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Hours of Operation

Monday–Wednesday 7:45 a.m.–4:45 p.m.
Thursday 9 a.m.–4:45 p.m.
Friday 7:45 a.m.–4:45 p.m.

Clinics closed for lunch 11:45 a.m.–12:45 p.m.
Pharmacy closed for lunch noon–1 p.m.

Online scheduling is available or you can call 540-568-6178 for an appointment. The Urgent Care clinic accepts walk-ins for needs such as acute injuries, female UTIs and more.

If JMU is closed or delayed, the UHC will be on the university's schedule. If you have an appointment during the time we're closed, please reschedule using MyJMUChart or by calling 540-568-6178 option 2.

Monkeypox

Since the World Health Organization has identified Monkeypox as a global health emergency, the JMU community should be aware of the role the University Health Center (UHC) can play related to this disease.

The UHC can provide the following services related to Monkeypox.

  1. Any student who is concerned they have Monkeypox or has been exposed  to a known Monkeypox case can be evaluated at the UHC.
  2. The UHC can coordinate testing for Monkeypox through LabCorp.
  3. The UHC can help coordinate any indicated treatment through consultation with the Central Shenandoah Health Department and/or the CDC.

If you have questions related to Monkeypox, visit this excellent resource of FAQs provided by the CDC.

After Hours

Sentara RMH Emergency Dept.
Emergicare
MedExpress
Valley Urgent Care
Velocity Urgent Care

Most insurance providers have 24-hour nurse advice lines; we encourage students to utilize this option if it is available through their insurance.

Emergency

JMU Police Department (for on-campus emergencies): 540-568-6911
For off-campus emergencies: 911

COVID-19 Testing
Antibiotic Stewardship

According to the World Health Organization, antibiotic resistant bacteria is one of the greatest public health threats today.  A major contributor to this problem is inappropriate prescribing of antibiotics. With a goal to practice safe, evidence-based medicine, we are focusing on Antibiotic Stewardship which is choosing the right antibiotic at the right time at the right dose for the right duration.  Learn more from our Antibiotic Stewardship Guide.

Medical Chaperone

The University Health Center is committed to providing a safe, comfortable environment where patients and staff can be confident that best practices are always being followed.

During your visit our health care professional will typically request a private conversation regarding your medical concerns. This consultation will be conducted without a third party present in order to provide you a highly confidential environment for sharing your health concerns. If desired, any patient may have an authorized member of the health care team (chaperone) present during any physical examination or procedure. Trained medical chaperones are available upon patient request. In some situations the University Health Center requires that a medical chaperone be present per the UHC chaperone policy.

If you would like to see a copy of our chaperone policy or have any questions or comments regarding this please contact the Patient Advocate at 540-568-6178.

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