Student Health Services

We offer free and confidential services to all students on the Queens and Staten Island campuses. You can get treated for minor illnesses and injuries.

Get the Required Health Forms Submit Your Forms via the Patient Portal Student Health Insurance

COVID-19 Update

Think you have symptoms of COVID-19? Use Apple/CDC’s COVID-19 Screening Tool.

If you have symptoms of COVID-19, have had exposure to someone who tested positive for COVID-19, or tested positive for COVID-19: Please complete COVID-19 Notification Form so we can follow-up with you and assist you through this process.

Our Services

Our services are free for all undergraduate, graduate, and law students.

If you would like to schedule an appointment, please call 718-990-6360 (option 4) during office hours, Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. You can also walk into the Student Health Services (DaSilva Hall) to schedule an appointment.

When availability permits, Student Health Services sees walk-in appointments based on clinical need and on a first-come, first-served basis.

For immediate medical emergencies, please call 911 or contact a health-care provider.

Health Service Office Hours

Student Health Services on the Queens Campus and Staten Island Campus are being centralized; call 718-990-6360, during the following hours:

Queens Office, DaSilva Hall
Mondays – Fridays, 9 a.m. – 1 p.m.

Please note during University holidays (e.g., December 23-30, 2022) Student Health Services is closed and is not available to answer phone calls or respond to secure messages. We will respond to you as soon as we reopen the next regular business day.

Club Sports Physical Medical Eligibility Form

Students should use the Club Sports Physical Medical Eligibility Form for preparticipation clearance for club sports at St. John's.

Students should provide the Club Sports Physical Medical Eligibility Form to their health-care provider (MD, DO, NP, or PA) completing your sports physical.

The only form that must be returned and submitted is the "Preparticipation Physical Evaluation Medical Eligibility Form".

Form Submission Instructions

Once the forms have been completed, you must upload them in Medicat.

  1. Go to signon.stjohns.edu and sign in using your St. John's network credentials.
  2. Once you signed in, click on the icon for Medicat (Student Health Services and Wellness).
    Medicat icon
  3. Once you in Medicat, select Uploads. Scroll down to the drop-down menu and select “Club Sports Eligibility Form.”
  4. Click Select File to browse your computer for the document you will upload and click Upload.
    • Please make sure you upload all the required forms.

Monkeypox Information

Keep yourself up to date with monkeypox information. This CDC's monkeypox FAQs discusses key points to help you prevent, identify symptoms, and reduce the spread of Monkeypox.

  1. If you are symptom free and do not develop any signs or symptoms of monkeypox, you can continue your routine activities.
  2. Monitor for symptoms for 21 days.
  3. If you develop symptoms, contact your healthcare provider, and follow isolation guidelines. Your health-care provider or health department will determine if you are eligible for post-exposure vaccination.

To reduce transmission of monkeypox:

  1. Stay home. Do not come to campus. Please consult with your health-care provider.
  2. If you live in university housing:
    • Remain in your residence hall room, and call Student Health Services immediately at 718-990-6360. A health-care provider can discuss treatment options with you and the need for testing and isolation.
    • After hours or when Student Health Services is closed, please contact Residence Life at 718-990-2417 or via Public Safety after hours at 718-990-6281.Residence Life will assist you with moving to an isolation space and coordinating a medical appointment to discuss treatment options with you and the need for testing and isolation.
  1. You can make an appointment online by going to vax4nyc.nyc.gov/monkeypox.
  2. You can make an appointment by phone by calling 877-VAX-4NYC (877-829-4692)
    • Due to current supply limitations, monkeypox vaccine appointments are limited. If you would like alerts about monkeypox updates or vaccine appointment availability, text the word “Monkeypox” to 692692.

Additional Resources

NewYork-Presbyterian/Queens
56-45 Main St.
Flushing, NY 11367
Tel: 718-670-2000
For Physician referrals: 718-670-1231
For Dental referrals: 718-670-1060

Northwell Health LIJ Medical Center
270-05 76 Ave.
New Hyde Park, NY 11040

Tel: 718-470-7000

Queens Hospital Center
82-68 164th St. 
Jamaica, NY 11432

Tel: 718-883-3000

City MD of Auburndale
191-20 Northern Blvd.
Flushing, NY 11366

Tel: 718-224-8855

CityMD of Fresh Meadows
61-18 188th St.
Fresh Meadows, NY 11365

718-489-5003
 
CityMD of Jamaica
162-21 Jamaica Ave
Jamaica, NY 11432

718-571-9116
 
Union Medical Urgent Care
186-06 Union Turnpike
Jamaica, NY 11366

718-575-0974

Thomas P. Noonan Jr. Clinic Veteran’s Administration
47-01 Queens Blvd.
Sunnyside, NY 11104

Tel: 718-741-4800

Rite Aid
15802 Union Turnpike 
Flushing, NY

Tel: 718-380-8259

Walgreens of Fresh Meadows
69-62 188th Street
Fresh Meadows, NY 11365

Tel: 718 969-2890

Ilana’s Pharmacy
180-30 Union Turnpike
Flushing, NY 11366

Tel: 718-969-9500

Hospitals & Urgent Care

ProHEALTH Circle Urgent Care, Bulls Head
2960 Victory Blvd.
Staten Island, NY 10314

Tel: 718-370-2014

Richmond University Medical Center ER and Urgent Care Center
355 Bard Ave.
Staten Island, NY 10310

Tel: 718-818-1234

SI University Hospital North ER
475 Seaview Ave.
Staten Island, NY 10305

Tel: 718-226-9000

Clinics

CVS Minute Clinic
1361 Hylan Blvd.
Staten Island, NY 10305

Tel: 866-389-2727

Pharmacies 

CVS
1933 Victory Blvd.
Staten Island, NY 10314

Tel: 718-447-0300

Classic Pharmacy
1284 Clove Rd.
Staten Island, NY 10301

Tel: 718-727-0022