Book your appointment online
Student Health & Wellness is still here for you
The Student Health & Wellness Centre is open – telephone and in-person appointments available
Appointments with counsellors, doctors, nurses and the social worker are available.
Students and registered community patients are able to book appointments with members of the Student Health & Wellness Centre healthcare team online, including same-day counsellors, doctors, nurses and our social worker.
Unless an in-person appointment is needed, all appointments will be conducted over the telephone.These appointments can be booked online or by phoning 902-494-2171. Once you book your appointment, a representative from the Student Health & Wellness Centre may reach out to confirm your contact and insurance information
If you require any in-person appointment (available only with physicians and nurses), or if you are unsure whether your appointment can be conducted over the telephone, please call the Student Health & Wellness Centre at 902-494-2171. Patients with in-person appointments will be required to wear a mask or face covering while in the Centre. Please bring your own.
The Centre is not accepting walk-in appointments. Patients who enter the Centre must have a confirmed appointment time.
In-person appointments with a nurse are currently being booked for the following services:
- Routine childhood immunizations
- Immunization forms for health professionals/health profession students
- B12, Testosterone and Depo Provera injections
- TB testing
- Routine STI testing
- Ongoing immunization series
- Ear syringing
- Suture/staple removal
- Dressing changes
And don’t forget about all the health and wellness online and mobile resources available to you!
Dalhousie students and currently registered community patients are able to book appointments online with a select number of doctors, nurses, our social worker (students only) and same-day counselling (students only).
- Dr. Glenn Andrea, Physician
- Dr. Erin Awalt, Physician
- Dr. Jenna Dickson, Physician
- Dr. Sherry Jain, Physician
- Dr. Eunice Kim, Physician
- Dr. Donald MacQuarrie, Physician
- Dr. Amy Mallory, Physician
- Dr. Diarmaid Scully, Physician
- Dr. Jacqueline Stewart, Physician
- Hazel Ling, Social Worker (Mon/Wed/Fri)
- Daily appointments with our nurses (Mon-Sat)
- Same-day counselling appointments (Mon-Sat, Tuesdays @ Sexton Campus)
Can you see a nurse or social worker?
When can I see a nurse?
Wondering if you can see a nurse to address your health concern? Here are some of the common services provided by nurses at the Student Health & Wellness Centre:
- Emergency first aid
- Emergency contraceptive
- Pregnancy testing
- UTI testing
- STI testing
- Assessments for broken bones, sprains, wounds, cold symptoms and sore throat
- Administering flu shots, as well as testosterone, B12, Depo Provera and allergy injections
Please book an appointment with a physician if you are unsure if you should be seen by a nurse.
When can I see a social worker?
Wondering if you can see a social worker to address your health concern? Here are some of the challenges a social worker at the Student Health & Wellness Centre can help you with:
- practical problem solving related to housing, finances, food, school, sleep or stress.
- on and off-campus resource navigation.
If you would like to book your appointment online:
- Create an account (you'll need your health card).
- Submit your appointment request.
- You will receive confirmation of your appointment by email. Your appointment request will be rejected if:
- you have outstanding fees
- you are not a registered Dalhousie or Kings student or community patient
- your request requires more time than a 10-minute visit (medical and nursing)
- If you need to cancel your appointment, you can also do this online by logging into your account. Please note that we require 24 hours' notice of your cancellation, or you will be charged a cancellation fee (medical appointments). We ask that you cancel as soon as possible so that your appointment time can be used for someone else as appointments are in high demand.
- Take a number once you arrive at the Centre and your number will be called to check you in for your appointment.