MD Student Health Services
The Student Health Center at NYU Long Island School of Medicine is a full-service clinic that addresses the medical and behavioral health needs of all matriculated students. We provide primary care, behavioral health, and wellness resources. Urgent care services and emergency medical care are provided at NYU Langone Hospital—Long Island.
Care is available by appointment, and all services except certain immunizations are provided free of charge. Our medical services include the following:
- preventive health services, including most immunizations
- care for acute illnesses and injuries
- sexual health evaluation, treatment, and counseling
- care for occupational exposures, infections, and environmental hazards
- coordination of outside care and referrals
- coordination of outside care and referrals, including travel health services and recommended immunizations through the travel clinic
Student Health Center Hours
Our hours are Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, 8:00AM to 4:00PM, and Tuesday, 10:00AM to 6:00PM, by appointment only. You may request to be excused from classes or clinical activities to access health services. If you require an excused absence from a mandatory curricular activity, please contact the Office of Students and Diversity.
If you’re experiencing a life-threatening emergency outside of our clinic hours, call emergency services (911) or go to the nearest hospital emergency room and notify us of your treatment as soon as possible. NYU Langone Hospital—Long Island’s Emergency Care Services are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Student Health Insurance
We provide students with comprehensive health insurance. You may enroll in the plan or waive coverage during our open enrollment period (a Kerberos ID and password are required).
Women’s Health Resource
We refer students in need of gynecological care to NYU Langone Long Island Women’s Health Associates—Mineola.
Please contact Tiffany Atkinson, office coordinator, at 516-663-3063 to schedule all appointments for obstetric and gynecological needs. You will need to provide insurance information for billing purposes, since these services are not offered at the Student Health Center.
Behavioral Health Services
At NYU Long Island School of Medicine, we provide confidential behavioral health services, including short-term counseling, by appointment.
Our staff of licensed mental health providers are available by appointment, to provide treatment for the following behavioral health conditions:
- substance abuse
- smoking cessation
- anxiety disorders
- eating disorders
- concerns about academic performance
- roommate and friendship problems
- family problems
- sexual concerns
- identity concerns
Should you require additional services beyond what we offer, we provide referrals to community-based psychologists and psychiatrists for students in need of longer term outpatient care.
The Student Health Center is committed to promoting your health and wellness so that you can better achieve your educational and personal goals.
We elect two student wellness representatives annually from each class to be the voice of their peers and to help promote health and wellness. Wellness representatives work closely with the Office of Students and Diversity to advocate for services that foster wellness, participate in monthly Student Wellness Committee meetings, and assist in the planning and facilitation of an annual Wellness Retreat.
Fitness and Recreation
We offer discounted memberships for medical students at Healthtrax Garden City, a full-service fitness center located at Winthrop Wellness Pavilion. The 35,000-square-foot fitness facility is equipped with strength and cardio equipment; has an aquatics center with two pools, a whirlpool, and sauna; and offers classes including Group Power, yoga, Pilates, and group cycling. Childcare is available.
We are committed to providing equal educational opportunity and participation for students with disabilities. To request accommodations or any other disability services, please contact the Office of Students and Diversity at 516-240-7230 or at email@example.com.
New Medical Student Health Requirements
All incoming medical students at NYU Long Island School of Medicine must meet mandatory health entrance requirements prior to matriculation. We ask that you begin this process as soon as possible to allow ample time to gather health information, complete necessary screening, and receive needed immunizations.
Please schedule an appointment with a healthcare provider to have the mandatory health packet completed and reviewed to confirm that all preadmission health requirements are met. The healthcare provider cannot be a family member. The following health information must be provided to Student Health Service:
Student Health Services will also send an email notification to create an NYU Langone MyChart account, which you need to activate to complete mandatory medical history forms and an identity questionnaire.
We strongly advise that medical students receive a meningococcal conjugate vaccine (at least one dose of Menveo or Menactra after the age of 16 and within the previous 5 years). To waive this requirement students can submit a meningococcal vaccine refusal form.
How to Submit Required Health Information
Submit all required health documents to the following address:
NYU Long Island School of Medicine Student Health Service
222 Station Plaza North, Suite 104
Mineola, NY 11501
If you have questions about health entrance requirements, contact the Student Health Center at 516-240-7200, and select option 3.
NYU Long Island School of Medicine Student Health Center is conveniently located on campus, at 222 Station Plaza North, Suite 104, across the street from the Emergency Department at NYU Langone Hospital—Long Island.
You can call our office for medical or behavioral health appointments at 516-240-7200 and select option 3, or fax documents to 516-663-1877.
In case of mental health emergencies after hours and on weekends, students are instructed to go to Emergency Department at NYU Langone Hospital—Long Island and to contact our Employee Assistance Program or the National Suicide Prevention Hotline 1-800-273-8255.
When you seek care with us, you can rest assured that you are in a safe environment where your privacy will be respected. Our staff clinicians are not involved in evaluating your academic or clinical performance.