Convenient. Care. Coverage.
Student Health Services is your on-campus source for primary health care and wellness services. SHS provides acute and primary care services, promotes health awareness, educates students about preventive care, disease management and therapeutic choices, and helps students develop the skills to manage their own health. Located in the Student Union, we offer fast and convenient care with same-day, walk-in service or physician appointments available.
Did You Know...
- That in addition to treating injuries and illness, SHS offers smoking cessation treatment and health education?
- Now accepts many major medical insurances?
- Has a typical wait time of 15 minutes or less to be seen?
- Can consult with your doctor or specialist regarding your care?
- Administers the WSU Immunization policy?
- Administers the WSU Student Health Insurance program?
News & Announcements
Last patient sign-in at the registration desk is 30 minutes prior to clinic closure. Occasionally,we must stop accepting patient sign-ins earlier if the number of students currently registered and waiting exceeds the clinic closing time.
TOBACCO FREE POLICY (to be effective July 1, 2017)
In order to promote a healthy environment in which to work and learn for our students, faculty, staff and visitors, Wright State University, through this policy, designates the Dayton and Lake Campuses as tobacco-free spaces. Need help quitting? Click the link below.
IMPORTANT: STUDENT HEALTH INSURANCE INFORMATION
During the first 3 weeks of each semester of open enrollment, if you need access to your health insurance card, you will need to contact Student Health Services so we can initiate a manual upload of your registration into the plan. Otherwise, United Healthcare Student Resources will not have your membership information until after open enrollment has ended. Stop by the insurance office at 051 Student Union or call 937-775-2331 for further information.
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IMPORTANT Referral Information for Student Health Insurance
The student should use services of Student Health Services first where treatment will be administered or referral issued. Expenses incurred for medical treatment outside of Student Health Services for which no prior approval or referral is obtained will be subject to an additional $350 Deductible. A referral issued by SHS must accompany the claim when submitted. Only one referral is required for each Injury or Sickness per Policy Year. Certain conditions are excluded from the referral requirement. Please see page 29 of the policy brochure for further information.
For information regarding Marketplace Insurance and the Affordable Care Act go to:
- HealthCare.gov - Mid October, CuidadodeSalud.gov - Mid October, Help Line - 24/7 - 1-800-318-2596;
- Other sources for Answers: Walgreens; CVS; American Library Association: Affordable Care Act tools
Raider Cares is Counseling and Wellness Services' 24-hour crisis phone service. The Raider Cares line is staffed by off-site mental health professionals providing emotional support, assistance, crisis intervention and suicide prevention to current Wright State University Students experiencing emotional distress. Call Raider Cares at 855-224-2887 (TTY: 855-327-9151)
United Health Care Student Resources
The website for information regarding Wright State University's Student Injury and Sickness Plan is www.uhcsr.com/wright . Please visit to view and print plan materials.
United Healthcare Student Resources insureds have online access to claims status, EOB's, correspondence and coverage information via MyAccount at www.uhcsr.com/wright. Insureds can also print a temporary ID card, request a replacement ID card and locate network providers from MyAccount.
Identification Requirement for Clinic Visits
Effective immediately to be seen in the Student Health Services Clinic, you must present your Wright1 Card for identification purposes.
SHS is closely monitoring Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) information on the Ebola virus outbreak in West Africa and the reported case in Texas, and is following the recommendations from the CDC, World Health Organization, and the American College of Health Association.
The risk of exposure to Ebola in the United States or at Wright State is very low.
"There is very little risk of Ebola exposure in the United States," said Leatha Ross, director of student health services at Wright State. "At the campus level, we feel it's best to monitor the situation and be prepared, but we do not feel there's any reason for the Wright State community to be alarmed."
At this time, the CDC has recommended no additional monitoring, but does recommend postponing unnecessary education-related travel. Wright State officials will continue to monitor the latest information from the CDC and take action when necessary.
For more information:
- Visit http://www.wright.edu/ebola for more information about Ebola from the CDC and answers for frequently asked questions about Ebola at Wright State.
- Visit the CDC's website for the latest information about Ebola: http://www.cdc.gov/vhf/ebola/
- View CDC information regarding Ebola symptoms: http://www.cdc.gov/ebola/symptoms/index.html
- Read the CDC's advice for colleges, universities, and students about Ebola: http://wwwnc.cdc.gov/travel/page/advice-for-colleges-universities-and-students-about-ebola-in-west-africa