Student Health Services
The St. John's Student Health Services is here to help you obtain an optimal level of well being and take the worry out of wellness. There are Health Centers with Free & Confidential Services available to all students on both the Queens and Staten Island campuses where we generally treat minor illnesses and injuries.
- Need a local health care provider? We can help!
- Not sure how to use your insurance card? Come on in!
- Want more information about a particular health issue? We’ve got it from sources you can trust!
- Time to refill your prescription? We’ll point you to the nearest pharmacy!
- Want to see our doctor? We’ll set up an appointment!
- Feel like you are getting the flu? Don’t wait to see us!
“The Student Health Services staff is so helpful. The nurse saw me and arranged for me to see the doctor right away. They gave me great information and a terrific level of care.” - Jennifer Shindman, 2015, St. John’s College
We always follow the most professional codes of practice including patient confidentiality, privacy, dignity and informed consent. This means, by law, no health information may be released for anyone 18 years of age or older without their consent. The only exception would be in cases of extreme urgency.
All St. John’s University students are required to submit the following THREE Health Forms in order to attend the university.
- Proof of Immunization to Measles-Mumps-Rubella immunizations (NY State Law Requirement for ALL Students)
- Meningitis Form : Proof of Vaccine or Waiver stating you understand the risks of not being vaccinated. (NY State Law Requirement for ALL Students)
- Medical History and Examination Form: (University Requirement for ALL New Students)
Submit your Health Forms to the Office of Student Health Services.
Please include your name and X-number on every page. Please remember to make a copy for your records. If you would like a copy of your Health Forms we are happy to do so for a small fee.
Can I fax the forms? Yes! You or your doctor’s office can fax us directly.
Please be sure your name and X-number appear on every page.
How can I be sure you got it? You can call us after you fax it, but be patient if you don’t get through at first. We have a high volume of calls as our
You will be dropped from your courses and disenrolled from the university if you do not submit these forms in their entirety and they are approved.
DaSilva Hall, Room 101
(718) 990-2368 FAX
Campus Center, B-17
(718) 390-4480 FAX
8:30 a.m.- 4:30 p.m.
Friday 8:30 a.m. - 3 p.m.