concern, make an appointment to meet with Health Services staff to identify the issues and get the information you need to decide on treatment.
Clark Health Services offers these services and programs:
- Diagnosis and treatment of acute and sub-acute episodic illnesses and injuries
- Ongoing and follow-up care of pre-existing chronic conditions such as diabetes, asthma, colitis, etc.
- Diagnostic laboratory testing
- Contraceptive counseling and gynecological services
- Sexually transmitted disease (STD) health education
- Immunization to prevent diseases
- Sports medicine
- Stress reduction
- HIV/AIDS education
- Eating disorders and nutrition counseling
- Smoking cessation
Who provides our clinical services?
Clark Health Services is a contracted service through UMass Memorial Medical Group. Every day, physicians affiliated with the major teaching hospitals in the Worcester area are present in Health Services. Our clinical services are provided by physicians, nurses, nurse practitioners, and support staff.
Besides having access to our professional staff, students are also referred to a number of excellent specialists from an extensive referral network.