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Extended Hours (858) 534-3300

Nurses' Clinic

​Mon, Tue, Wed, Fri     8:00 - 11:30 a.m. & 1:00 - 4:00 p.m.

Thu                              9:00 - 11:30 a.m. & 1:00 - 4:00 p.m.


Registered students with UC SHIP or RAFT pay no fee to visit Nurses Clinic. There is a fee for students without UC ​SHIP,as well as eligible Fee-for-Service patients.  See the "Cost of Services" page. 

Some expenses could be: over-the-counter items, vaccines, the cost of the PPD used in TB skin testing, lab or xray fees. Refer to the Cost of Services page for a list of fees.​

Walk-in Services

Nurse with Chart
  • TB Skin Testing - A two step process - PPD placement on the first visit and evaluation of PPD placement site 48-72 hours later at the second visit. Please note: skin test placement is done every day except Thursdays. Skin test reading is done every weekday.​
  • Vaccinations/Immunizations/Titers - (not incoming vaccine requirements - incoming students must request an appointment). Travel-related immunizations also require appointments. Influenza, Hep A & B, Tetanus, Tdap (Pertussis) booster, Measles/Mumps/Rubella, Polio, Hepatitis, Chickenpox, Meningococcal, Rabies, Varicella and HPV vaccine.
  • Ear wax removal - Patients should be evaluated prior to removal, since softening of the wax should be done at home ​before the appointment. Read more about ear wax removal.
  • Forms - required for away rotations, volunteering, etc.

Services by Appointment​

Call 858-246-0477
  • EKGs
  • Audiograms
  • Pulmonary Function tests
  • Travel Nurses/Vaccines
  • Incoming Vaccine Requirements
  • Pregnancy Counseling
  • HPV Vaccines (dose #1 in Winter quarter, not available in Fall quarter)
  • Outside Orders

After Hours Nurse Advice Line!

We have an After Hours Nurse Advice Line available. Any time Student Health Services is closed, you can call our regular telephone number 858-534-3300 and select the option "After Hours Advice" to speak with a registered nurse who will assist you in obtaining the appropriate care.