Student Health Services

The Student Health Center is located at 17 East 102 nd Street, East Tower, 4th floor, Room D4-246. The Student Health Center provides administrative services to the school to ensure compliance with OSHA, immunizations, tuberculosis screening, and influenza vaccination as mandated by the Health System and New York State. The Student Health Center provides confidential medical evaluation and treatment for all matriculated medical and graduate students, including primary and preventive care, gynecological services, STI screening, tuberculosis surveillance, travel medicine, and acute care. Students may choose to see Student Health physicians for any of the above visit types, or they may seek care with their own primary or subspecialty care physicians.

The staff consists of physicians and a full-time nurse. Students schedule appointments via MyChart. For any difficulties with scheduling, students may call for an appointment (ext. 46023) and Student Health will do its best to accommodate them., For after-hours emergencies, students may be seen in the Mount Sinai Urgent Care Center or the hospital Emergency Department. Students must bring their insurance information for all urgent and emergency visits. Visits will be billed to the student's insurance, but the student remains responsible for any co-payments or for any services not covered by insurance. If the student needs to be admitted, s/he will be given the first available bed on a semiprivate service.

All students must make arrangements to have a comprehensive physical examination performed by their private physician prior to matriculation. All student health forms are available on the enrollment website and must be completed and submitted to the Student Health Center prior to matriculation.

The school may require that a student be seen by our Student Health physicians. Failure to comply with any of the student health requirements may negatively impact the student’s academic standing.

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