Health Services Phone Numbers
|Main Fax Number||315-443-9010|
|Nutrition & Wellness Education||315-443-9016|
|Pharmacy (FAX Number)||315-443-7981|
Campus Health Resources
|Department of Recreation Services||315-443-4386|
|Department of Public Safety (On Campus Phones)||711|
|Department of Public Safety (Off Campus)||315-443-2224|
|Department of Public Safety (Mobile/Cellular Phones)||#SU (#78)|
|Office of Disability Services||315-443-4498|
|University Food Services||315-443-3803|
Community Health Resources
|Crouse Hospital ER||315-470-7411|
|Community General Hospital ER||315-492-5535|
|County Health Department STD Clinic||315-435-3295|
|Upstate Medical University ER||315-464-5611|
|St. Joseph's Hospital Health Center ER||315-448-5101|
|Syracuse Rape Crisis Center||315-422-7273|
|Poison Control Center||800-222-1222|
|Onondaga County Contact Hotline (Counseling Svcs.)||315-474-1333|
|National Suicide Prevention Lifeline||800-273-TALK|
|Syracuse City Police and Fire||911|
To save you some time, we've compiled a list of the most frequently asked questions. As always, if you need more information please do not hesitate to contact us.
SUHS does not provide notes to verify visits. When a student is specifically advised to alter activity based on current clinical findings, the recommendation is given to the student in writing. Missed class or incomplete academic work is an issue between the student and the instructor.
The SUHS pharmacy accepts prescriptions from both SUHS and other health care providers and participates with most insurance prescription plans. Pharmacy charges can also be billed to the Bursar account.
Call or email us for more information.
Yes. You are encouraged to call in your refills 48 hours in advance at 315-443-5691. The SUHS pharmacy is a full-service pharmacy providing a wide selection of prescription medications, over-the-counter medications, vitamins, dietary supplements, and pharmaceutical education and counseling.
Yes, charges will be submitted to Aetna, Pomco, SU/ESF HTH and BC&BS Bluecard. We are non-participating and do not direct bill other insurance companies. You may, however, receive an itemized statement of charges that you can submit to your insurance company. Pharmacy charges can be billed to a wider range of insurances; check with the pharmacy to see if your insurance is one of them.
Copies of medical records may be requested by the student in person or with a statement signed by the student. There is a $10 fee for medical records requests. Itemized billing statements and immunization records are provided free of charge.