Health & Wellness Services

Medical Clinic

Am I Eligible for Services?

If you are a currently enrolled student (Taking classes in the current semester) of Salt Lake Community College, you are eligible for health services at the Health and Wellness Medical Clinic. Spouses, children, and relatives of students or employees are not eligible for services. Please bring your SLCC student ID card to receive services.
 

Do I Need an Appointment?

If you want to be seen with a minimal wait time, it's best to have an appointment. You can call to schedule an appointment. Walk-ins are seen on a space-available basis with emergencies and appointments taking priority.
 

How Much Does it Cost?

  • Office visits are $10.00. This does not include any lab or procedure costs.
  • There is no office visit charge to see a medical assistant for routine immunizations, TB skin tests, pregnancy (urine) testing, Plan B, etc., that do not require a visit with a Nurse Practitioner. 
  • Payment for services and/or labs are due at the time of service. 

Clients who do not show (or arrive/check-in late - ten minutes or more) will be assessed a $10 fee. If a client cancels or reschedules less than 24 hours prior to his/her scheduled appointment, he/she will be assessed a $10 fee. Please review Health & Wellness Services No Show, Cancellation, Reschedule Policy prior to making an appointment. We appreciate your understanding and support of this policy.

Prices are for CURRENTLY ENROLLED STUDENTS only. No person will be turned away for inability to pay at time of visit.


SLCC EMPLOYEES:
  • Are welcome to be seen as the schedule allows.
  • Students are first priority!
*Office visits are defined as a consultation or face-to-face visit with the Nurse Practitioner. Any lab test(s) ordered, procedures, administered medications, or vaccinations are in addition to this visit charge. 

What Services Are Provided?

Family Nurse Practitioners are available who can evaluate, diagnose, and prescribe medications or other treatments for short- and long-term illness and disease, as well as provide preventative care and physical exams.

Immunizations

We offer a wide range of immunizations for low cost. If you do not have insurance, you may qualify to receive certain vaccines for $10.00. Call 801-957-4347 for more information regarding eligibility. Immunizations include but are not limited to the following:
  • Hepatitis A - $42
  • Hepatitis B - $51
  • Measles, Mumps, Rubella (MMR) - $70
  • Tetanus, Diphtheria, Pertussis (Tdap) - $49
  • Gardasil (HPV Cervical Cancer Vaccines), (ages 18-26) - $10
  • Pneumococcal - $70
  • Twinrix (Hep A and B combo) - $70
  • Tuberculosis skin test (PPD) - $15

Procedures

The Health and Wellness Medical Clinic is equipped to deal with many simple medical procedures. Some of these procedures include:
  • Bandaging 
  • Suturing
  • Wart removal
  • Skin Tag removal
  • Toenail removal

Testing

Your Healthcare Provider may suggest tests that can help you better understand your health risks and needs. Some of these tests may include: 
  • Tuberculosis (PPD) tests
  • Strep, Mono, Ulcers, and Epstein-Barr tests
  • Cholesterol, Blood Sugar, and Iron tests 
  • Tests to determine liver, thyroid and kidney functions
  • Tests for bacterial, yeast, and viral infections

Confidential STI Testing

The Health and Wellness Medical Clinic provides confidential comprehensive sexually transmitted infection testing for minimal cost. Tests include:
  • Chlamydia/Gonorrhea*
  • Hepatitis B & C 
  • HIV
  • Herpes
  • Syphillis
              *$30 for the combined test.

Family Planning

Free condoms are available at the Health and Wellness Clinic offices. Other services include:
  • Pregnancy preparation
  • Fertility awareness
  • Depo-Provera injections
  • Prescriptions for oral contraceptives
  • Plan B is available by appointment or on a walk-in basis.
Pregnancy testing is also available. The two tests provided are: 
  • HCG Urine test
  • HCG Blood test
Urine pregnancy testing is available by walk-in or appointment basis. Cost is $10.
 

Campus Emergencies

If there is a life-threatening emergency, call 911. 
The Health & Wellness Student Clinic is prepared to handle minor injuries such as burns, bumps, and sprains. If you have a minor accident on campus, the Medical Clinic is probably your quickest and least expensive option. 
Please read the SLCC Emergency Procedures regarding medical treatment.