Health Center for Student Care
The Health Center provides accessible, high-quality medical care for students during their time at Tulane University. Our licensed and board-certified providers treat Tulane students for injuries, illnesses, and acute and chronic medical conditions. They also provide preventive care, health maintenance services and referrals to community providers for specialized care.
Examples of our services include, but are not limited to:
- respiratory illnesses (ex: cold, flu, COVID-19, etc.)
- allergic reactions
- urinary tract infections
- diabetic management
- thyroid care
- blood pressure management
- asthma management
Care for Injuries
- foreign body removal
- wart treatments
- nutrition assessments
- eating concerns and disorders
- allergies and intolerances
- healthy relationships with food
- strep, flu, and mono testing
- pregnancy testing
- rapid HIV testing
- urine testing
The Health Center runs an annual fall campaign to provide no-cost flu shots and flu prevention tips.
- international travel consultations
Sexual & Reproductive Health
- gynecological services
- STI testing
- GYT screening
- transgender/non-binary care
By appointment, the Health Center offers the immunizations needed for students to achieve immunization compliance.
The Health Center will administer allergy immunotherapy injections provided by a specialist.
The Health Center helps connect students with specialist care in the New Orleans community.
Health Center Uptown
Building 92 (corner of Newcomb Place and Willow St.)
Health Center Downtown
127 Elk Place, Room 261
We offer telehealth and in-person appointments Uptown and Downtown. Make an appointment by phone or by logging on to the Patient Portal.
Request a release of your medical records to another healthcare provider, entity or yourself.
LGBTQ+ Inclusive Care
Campus Health is committed to providing caring, high quality and confidential services to our campus community, inclusive of all sexual orientations, romantic orientations, and gender identities.
If you’re sick and not sure what to do, our Nurse Advice Line is here for you.
We can help you make decisions about whether to make an appointment, how to take self-care measures, how to renew prescriptions or answer medication questions and much more.
Call 504-862-8121 and leave a message. A nurse will return your call.
External Healthcare Resources
Always receive the care you need when you need it. Even when we're closed, our local partners are ready and available.
Off-Campus Guide to Health Services
Campus Health maintains a list of primary care physicians and therapists in the local community that are well known for assisting marginalized populations.
24/7 Virtual Urgent Care
Our partners at Tulane University Medical Group (TUMG) will offer on-demand virtual medical visits to treat many common conditions.