One of the perks of being a Los Angeles Valley College student is access to health services for your physical well-being. Your good health is vital to your success. We treat students with skill, care and compassion, and will always respect your privacy and confidentiality. Here’s what we can do for you.
Prevention and cure
Medical assessments, examinations, and short-term treatment for illness and minor medical problems are available at the Student Health Center. As a student at Los Angeles Valley College, you can access Student Health Center services by presenting:
- A picture ID
- Your current LAVC registration showing that you’ve paid the Health Fee
Please be sure your student health fee payment is up to date and bring both of these when you come for your appointment.
Sick or well, please make an appointment
Medical appointments are highly recommended because of space and time limitations.
Please call (818) 947-2918 to make an appointment and we will try to accommodate you as soon as possible. Walk-ins are welcome only if our patient schedule permits.
When you’re sick or when you’re hurt
If you are ill or have a minor injury, we’ll do everything we can to help you. On-campus treatment services at no cost include:
- Illness or injury assessment
- Treatment for minor injuries
- Short-term treatment for minor medical problems
Here’s to staying well
First, make an appointment to see our physician or physician’s assistant. Some of the services we offer are:
Office Visits and Screenings
- Physical exams
- Health assessments
- Blood pressure checks
- Psychological services (up to 12 visits per semester)
Lab Tests and Immunizations
(reduced-cost on-campus services)
- Hepatitis B
- Flu shots
- PAP smears
- TB skin tests
- Other labs available
Articles and information provided by the Los Angeles Valley College Health Center staff on this website are for general information purposes only and are not intended to substitute for medical advice from a physician or other health care provider. Any information and/or suggested resources are not intended, and must not be taken to be, the rendering of medical services or the practice of medicine. Additionally, Los Angeles Valley College is not affiliated with any of the listed resources, with the exception of Valley Presbyterian Hospital. You should always seek the advice of a physician or other health care provider for specific health questions or conditions and before you begin any new type of medical treatment. Do not delay seeking medical advice or disregard medical advice simply because you have chosen to use this site.