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Student Health Services

On-Campus Health Clinic

Dalhousie Student Health Services is committed to providing quality health care and services to promote and enhance students' good health and well-being. The services are easily accessible and geared toward the unique health needs and concerns of students.

Notices for Students

TB Clinic Registration (September 15 and 24)

Evening & Saturday Appointments (New for students only)

Starting September 2015, Students can book a physician appointment up until 7pm every Tuesday with Dr. Amanda Crosby or every 2nd Wednesday with Dr. Jacalynne Hernandez-Lee. Starting September 19th, Saturday appointments will be available once per month from 11am-2pm with Dr. Amanda Crosby.

Extended Nursing Office Hours

Starting in September 2015, our Nursing Office Hours will be 9am-7pm Monday-Thursday and 9am-5:30pm on Fridays

Medical services

  • Family doctors, registered nurses, nurse practitioner, psychiatrists
  • Limited same-day, non-urgent appointments for students
  • Routine medical exams and consultations
  • Prescriptions
  • Immunizations
  • LGBTQ Health
  • Mental health care
  • Spexialist referrals
  • Minor procedures (i.e. stitches and wound care)
  • Urgent matters (i.e. assessment of broken bones)
  • Birth control counselling
  • Emergency contraception (morning-after pill)
  • STI and pregnancy testing
  • Anonymous HIV testing
  • Obstetrical care
  • Psychiatric care
  • Sports medicine
  • Vasectomies

Make an Appointment

To learn more about making an appointment including what to say, types of appointments, availability, fees, and more, visit the Make an Appointment page

Location & Hours

Planning on stopping by Student Health Services? Check the location and hours on each campus.  

Service Fees

Need a Doctor's note? Wondering what the fee for injection is? Visit the service fees page for more information. 

Flu Clinics & Info

Visit our flu page to learn more about mobile clinics, general clinics, and frequently asked questions about the flu.