Medical Services

Get the medical care you need without leaving campus

When you’re juggling classes, homework, and all the other stresses that come with student life, it can be tough to find time to get to your provider’s office.

IUPUI Campus Health can fill in the gaps. We offer a variety of medical services at two convenient campus locations so you can get the care you need to stay well.

You can even access your medical information—like lab results and immunizations—any time using the free and confidential patient portal.

Summer COVID-19 testing

Beginning May 31, students must schedule an appointment with Campus Health for symptomatic testing. These appointments will be held at the Coleman Hall clinic. Asymptomatic testing can be done with at-home kits or at a community testing site. Call 317-278-5600 with any questions.

Women’s health

You can find a women’s health provider you trust at Campus Health.

We can assist you with a wide range of services, including:

  • Annual exams
  • Breast exams
  • Cervical cancer screenings (PAP testing)
  • Contraception advising and prescriptions
  • Bladder infection (UTI) treatment
  • STI counseling and testing
  • Pregnancy testing
  • Vaginitis evaluation
  • HPV vaccinations
  • Emergency contraception

Sexual health

Get the sexual health answers you need in a judgment-free environment. We have many years of experience helping patients with a variety of sexual health concerns, symptoms, and questions. Sexual health is important across all sexual orientations and gender identities. We are here to help ALL students.

Issues we can help you with include:

  • Male sexual health
  • Penile, anal, or vaginal discharge; burning with urination
  • Genital lesions
  • STI testing and treatment
  • Free rapid HIV testing
  • Free pregnancy testing
  • HIV PrEP

STI testing is also available during the school year at our monthly Know Your Status events.

TB testing

All health care students and new international students must get a TB (tuberculosis) test.

If you’ve had the BCG vaccine, you may need to get a blood test rather than the skin test. We can help you determine which one is best for you.

If you’ve had a positive TB test in the past, you must supply us with a chest X-ray completed in the United States and all medical documentation related to your treatment.

Take care of your health

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