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Primary Care:

Our primary care providers offer care for all your general health needs, including but not limited to:

  • Respiratory symptoms, such as coughs, colds and flu-like illness
  • Musculoskeletal complaints, such as sprains, strains and evaluation for fractures 
  • Rashes and other dermatological conditions 
  • School-related physical exams
  • School-related testing for tuberculosis (TB), such as those required for certain courses or internships
  • Sexual Transmitted Infection Testing
  • HIV Testing
  • Screening and preventative health services

Gynecological Services:

The Student Health Center can assess and treat many health concerns specific to sexual and reproductive health. Services offered include:

  • Routine pap smears
  • Annual pelvic and breast examinations
  • Testing for sexually transmitted infections 
  • Diagnosis and treatment of urinary tract infections, pelvic inflammatory disease and menstrual disorders
  • Birth control
    • Oral contraception
    • DepoProvera —  If you wish to have DepoProvera administered by the Student Health Center staff after it was prescribed by your home provider, you will be required to submit documentation of the order and the date it was last administered.
  • Urine pregnancy testing
  • Emergency contraception - Emergency contraception (EC/MAP) is a way to reduce your risk of pregnancy after having unprotected sex. It is not intended to be used as a regular birth control method.
    • Most effective when taken within 72 hours after unprotected sex
    • Available for purchase at the Student Health Center front desk. (Cost $10)
    • Can also be purchased over the counter at a local pharmacy
  • Pregnancy Care -The Student Health Center is committed to providing all options to our students who find themselves with an unplanned pregnancy.  Students will be supported in whatever decision they make regarding the ongoing care of their pregnancy, whether they wish to be referred for obstetrical care, to be referred for adoption counseling, or to be referred for pregnancy termination services.

Laboratory Services:

Laboratory services are available to students who are being treated by the Student Health Center.

Free on-site laboratory testing:

  • Strep A
  • Mono spot
  • Flu
  • Urinalysis
  • Urine pregnancy
  • Glucose
  • HIV

Testing services charged to your Fred Card:

  • STI testing ($20)
  • Tuberculosis testing ($15)

Flu shots:

Influenza is a respiratory infection that can cause serious complications, particularly to young children, older adults and people with certain medical conditions. Flu shots are the most effective way to prevent influenza and its complications. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends that everyone 6 months of age or older be vaccinated annually against influenza. The Health Center will be offering the Influenza (Flu) vaccination through a private vendor billed to the student, faculty or staff member's private health insurance.  Please watch our front page for a schedule of events.


The Student Health Center works with the following pharmacies for delivery of prescription medications to campus: 

  • Rite-Aid Pharmacy (Deliver on Tuesdays and Thursdays) - 1166 Central Ave, Dunkirk NY (Phone: 716-366-8616), Student needs to have a credit card on file with the pharmacy.

Health Education:

The health center has educational materials on many health-related topics. Educational programs on wellness and other pertinent health issues are also offered on campus


Student Health Center

  • LoGrasso Hall State University of New York at Fredonia Fredonia, NY 14063

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