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About Health Services

Center for Well-Being Health Services

The Center for Well-Being Health Services provides high-quality, patient-centered health care that promotes the health and well-being of the entire St. Thomas community.

Our health staff includes primary care physicians, psychiatrists, nurse practitioners, registered nurses, physical therapists, certified medical assistants, a registered dietitian, and a health case manager. Our services include Primary Care, Psychiatric Care, Preventative Care, Women's Health, Physical Therapy, Travel Clinic, Urgent Care and Wellness Services. We work closely with Counseling and Psychological Services, Health Promotion and Athletics.

All visits and personal information are confidential. All medical records are confidential and can only be released with your written permission.

Health Services

Our services include Primary Care, Psychiatric Care, Women's Health, Physical Therapy, Sports Physicals, Travel Clinic, Urgent Care and Wellness Services.

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Common Forms

Medical records are an important part of patient management. Below are common forms used by the Center for Well-Being.

Parental Consent (Treatment of a Minor)

Parental consent is required for students under the age of 18 to be treated for health-related services.

Release of Health Information from St. Thomas

Request that your records to be sent from University of St. Thomas Health Services to another provider or grant permission for records to be shared with a parent/guardian.

Release of Health Information to St. Thomas

Request your records to be sent from another provider to University of St. Thomas Health Services.

Allergy Injections Consent Form

Allergy shots may be administered by St. Thomas Health Services with some stipulations. Use this form to provide consent.

Dietary Restrictions Physician Form

If you have dietary restrictions due to a medical condition, please see Dining Services.

Committed to Inclusive Care

  • All Are Welcome
  • Preferred Name
  • Gender Identity
  • All Are Welcome

    The Center for Well-Being strives to provide compassionate, high-quality services in a caring environment that is affirming of all sexual orientations and gender identities.

    Preferred Name

    Students can include chosen name, gender identity, and sex assigned at birth in medical records. Health Services will honor your gender identity but will use your sex assigned at birth for legal medical documentation and treatment.

    Our electronic health record system utilizes terms such as preferred name and preferred pronouns, we recognize that the names and pronouns we use are not just "preferred," they're our names and pronouns.

    Gender Identity

    We encourage LGBTQIA+ students to receive routine care. Specifically, we recommend that students follow guidelines for routine screening of sex-specific organs, like pap smears/gynecological exams, breast exams, prostate exams, etc. If you are uncomfortable with these types of exams, we are happy to talk with you about how to make them easier.

    All Are Welcome

    All Are Welcome

    The Center for Well-Being strives to provide compassionate, high-quality services in a caring environment that is affirming of all sexual orientations and gender identities.

    Preferred Name

    Preferred Name

    Students can include chosen name, gender identity, and sex assigned at birth in medical records. Health Services will honor your gender identity but will use your sex assigned at birth for legal medical documentation and treatment.

    Our electronic health record system utilizes terms such as preferred name and preferred pronouns, we recognize that the names and pronouns we use are not just "preferred," they're our names and pronouns.

    Gender Identity

    Gender Identity

    We encourage LGBTQIA+ students to receive routine care. Specifically, we recommend that students follow guidelines for routine screening of sex-specific organs, like pap smears/gynecological exams, breast exams, prostate exams, etc. If you are uncomfortable with these types of exams, we are happy to talk with you about how to make them easier.