Student Health Center
The Student Health Center staff is available during the Fall Semester. To make an appointment, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at the phone number below. If you have a question for the nurse or nurse practitioner please contact us at the email or phone number below.
Office Hours: Telehealth visits, 9am-5pm, M-F
Contact: email@example.com or (410)337-6050
The Goucher Student Health Center is an outpatient primary health care facility that provides comprehensive medical care for acute and stable chronic illnesses, women's health care, preventative medical care, and health education services.
The center is located on the first floor of the main lobby of the Heubeck building.
Due to the impact of Coronavirus in the Fall of 2020, only students residing in Maryland will have access to telehealth appointments conducted by our nurse or nurse practitioner between 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. If you live on campus (critical housing need student) we may elect to bring you into the office for a portion of your appointment.
Additionally, students who do not live in Maryland, or who need after hours care, are invited to access https://www.healthiestyou.com/. This service is free for students who carry our insurance plan, and is $40 per visit for all other students.
To make an appointment please call 410-337-6050. During all other hours and on Saturday and Sunday, call Campus Safety at 410-337-6111.
STUDENT HEALTH PORTAL
Log in to your health portal (medicat) at:
To schedule a medical appointment, request medical records, or inquire about our services, please call 410-337-6050 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
To schedule an appointment for counseling, please call 410-337-6481.
- January 13, 2021
Several students and parents have written to me to ask why Goucher College joined with the two other Landmark conference colleges and opted out of participating in winter season conference athletic competition. So, I thought I would outline for everyone the reasons for this decision.
- January 7, 2021
We recognize that the move to remote instruction and the decision not to offer campus housing may create additional hardships for students. Some of you are in unsafe housing situations, are experiencing housing insecurity, and/or are facing extraordinary circumstances that may render you unable to successfully engage in academic study in your home.