If you have any symptoms or recent exposure to COVID-19 please either proceed to screening tent (Information here) or call the clinic for advice. Starting April 1, 2020. The University Clinic will be available to patients by phone only. Walk-ins are no longer authorized.
From 0715-1530 call 301-295-3630
From 1530-0715 call 301-312-7241
About the Clinic
The University Family Health Center (UFHC) Mission is:
To deliver comprehensive, family-centered, accessible healthcare to all eligible beneficiaries and to support the USU mission of training the Finest Military Providers by ensuring continuous medical readiness.
The UFHC is a TRICARE PRIME clinic but is by invitation only (meaning all enrollments must be done through the clinic) and priority is given to the students enrolled at USU. DoD eligible patients will be seen on a space available basis.
View your personal health information to include lab results, allergy profile, medication profile, problem lists, and office visit information at the following link: Personal Health Information
Developmental Screening: MCHAT Screening
; This screening is done at 18 and 24 months and more often if a parent or provider request it.
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The UFHC’s providers are generally board-certified family physicians in the Department of Family Medicine. In addition several visiting providers such as Family Nurse Practitioners, Dermatologists, Preventive Medicine, and Occupational Medicine providers staff the clinic as well. The nursing staff is led by a Nurse Case Manager who directs a staff of Registered Nurses, Uniformed and Civilian medical technicians as well as ancillary support staff.
The University Family Health Center provides Full Scope Family Care for all ages to include Maternity, Primary Care Sports Medicine, Acupuncture, Minor Procedures, Gynecologic, Infertility, and Contraceptive Care. All referrals are coordinated through WRNMMC.