EVMS Student Health Clinic extends our welcome to both new and returning students.

As a student, care is provided for you for acute and ongoing health problems. These services are provided by our practice in exchange for the annual payment of your student health fee. The student health fee is separate from any cost related to your major medical insurance and the service is extended to all students regardless of insurance carrier.

The clinic offers comprehensive health and wellness services, including mental health, all in one location on campus. The clinic’s medical director is a physician dedicated to student services and not involved in student education or training.

Be sure to sign up for FollowMyHealth. With this secure online patient portal, you will have 24-hour access to your medical information, lab results and can request prescription refills or send and receive online messages from your healthcare team.

How the program works

Students with acute or chronic illness should call the EVMS Student Health Line (757.446.5700) to make an appointment. The clinic is located on the fourth floor of Andrews Hall, and students will be seen in a private and confidential space.

Please note: No Student Health provider is involved in any aspect of EVMS students’ education.
Specialist services are not covered by Student Health. Referrals will be made in consideration of the student’s health insurance plan and the extent to which the specialist may be involved in the student’s education.

How to see a Student Health provider

1. Contact the office directly through the EVMS Student Health Line: 757.446.5700.
2. Provide all major medical health insurance carrier information.

If you have questions about EVMS Student Health, please email gfmstudenthealth@evms.edu.

Information about EVMS Student Mental Health services can also be obtained at 757.446.5700.

What Student Health covers

  • Office visits for the treatment of acute routine and chronic illness
  • Residency pre-employment exams (Please schedule at least one month in advance.)
  • Periodic health exams such as gynecology exams (Please note: Charges related to the office visit for gynecology exams will be covered under the Student Health fee and the charges relating to the lab services for the gynecology exam will be filed to the student’s major medical insurance. The student will be responsible for any amount the insurance does not cover.)
  • Tuberculin skin testing
  • Allergy injections (Antigen is supplied by the student.)
  • Various immunizations 
  • Various laboratory tests 
  • Chest X-rays following PPD conversion

What's not covered

  • Pre-matriculation health requirements
  • Hospitalization
  • Maternity care
  • Medical school entrance physical
  • Services for spouses/partners and dependents

These listings refer to your coverage at the EVMS Student Health Clinic. Check your health insurance policy for complete coverage information.

For a full list of covered labs and immunizations, visit Student Affairs on myPortal (login required).

Blood/body fluid exposures

Students who have a blood/body fluid exposure (e.g., needlestick, scalpel cut, splash to eyes, nose, mouth or to non-intact skin) should immediately wash the wound or skin site with soap and water. Mucous membranes should be flushed thoroughly with water. The student should then contact Occupational Health at 757.446.5870 or page 757.584.0550 during business hours and the EVMS Exposure Pager at 757.669.1157 during evenings, nights or weekends. The exposure should also be reported as soon as possible to the supervising clinician.

Occupational Health

Occupational Health is located in Andrews Hall, Suite 273. The Occupational Health staff review student health documentation prior to matriculation to ensure that the student meets Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommendations for immunizations and tuberculosis (TB) surveillance. Services performed in Occupational Health for current students include:

  • Annual TB Surveillance or TST (PPD) administration
  • Flu vaccination
  • Other vaccines and laboratory titers, if indicated
  • Medical clearance for fit testing
  • Review/signature of medical forms for clinical rotations

You may request copies of your immunization records by emailing Occupational Health at occhealth@evms.edu or calling 757.446.5870.

Student Health Clinic site

The Student Health Clinic is located on the fourth floor of Andrews Hall. Students will be seen in a private and confidential space. The hours of operation are 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.


You will see a physician, physician assistant or other provider not involved in any aspect of your education.

No, you will not need a referral for any service outside EVMS. If you have another insurance provider, please check your plan.

Yes, you will need a referral for lab work no matter where it is done.

No, any EVMS student can be seen at EVMS Student Health and receive any of the covered labs or services that are listed here or on myPortal.

Services not listed here or on myPortal will be billed to your major medical insurance. Students are responsible for paying any remaining balances. Please talk with your Student Health provider about the fee coverage of their recommended services prior to testing or treatment. 

If you have questions or problems regarding your EVMS Student Health plan, directions, etc., you may contact:

 Please remember that email is not confidential and all urgent care medical issues should be called into the clinic for assistance.

If you have any questions or problems regarding your EVMS Student Health Insurance, you may contact Tina Points, EVMS Human Resources at 757.446.6043 or PointsCM@evms.edu. Information can also be located on the .