Student Health Service will have modified hours of operation:
|Wednesday, November 25||9am – 1:30pm|
|Thursday, November 26||Closed|
|Friday, November 27||Closed|
|Saturday, November 28||9am – 11:30am|
If Student Health Service is closed, a Student Health Service provider is available by telephone for medical advice and consultation at 215-746-3535. Treatment for urgent medical illnesses/injuries is available at the Emergency Room of the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania. The Emergency Room is separate from the Student Health Service. Students are responsible for providing insurance information to the Emergency Room and for payment of any charges not covered by insurance.
Student Health Service
Patients are being seen by appointment only at this time. Please call 215-746-3535 to schedule an appointment. Same day appointments are available.
Clinical hours: (In-person Appointments)
8:00am – 4:30pm Monday-Friday / Saturdays 10:00am – 3:30pm
Telehealth: Appointments are available from 8:00am – 5:00pm Monday-Friday
After Hours: There is always an on-call provider available to help you with urgent concerns during evenings and weekends 215-746-3535 (Press Option 3).
Please click here to go to the SHS Portal.
All Wellness services remain fully operational, and have incorporated more telehealth for ultimate student choice and convenience.
The most up to date information on University operations and guidance can be found here: https://wellness.upenn.edu/coronavirus
To continue to keep yourself healthy and well, follow these tips:
Please visit the Campus Health Disease Updates page for more details on coronaviruses.
A protected student is a productive student. Flu vaccines are available for free at Student Health or covered by insurance at any pharmacy. Get your flu vaccine!
|Penn is tobacco free, including vapes and JUULs. To learn more about this important initiative, especially on how Penn students were involved, watch this video. Interested in smoking cessation resources available to Penn students? Look here. To find more information on the dangers of e-cigarettes and vapes (including JUULs), check out the Breathe Well page.|
|There is a national shortage of Yellow Fever vaccine. The only US manufacturer, Sanofi Pasteur, has very tight restrictions on the vaccine supply. Currently, SHS has limited availability of the Yellow Fever vaccine, which will be given in strict accordance with CDC recommendations. Please call to discuss your travel plans should they be to areas where the vaccine is required.|
|Office of the Chaplain
|Weingarten Learning Resources Center
(Reach A Peer,
9pm – 1am)
|VPUL / Student Intervention Services
|Student Health Service