Prior to starting Dugoni, there are several health clearance requirements that need to be completed. You will be entering a health care profession that includes the responsibility to protect the health of your patients. It is also important to ensure you are protected from infectious diseases. Vaccinations are required as a condition of matriculation. Please consult with your primary health care provider to ensure you have the vaccinations listed in the medical examination packet. You will be required to provide proof of immunization or naturally-acquired immunity to these vaccine-preventable diseases prior to matriculation into the program. Click here for the medical examination packet.
Pacific Health Services is located on the 5th floor, Suite 513. Our nurse practitioner (NP) provides primary care services for the treatment of minor illnesses and injuries, routine physicals, immunizations, referrals, medication management and women's care. For more details, see the services page. The NP is available to all students, whether enrolled in the student insurance or a private plan. A health fee of $82.50 per quarter ($330 per year) will be assessed to each student account, which waives the office visit co-payment for all students. Lab tests, medications, procedures and immunizations are available for an additional charge. Click here to see a detailed list of costs.
To make an appointment, you can go online at MyHealth@Pacific or call 209.946.2315.
Mondays: 7:30 am - 4:30 pm
Wednesdays: 11:00 am - 6:00 pm
Thursdays: 7:30 am - 4:30 pm
The office is closed on all holidays and 3 times yearly for department and division retreats.
After hours - Call 209.946.2315 option 4 for the Nurse Advice Line
In an effort to ensure you meet your academic goals, Pacific mandates that you maintain active health insurance. The University provides a Student Health Insurance Plan (SHIP) with Anthem Blue Cross of CA. For the list of the SHIP benefits, see the Anthem Benefits Summary. The SHIP fee is $784.73 per quarter ($3,134 per academic year). Insurance premiums are assessed with tuition and other fees. Coverage is for students only. Dependents are not covered. For options outside of Pacific, look at eHealthInsurance and Covered California. If you're outside of California after graduation, check out healthcare.gov.
Visit the UOP Gallagher Student Health & Special Risk site to create an account for a temporary insurance card, FAQ, resources, and links. Please note the benefit changes to the student health insurance plan for 2018-2019:
The SHIP plan will no longer offer a separate vision plan for academic year 2018-19. Review the EyeMed Vision Discount Program details and print a card out before you seek care. To locate a participating provider or ask questions call 1-866-8EYEMED or visit www.enrollwitheyemed.com.
The Basix Dental Savings Program is included in the SHIP plan. Basix contracts with dentists that agree to charge a reduced fee to students covered under SHIP. You must pay for the services received at the time of service to receive the negotiated rate. Savings vary but can be as high as 50% depending upon the type of service received and the specific contracted dentist providing the service.
To use the program, simply:
Open enrollment for the Winter/Spring is now open. Deadline to enroll is on January 31, 2019.
Whether you've waived SHIP or are enrolled and want more dental coverage than the Basix plan offers, you can choose to purchase the Anthem Blue Cross Dental PPO plan for $238.68 per year. Visit the UOP Gallagher Student Health & Special Risk site for more information and to enroll.
Waiver for Winter/Spring is now open. Deadline to waive the Student Health Insurance is on Friday, January 25, 2019 (end of business day).
Students electing not to participate in this plan will have the option to opt out by providing a waiver and proof of comparable health insurance coverage. Students who complete a waiver application by the waiver deadline date are not guaranteed to be approved and need to check their Pacific e-mail for any denials or follow-up questions. If your waiver is denied or incomplete, you will automatically be enrolled in the Student Health Insurance Plan (SHIP). For more information on how to waive the student health insurance, see the insurance waivers page. If you have any questions about student health insurance, please call 209.946.2027.
When selecting care on or off-campus, it is your responsibility to always choose the hospital, pharmacy or lab that is "in-network" for your health plan to reduce costs. Please note this is not an endorsement of any facility.
Urgent Care. All urgent care clinics are currently in-Network for SHIP. Always check to confirm to before making an appointment.
In-Network for SHIP. Always check to confirm the hospital is in-Network before making an appointment.