Providing OHSU students and postdoctoral scholars with Primary Care, Preventive Care, and Behavioral Health and Wellness Services. Open Monday-Friday from 8 a.m.-5 p.m., Tuesdays until 7 p.m. Learn more about our services.
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.
All Are Welcome at JBT Health & Wellness Center
The recent executive order on immigration has led to confusion and fear locally, nationally, and internationally. Your providers at JBT Health & Wellness have listened to concerning stories from students both impacted by these recent and disturbing changes, and worried about potentially being next. We stand in solidarity with you and offer support and care for the safety and well-being of our entire student community regardless of race, ethnicity, nationality, religion or any other aspect of diversity that is an essential part of who you are. OHSU's administration stands ready to take appropriate action to protect all students and has agreed not to facilitate or cooperate with immigration enforcement activities, share confidential student immigration information with the federal government, nor act on behalf of the federal government to enforce immigration laws. Please read OHSU's President, Dr. Joe Robertson's, recent Directline for more information.
If you have concerns about how the new federal policy may impact your education or work at OHSU, please reach out to OHSU's Office of International Affairs/Department of Immigration Services for advice and assistance. The Center for Diversity and Inclusion is also available to provide support. JBT Health & Wellness Center can be a place to find support if you or someone you know is struggling. We provide individual counseling or referrals for community support. Please contact us at 503-494-8665 or visit JBT in the basement of Baird Hall.
The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) Walk is scheduled for Sunday, May 21, 2017.
Join OHSU Medical Students for Mental Health in raising support for this important cause by donating here.