We're moving January 6, 2020
New location: Wright State Physicians Health Center, 725 University Boulevard (behind the Nutter Center)
Better services for students include access to:
- More doctors and medical specialties.
- Longer office hours and new walk-in appointments.
- Blood draws and physical therapy in the same building
- Free easy parking
- Shuttle service
- Accepting more insurance plans
Convenient. Care. Coverage.
Student Health Services (SHS) 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 SHS accepts many major medical insurances such as Anthem and Aetna?
- There are typically short wait times?
- You can consult with a nurse practitioner or medical doctor?
- SHS administers the Wright State Student Health Insurance program?
Prepare for Your Visit
Effective immediately, to be seen in the Student Health Services Clinic, you must present your Wright1 Card for identification purposes.
The 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.
The flu vaccine is now available at Student Health Services. Come get vaccinated while supplies last. Bring your health insurance card.
"Flu" is short for influenza, a contagious respiratory illness that infects the nose, throat, and lungs. It can make you feel awful. The best way to protect yourself from getting the flu? Get an annual flu shot. You can have the flu for 1 to 4 days before you start feeling sick. This means that you may be able to infect someone else before you even know you have the flu, not just while you are feeling symptoms. The CDC recommends a seasonal influenza vaccination every year for everyone age 6 months and older.
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 students experiencing emotional distress. Call Raider Cares at 855-224-2887 (TTY: 855-327-9151).
Why are we moving?
Student Health Services will become part of the Wright State Physicians (WSP) medical practice to provide better access to care and increase services for Wright State University students. The move is part of the university’s ongoing commitment to improve the physical health of the campus community.
When will the move take place?
Student Health Services will be moving effective January 6, 2020.
Will Student Health Services’ hours of operation remain the same?
As before the move, we will be open Monday-Friday 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. However, we will no longer close from noon to 1 p.m. for lunch in an effort to increase access to care.
Will Student Health Services continue to provide the same services as before?
Yes, we will continue to offer the same services as before, in addition to increased access to specialists at Wright State Physicians, such as dermatology, internal medicine, OB/GYN, and surgery. Please view the Our Services page for more information.
Where will Student Health Services be located?
Effective January 6, 2020, Student Health Services will be located inside the Wright State Physicians Health Center building on campus at 725 University Blvd., Fairborn, OH 45324, next to the Rinzler Student Sports Complex and Lot 2, commonly known as K Lot.
Will transportation be provided to the new location?
Yes, Raider Ride shuttle service will provide rides on campus, with a stop located directly in front of the Wright State Physicians building. Please contact Transportation Services for information regarding bus schedules.
Will I need an appointment for care?
Appointments are only required for physical exams, female exams, and allergy injections. All other services are walk-in.
Which insurance plans will be accepted?
We will continue to accept most major insurances, including the Wright State University—United Health Care Student Resource Plan. Please contact Student Health Services for information about your specific plan.
Is Counseling and Wellness moving too?
The Counseling and Wellness office will remain in 053 Student Union.
Where can I find more information about Wright State Physicians?
To find more information, please visit the Wright State Physicians website.