Our mission is to provide students and postdoctoral scholars with the tools for academic success through personal health and well-being during your years at OHSU. We offer high quality, confidential primary and behavioral health care in our clinic on the main Portland campus. Please consider us your personal health care home during the coming years.
UPCOMING CLINIC CLOSURES
Monday, May 26th in observance of Memorial day.
The on-call provider can be reached at 503.494.8311.
Graduating? Check out this information about your student insurance!
NEW Waiver Guidelines-June 1st
A new waiver checklist has been developed to help you determine if your current health insurance plan would be comparable to the OHSU Student Health Insurance plan. Please visit the Student Insurance Waiver page for additional information and a PDF of the newly developed waiver checklist.More Info
Sexual Assault Awareness
Personal Safety Workshop Thursday, April 17th from 12:00-1:00 p.m. Old Library Auditorium, room 217 Presented by WomenStrength. Discussion is designed to help people identify their risks and evaluate their strengths,and to explore their options for dealing with the threat of violence.More Info
Message from JBT's director.
OHSU welcomes the expanded access to health care that new state and national health insurance plans provide our communities. Given the mobile learning environments of our students and their unique learning needs, we have decided to continue to provide students in eligible programs a traditional medical and dental insurance plan for the coming year 2014-15.More Info
ReFuel at Noon Mondays
Join us for a guided meditation led by one of our psychologists every Monday. Held in the basement of Baird Hall, Room 6 from 12:15-12:45 p.m. FREE FOODMore Info
Yoga With Ian Every Thursday
Join us every Thursday afternoon in the Old Library Auditorium, Room 221 from 12:10 P.M.-12:50 P.M. Ian's classes combine Budokon techniques with classical Hatha to build smooth flowing classes that will leave you calm, centered and energized.More Info
Gatekeeper Training: Helping Our Colleagues Presented by Dr. Jack Crossen, Chief of Counseling and Behavioral Health at the JBT Health & Wellness Center. A short 10 minute video to help increase awareness and provide tools for our students, postdoctoral scholars, faculty and staff respond to a person in crisis. Specifically, this involves how to help a person who may be perceived as suicidal. Your one voice can save a life. Join the movement, One WORD, One VOICE, One LIFE.More Info