650.1 Health and Counseling Services
Health and Counseling Services provides basic and augmented health and counseling services to all eligible University students. The services provided by Health and Counseling Services change over time and are described on the Health & Counseling Services website (please see reference section). All services conform to CSU executive orders, as well as applicable state and federal requirements.
650.1.1 Basic Services
Basic Services are provided without additional charge. Most services are available by appointment. The provision for urgent medical assessment and care is available on a walk-in basis during scheduled business hours.
6188.8.131.52 Basic Services in Health Services are:
Primary outpatient care consistent with the scope of service, and the skills and specialties of clinical staff; the provision of family planning services, consistent with current medical practice, excluding surgical procedures; public health prevention programs including immunizations for the prevention and control of communicable diseases; health education (e.g., nutrition, sexually transmitted infections, HIV, alcohol and substance abuse, eating disorders, preventive medicine); evaluation and guidance for individual health problems; clinical laboratory diagnostic services in support of basic services; basic diagnostic X-ray services; pharmacy services; medical liaison services with other community health agencies and services; consultation with and referral to off-campus health care providers and hospitals;and consultative services on-campus health issues.
6184.108.40.206 Basic Services in Counseling Services are:
Short-term counseling/psychotherapy, suicide and personal violence prevention services, emergency/crisis services, outreach, mental health consultation, and referral resources.
650.1.2 Augmented Services
Approved augmented services may be available. Health and Counseling Services may charge eligible students for augmented services. The provision of augmented services cannot interfere with the Health Center’s capacity to provide its basic services. Augmented services in Health Services include physical exams not related to current treatment (e.g., scuba physicals) and services to continuing students. In Counseling Services, augmented service is the provision of services to continuing students over the Summer Quarter.