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Tel: (818) 947-2918
Location & Hours
Located in the Student Union Building adjacent to the Cafeteria
Monday - Thursday
8:00 am – 6:00 pm
Friday - Sunday
Tel: (818) 778-5708
Monday - Thursday:
8:00am – 6:00pm
Friday - Sunday:
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Frequently Asked Questions
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Q: What do I need to do to be seen?
A: Call to schedule an appointment at 818-947-2918
Q: What do I need to bring to my appointment?
A: You must present your student ID and current registration indicating that you have paid for the student health fee for the current semester
Q: Can I be seen by a medical provider if I am taking online classes only?
A: If you need to be seen by a medical provider you will need to visit the Business Office and ask to pay the health fee for the current semester. You must present proof of payment at the time of your medical visit.
Q: Do I have to be enrolled in a certain number of units to be seen?
A: As long as you are enrolled in 1 unit and you have paid your health fee, you are eligible to be seen
Q: How much does it cost per visit?
A: To be seen by a medical provider, it is at no cost to you. If you need certain labs or immunizations, those are available at a reasonable low cost.
Q: Are the services confidential?
A: All services are private and confidential. No information regarding your care may be revealed to anyone without your written consent or as mandated by law.
Q: Do you accept credit cards or check as payment for any services?
A: No. Cash only is accepted.
Q: Do you do Physicals?
A: Yes. These are by appointment only.
Q: Can I get a Tuberculosis (TB) skin test?
A: Yes, for a reasonable fee. See Cost tab for all prices. Only on certain days of the week we offer this service. Please inquire.
Q: Can I get tested for HIV or any Sexual Transmitted Illness (STI)?
A: Each test is at a reasonable cost. We also have a list of resources with several facilities near our campus that can offer the above tests at no cost to you if you qualify. Please inquire or view the link Sexual Health.
Q: If I have an emergency on or off campus, can I come there for assistance?
A: No. We do not offer emergency services. For OFF campus emergencies, call 911. For ON campus emergencies, contact the LAVC sheriff’s at (818) 947-2911 or x2911 from a campus phone.
Q: Do you offer PAP smear tests for females?
A: Yes, for a reasonable fee. We also can resource you to several local medical facilities who offers Family PACT programs which may offer a PAP and screening tests at not cost to you , if you qualify. Please inquire with us or view the link http://www.familypact.org.
Q: Do you do pregnancy test?
A: Yes, at a low reasonable cost. We also can resource you to several local medical facilities who offers Family PACT programs which may offer a Pregnancy test at no cost to you , if you qualify. Please inquire with us or view the linkhttp://www.familypact.org.
Q: I am pregnant. Can I receive medical care there?
A: No. We can resource you to several local medical facilities who specialize in Prenatal care for you and your baby. If you qualify, Prenatal Medical Care can be at no cost to you. Please inquire with us or view the link http://www.americanpregnancy.org/.
Q: Do you offer health insurance?
A: No, but we offer many other resources. Most young adults can stay on their parent’s family plan until they turn 26. For more information about different health plans please visit: http://www.coveredca.com/ or www.healthcare.gov.
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Q: Do you offer Dental or Vision care services?
A: No, but please stop by our office for a list of different dental and vision care facilities in the area.
Q: Where are you located?
A: We are located at the Student Union Building.
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