Student Health Center
Promoting a campus culture focused on health and wellness.
How can we help you?
To make an appointment
To make an appointment, please call us at 716-673-3131. If this is a medical emergency, please call ext.3333 if on campus and 911 if off campus.
Click on "Request medical records" to get a copy of your immunization record, your laboratory results or a copy of your xray.
Welcome New Students !! This is where you can find all of our health requirements for attending college here at Fredonia.
The Fredonia Student Health Center Patient Portal makes it easy for you to complete health forms, receive secure messages from our medical providers, access your visit summary and get laboratory/x-ray results. To access the patient portal you will need your Fredonia E-services User ID and Password. Your Fredonia E-Services username generally consists of 2-4 letters of your last name followed by 4 numbers.
Health Center hours of operation
- Fall and Spring Semester: Monday - Friday, 8 am - 4:30 pm
- Summer Break and J-Term: Monday - Friday, 8 am - 4:00 pm
All health services will be offered by appointment only by calling us at 716-673-3131. In order to provide you with the safest environment for your health care needs, we can not offer walk - in services at this time.
In the event of a medical emergency, contact University Police at 716-673-3333 or 911.
Additional medical care resources include:
- Brooks Memorial Hospital (716-366-1111) located at 529 Central Ave, Dunkirk NY
- Well Now Urgent Care (716-413-0038) located at 3916 Vineyard Drive, Dunkirk NY
With the exception of emergency situations in which a student is unable to assume responsibility, all medical information is confidential. The Student Health Center will not share information concerning the health of a student without the student's explicit and informed written authorization. Notification of parents, College faculty, and administrators is considered the student's responsibility.
Information on Monkeypox
Although we have not seen an occurrence of Monkeypox here on the SUNY Fredonia campus or in the surrounding geographical area, the university is in constant communication with local and regional health agencies and has a plan in place if the situation changes. To keep you informed, the New York State Department of Health has launched this website which provides information on the disease and tracks the number of cases by county.
Resources are always available