Student Health Services

Who we are. What we do.

Student Health Services (SHS) is committed to promoting the physical health and wellness for all students served by the Claremont University Consortium. Our well-trained team of doctors, nurse practitioners, and medical support staff provides full-service care including laboratory and basic imaging, dispensary, and immunizations. We are an appointment-based clinic. Appointments scheduled in advance are offered at no charge to students. Labs, imaging and limited prescriptions are available at reasonable fees.

Important Information

Osteopathic Manipulative Treatment services

Student Health Services is launching Osteopathic Manipulative Treatment Services with our Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine, Maria Dunton, D.O. OMT services will cost $25. Please call the office to make an appointment.
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Wellness Room at Pomona College

Student Health Services Wellness Room at Pomona College can be found in Walker Hall, Room 204. The Wellness Room is open to all students of The Claremont Colleges 24/7 during the school year and houses a vending machine carrying the Plan B emergency contraception pill and various health and wellness educational materials. More

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Hours of service

Monday, Tuesday and Friday8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Wednesday (extended hours)8 a.m. – 7 p.m.
Thursday9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
After hours emergenciesContact Campus Safety at 909-607-2000

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Phone 909-621-8222
Fax 909-621-8472
After Hours Emergency 909-607-2000
E-mail SHS records
  

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Last updated: 9/8/2016 5:25:17 PM