Student Health Services
One of the benefits of the partnership between USF Sarasota-Manatee campus and New College of Florida is that current students of both campuses have access to a variety of medical care services at the Sarasota-Manatee campus. Medical Services are currently offered by video consultation. Appointments should be scheduled by calling (941) 487-4254. To receive services, students must be registered for the semester and physically located in the state of Florida.
Services We Offer
We strive to provide top-notch care to our students and education about a healthy lifestyle through a range of medical services including: primary care, sexual health & gynecology services, psychiatry, vaccinations, allergy shots, COVID screening and community referrals. Registered students in the state of Florida can receive initial diagnosis, treatment and follow-up care for a variety of illnesses.
Beyond the CWC
Should your needs fall outside of our scope of services, such as dermatology, nutrition, or orthopedic needs, we may recommend seeing a specialist. Many times, specialty services can be accessed through video consultations with the Tampa campus or appropriate community referral for further treatment.
Medical services are available with a medical practitioner on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. The last scheduled appointments are made for no later than 4:30 p.m. each day. Appointments are typically offered every 15-30 minutes, and should be scheduled in advance. Same day appointments may be available; it is best to call in the morning.
General Medical office visits are included with tuition at no out of pocket cost. COVID-19 screening is currently offered at no cost. Specialty services such as gynecological visits, sexual health, psychiatry, vaccinations, allergy shots and other services can be billed to insurance or offered at student rates. For specific cost information or to make an appointment, call us at (941) 487-4254.
Please be aware that we are not available after hours. If you or someone you know has a medical emergency after hours, please contact the campus police or 911 immediately.