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There is NO emergency room facility in the University Health Center.  In the event of a life-threatening emergency call (540) 568-6911 from on-campus or 911 from off campus.

The UHC will be closed on May 5 so our staff can assist the Virginia Department of Health with vaccination clinics. The pharmacy will be open 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

The Well will be closed 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Thursday, May 6.

Need vaccine? Learn how to get your shot at Vaccinate.Virginia.gov or call 1-877-VAX-IN-VA. VaccineFinder is another option both in or outside of Virginia.

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What is MyJMUChart (formerly MyJMUHealth)?

A secure online patient portal which gives students the ability to receive secure messages from the University Health Center, schedule or cancel appointments, access receipts and enter their medical and immunization history. We've changed the name since many medical facilities and offices use MyChart as the name of their patient portals; this will help students make the connection after graduation.

To schedule an appointment:

During the school year:

First, determine which clinic best suits your needs.

  • Respiratory Clinic: For upper respiratory/COVID-19 symptoms such as fever, sore throat, headache, body aches, loss of the sense of taste or smell. This clinic cannot be scheduled online. Please call 540-568-6178 to speak with a nurse prior to scheduling an appointment.
  • COVID-19 Testing Clinic: For individuals with NO symptoms who want to be tested for COVID-19. This may be due to being a close contact, worried due to possibly being a contact, or testing prior to travel. This clinic cannot be scheduled online. Please call 540-568-6178 to schedule an appointment
  • General Medicine: For a variety of general medical concerns including eye and ear problems, headache, abdominal pain, chest pain and skin conditions
  • Telemedicine: For general medical concerns such as eye complaints, pain, mild injuries, anxiety, depression or other medical concerns that may be amenable to a discussion with a medical provider. This may be scheduled on-line.
  • Women's Health: Provides evaluation and treatment for various medical concerns specific to females. Urinary Tract Infections without other symptoms may be seen in Urgent Care. STI testing without symptoms should be scheduled through the Nurse Clinic (see below). 
  • Nurse Clinic: Allergy shots, TB tests, STI testing if you have no symptoms or you are not aware of coming in contact with an STI, Travel Clinic, stiches/staple removal, pregnancy tests, vaccinations
  • Sexual Health Coaching: Sexual Health Coaching is an individual, non-judgmental session to discuss sexual health concerns and develop goals for achieving a positive and healthy sex life.
  • Substance Abuse: Reflections is an early-intervention program designed to help students explore their expectations around alcohol or cannabis as well as the potential risks.
  • Nutrition Counseling: Includes an assessment, discussion on nutrition recommendations and help developing a plan to achieve your nutrition goals

Then, log-in to MyJMUChart (two-step process) to schedule your appointment.

If you have difficulty scheduling online, you may call 540-568-6178.

Not sure if you need an appointment?  You have options:


Rescheduling and Canceling Appointments

Appointments scheduled online can be rescheduled or canceled online.  Please provide at least a one-hour cancellation notice.

For appointments scheduled over the phone, call 540-568-6178 to reschedule or cancel.  Please provide at least a one-hour cancellation notice.

There is a $25 fine for those who are late, do not show or do not provide the required cancellation notice.

**If the University is closed or delayed due to inclement weather, we will be on the University's schedule. If you have an appointment during that time, please reschedule using MyJMUHealth or when the university opens call (540) 568-6178 option 2.**


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