Healthcare

Medical Student Acute/Urgent Care Protocol

Urgent care clinical services will be provided at the UF CHC, which is located in the ACC building, 4th floor.

Prior to presenting for care, please contact the office to arrange for a time to be seen. You will be given an appointment with one of several providers and every effort will be made for you to be seen the same day you call. However, depending on provider availability and clinic patient volume, a next working-day appointment may be necessary for late-day contact.

For your convenience we offer a streamlined appointment system manned by our registered nurses. To schedule an appointment, call one of our clinic nurses at either (904) 244-5673 or (904) 244-2573. In the event both of these are busy, we suggest you wait 10-15 minutes and call again. If still busy, or if you do not wish to wait, call our main appointment line at (904) 244-5121 and press 1. In either case it is IMPORTANT that you identify yourself as a UF medical student needing Acute/Urgent Care.

Clinic hours of operation are Monday through Thursday 8am-5pm, and Friday 8am-3:30pm. We are closed for all UF holidays.

Your health insurance company will be billed for the visit, including any ancillary services such as laboratory tests, X-rays, or specialty consult. You will not have any out of pocket expense.

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