To Our OHSU Students and Postdoctoral Fellows:

Welcome to our website! We invite you to explore our range of services. Our mission is to provide students and postdoctoral fellows with care and ongoing support for personal health and well-being during your time at OHSU. We work to provide exceptional and confidential primary and behavioral health care in our clinic, located on Marquam Hill on the main Portland, OHSU campus. Our primary care clinic includes, and is not limited to: urgent care, contraceptive services, sexually transmitted infection screening and treatment, PrEP therapy, pre and post travel advice, as well as immunizations and wellness services. Acupuncture and integrative medicine are also offered. Our behavioral health clinic includes counseling for individuals and couples. Our medical and behavioral health providers are JBT specific and do not work in any other OHSU clinics or in any capacity where they would grade or evaluate you. We are honored to serve as your personal healthcare home. Feel free to contact us at 503.494.8665 with questions and/or to schedule an appointment.

Suicide Prevention RibbonSeptember is Suicide Prevention Month

September is designated as suicide prevention month in an effort to remind us about the importance of supporting mental health care for ourselves and for others. We invite you to read more about this important issue and to join JBT in recognizing and acknowledging this month's work to help raise awareness.

  • Stop by the MHAT/JBT Suicide Prevention table 
      • Tuesday, 9/26 from 11 am - 1 pm at the CLSB concierge desk in the CLSB atrium
    • Join JBT as we walk in the upcoming Out of the Darkness Walk    
      •  Saturday, 10/7/17 from 10 am - 12:30 pm at the Veterans Memorial Coliseum.

    Suicide Prevention Resources


    Maintaining A Sense of Safety in Our Community After "Charlottesville"

    The recent white supremacist/KKK/Neo-Nazi protest in Charlottesville and accompanying deliberate harm to protesters including the death of Heather Heyer has alerted us to the importance of continuing to develop a safe, healthy community free of threat, intimidation and violence. As a community focused on caring for others, we also must remember to care for ourselves, especially in trying times like these (and there have been many in the recent past) where racism, antisemitism and expressed hatred of any kind is promoted and feelings of hopelessness, anxiety, anger and sadness emerge in response. We as a clinic are mindful about how these tough times impact all of us, and invite you to take time to reach out for support be it with a trusted friend, a colleague or with one of our providers here at JBT. This is a time to build community and consider connecting with groups/others that provide a sense of soothing to you.  

    2017-18 Student Health Insurance Waiver Now Open for Fall Term

    All new and returning students who wish to opt out of the student insurance plan must submit new waivers for the 2017-18 insurance year.

    The open waiver period starts 8/29/17 and closes 10/10/17.

    After the waiver period closes, you will not have another opportunity to waive the insurance until the next waiver period you are eligible for.

    Click here for more details.