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Below are answers to a few of the questions we most frequently receive about the Student Health Center and its services.

If your question isn't answered below, contact the Student Health Center at 412-392-3800 or studenthealth@pointpark.edu.

Yes, providing an accurate and thorough medical record will help staff take better care of you and provide accurate information in case of emergency.
Yes, it is the law in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Read more about the meningitis vaccination requirement. If you need assistance, please contact the Student Health Center at 412-392-3800 or studenthealth@pointpark.edu
Only international students must provide proof of a negative TB test.
Yes, a doctor can sign the immunization form, or you can provide a copy of your immunization record from your physician.
The Student Health Center requires all students to have up to date MMR, Tdap, Varicella, Hepatitis B and Meningitis (if you are living on campus). Please refer to the Student Immunization record for vaccination guidelines, and contact the student health center with questions at 412-392-3800 or studenthealth@pointpark.edu.
No, all we need is a copy of your DD-214.

Hours vary by semester.  Visit the Student Health Center page for more details.

To book an appointment visit Point Park Student Health online scheduling

The Student Health Center is located on the 3rd floor of the Student Center, 330 Boulevard of the Allies.

Mailing Address:

Student Health Center
Point Park University
201 Wood Street
Pittsburgh, PA  15222

Phone: 412-392-3800 

Fax: 412-392-3801

Email: studenthealthcenter@pointpark.edu

The nurse is available for any questions or consultation during office hours. The nurse offers first aid, illness and injury assessment, and over-the-counter medications, as well as education on topics such as wellness promotion, sexual health and disease prevention. The nurse helps coordinate care for students with our partners at UPMC, and even facilitates transporation if needed.

Yes, we have many options available for students to see a provider. 

Please visit the Student Health Center page for more information and to book an online appointment for one of the providers.

Point Park University is aligned with the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center.  UPMC is a top ranked hospital system ranked in Pittsburgh, PA. It is comprised of more than 40 hospitals and 700 clinical locations.
No, medical appointment are free, but any additional tests, X-rays or prescriptions must be paid for by the student.  Cost is based upon the student's insurance.

No.

In order for a parent or caregiver to receive health information about a student, the student must sign a release for information to be released to a parent. The student can come into the Student Health Center and fill out the appropriate form for release of information to the parent.