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Medical Care

In case of emergency, call 9-1-1 or visit the nearest emergency room.

Find a COVID-19 vaccination clinic near you

The Center for Health & Counseling does not offer COVID-19 vaccines at this time.

Services at our Medical clinic are primarily for enrolled students, but employees may use the clinic if appointments are available.

Appointments are encouraged, but not required. Walk-ins are seen on a space-available basis. Bring your SLCC Student ID card.

Office visits are $15 for students and $30 for employees, not including lab work or procedures. Other fees may apply. Payment is due at the time of your appointment.

We provide a wide variety of medical health services including:

  • Sick Visits (i.e. colds, flu, sore throats, etc.)
  • Minor Wound Care (i.e. minor cuts, bruises, sprains, etc.)
  • Medical testing (i.e. strep, mononucleosis, tuberculosis, etc.)
  • Medical lab work (i.e. glucose, hemoglobin, STI, etc.)
  • Preventative health screenings (i.e. physicals, well-woman, etc.)

Emergencies: The Center for Health and Counseling can treat minor injuries such as burns, bumps, and sprains. Please call 911 for life-threatening emergencies.

Call 801-957-4268 to schedule an appointment.

Immunization Information

International Student Immunizations

All international students are required to provide proof of vaccination for measles, mumps, and rubella (MMR) and are required to be tested for Tuberculosis (TB) before starting classes at SLCC.

Measles, mumps, and rubella are serious diseases that have caused many fatalities worldwide.

Measles: Measles virus causes fever, headache, muscle pains, loss of appetite and swollen glands. It can lead to deafness, painful swelling of the testicles and ovaries, sterility, and meningitis.

Rubella: Rubella virus causes rash, arthritis (mostly in women), and mild fever. If a female contracts rubella while pregnant, a miscarriage could occur, or serious birth defects may be caused.

These diseases spread from person to person through the air. You can easily catch them by being around someone who is already infected.

The MMR vaccine is safe, effective, and can protect you from all three of these dangerous diseases.

Tuberculosis is a disease caused by germs that spread from person to person through the air. TB usually affects the lungs, but it can also affect other parts of the body, such as the brain, the kidneys, or the spine. A person with TB can die if they do not receive treatment.

TB is spread through germs that are put into the air when a person with TB of the lungs or throat coughs, sneezes, or speaks. These germs can stay in the air for several hours, depending on the environment. People who breathe the infected air can become infected; this is called latent TB infection.

There are tests that can be used to help detect TB infection: a skin test or TB blood test. The TB blood test measures how the patient’s immune system reacts to the germs that cause TB.

Failure to comply with these requirements will result in an academic hold placed on your account which prevents you from registering for classes, viewing your grades, or obtaining your official academic transcripts.

Receiving or confirming these immunizations ensures that Salt Lake Community College is taking preventative steps to keeping our community safe and healthy. If you have questions or concerns about receiving these immunizations, we suggest scheduling an appointment with our Family Nurse Practitioner to receive answers.

More Info about MMR and TB

Email or call 801-957-4268 for more information.