The Student Health Service provides primary health care to Memorial's students.
Primary care, or family medicine, emphasizes first contact care, health maintenance, primary prevention, and management of common acute and chronic illnesses. It is broad in scope and includes the initial management of any symptom, regardless of organ system, sex
The clinicians working at Student Health have expertise in the diagnosis and management of health concerns common to university students. These include: contraception, sexually transmitted infections, women's health, musculoskeletal injuries, mood disorders, acne, etc.
We are committed to keeping uptodate with the latest developments in medicine, using information technology to ensure best possible patient care. In 2008 we implemented electronic medical records system to improve patient care and office efficiency.
Our senior physicians are associate clinical professors of family medicine, and are involved in teaching medical students and family medicine residents. You may be asked to see a medical resident or medical student when you visit, who is always supervised by an attending family physician.