Coleman Hall is closed Thursday Nov. 28 and Fri Nov 29 for Thanksgiving
Campus Center clinic is closed Wednesday, Thursday and Friday
Providers are not available from 12 noon to 1pm.
Monday 7:30am-5pm, Tuesday 7:30am-5pm Wednes. 7:30am-5pm
Flu clinics are over. Flu shots may be obtained from Coleman Hall or CCSH. See our flu page for information about this year's formulation. All staff, faculty and students may receive a FREE flu shot with valid ID. Get your flu shot!
National shortage of TB skin test (TST) solution
Annual skin testing is deferred until solution is in greater supply. New hires will have a blood test done. Individuals with a history of positive skin tests should complete and submit the symptom questionaire. Download the form, complete and submit it by fax or email.
IU Health employees will be seen Coleman Hall for work related injuries, illnesses and exposures ONLY.
If your need is URGENT and the clinic is CLOSED:
Students: visit the closest urgent care center or ER. (see Emergency care under the Student tab)
IUPUI employees: the procedure has changed for employees who sustain an on-the-job injury when IUPUI Campus Health is closed.
Individuals with life-threatening injuries may be seen at IU Health Methodist Hospital Emergency Department.
Employees with less serious injuries are to go to US HealthWorks, located at:
5603 West Raymond Street, Indianapolis ph (317) 241-8266 fax 247-4978
7301 Georgetown Road, Indianapolis ph (317) 875-9584 fax 872-2850
Please contact your supervisor before seeking care at IUHealthWorks or the Emergency Department.
- Biometric screens for all eligible IUPUI employees.
Screenings may be scheduled at Coleman Hall or with your Primary Care Provider.
- Discounts are available for students at both clinics.
The discount page includes clinic charges.
Call IUPUI Campus Health at (317) 274-8214 to make or cancel appointments.
Call Campus Center Student Health at (317) 274-2274.
The mission of IUPUI Campus Health is to provide high quality, low cost health care services to students, faculty, and staff at IUPUI as well as to other appropriate individuals on the IUPUI campus; to provide an educational or training site for healthcare students and residents; and to conduct research or assist other University departments in performing research.
IUPUI Campus Health successfully completed our second review of services by the Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care in June 2011. We are proud to be accredited for the second time for the maximum 3 year period.
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