SUNY Broome Student Health Services (SHS) provides currently registered SUNY Broome students with primary care of acute illness and injury. Our services include medical treatment, educational programs and referral services. All medical care at Student Health Services is confidential.
The Student Health Services office is located in the (old) Science Building, Room 102. Please call or email if you have questions about our services or your health.
Phone: +1 (607) 778-5181 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
In the event that the Student Health Services office is closed and immediate assistance is needed, please contact the Office of Public Safety at +1 (607) 778-5083. In an emergency, please call 911 from a campus phone.
Qualified & Professional Staff
Qualified staff is available to assist with your healthcare needs. Students are seen by appointment after a pre-screening process. Please contact us at +1 (607) 778-5181 or by email at email@example.com to speak with a Student Health Services representative
Not sure what to submit or how to submit your immunization records? Visit the Immunization Requirements page for more information!
For the latest information regarding COVID-19 vaccine requirements, please visit the COVID-19 Information website.
Release of Immunization Records (Not including COVID)
Student Health Services needs written permission to release your records to you or a third party. Requests will be processed in order received and are not done on a walk-in basis. In order to request a release of records, email firstname.lastname@example.org the following information:
- Full Name
- Date of Birth or SUNY Broome B#
- Who to release the information to
- How to send the information (Fax, electronic, paper)
- Where to send the information (fax #, email address, mailing address)
- Copy of a photo ID
SUNY Broome continues to make every effort to ensure the safety of our campus community. We will continue to work with the Broome County Health Department as our lead local agency, while the Centers for Disease Control is an excellent website for up to the minute Coronavirus information.
Additional information about public health guidelines related to the virus can be found online:
- World Health Organization (WHO) information about Coronavirus
- US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Situation Summary
- Broome County Health Department
No Charge For Office Visits
Students pay a mandatory health fee as part of their tuition. This fee covers many of the services at Student Health Services. All services (including prescriptions) provided outside Health Services are the student’s financial responsibility.
Services offered include:
- Limited treatment for illnesses and injuries
- Limited emergency care
- Blood pressure screening
- Pregnancy tests
- UTI tests
- Contraceptive information
- Healthy lifestyle information
- Flu vaccines
- Health Education Programs are also offered and will be announced to the campus through campus newsletters and postings.
NEED A FLU SHOT? We give flu vaccines on campus during the Fall semester. You must make an appointment to get your FLU shot. Call us at +1 (607) 778-5181 to schedule your appointment.
Call us at +1 (607) 778-5181
During the fall and spring semesters, a medical provider is available.
View Medical Provider Hours (pdf)
The secretary is in Monday – Friday, 8:00 am – 4:00 pm. Hours for both may change based on holidays and staffing. Student Health Services is closed nights, weekends, and holidays. There is no medical provider on campus during campus breaks and summer and winter terms.
If you have symptoms of COVID, you must wear a mask.
Alternate Health Care Options
If the medical provider is not on campus or the office is closed, there are several walk-in clinics in the vicinity of SUNY Broome. View more information on nearby walk-in clinics.
Lourdes Hospital (169 Riverside Drive, Binghamton +1 (607) 798-5231) provides emergency and after-hours care. In addition to the emergency room, it offers Fast Track for minor emergencies as well as walk-in centers in Binghamton (276 Robinson St.), Endicott (415 E. Main St.), and Owego (500 5th Ave.)
UHS Binghamton General Hospital (10-42 Mitchell Ave. Binghamton +1 (607) 762-2231) provides emergency and after-hours care. Additionally, they offer walk-in centers in Vestal (4401 Vestal Parkway East), Chenango Bridge (91 Chenango Bridge Rd.), and Endicott (1302 E. Main St.).
UHS Wilson Medical Center (33-57 Harrison St., Johnson City, +1 (607) 763-6611) provides emergency and after-hours care. In addition to the emergency room, it offers Rapid Care for minor emergencies as well as walk-in centers in Vestal (4401 Vestal Parkway East), Chenango Bridge (91 Chenango Bridge Rd.), and Endicott (1302 E. Main St.).
For information regarding Monkeypox, please visit the NYS Department of Health webpage on Monkeypox.
PED Waiver Form
To request an exemption from a physical education class requirement, have your health care provider complete, sign, and return a Physical Education Waiver form (below) to Student Health Services. The form can be emailed, faxed, mailed, or dropped off to the office.
The mission of Student Health Services is to support the education and personal growth of students by promoting their optimal health and well-being.
Our vision as a fully accredited student health care center is to be the first choice for health care among our SUNY Broome students.
- Superior Service- Committing to providing excellent service through continuous quality improvement.
- Integrity- Maintaining the highest standards of behavior that encompasses honesty, ethics, and doing the right things for the right reasons.
- Teamwork- Showing respect for others and making a commitment to work together.
- Respect- Creating an atmosphere for students and staff that is safe, accessible and culturally sensitive.
- Fiscal Responsibility- Using financial resources in an efficient manner.