Questions about SHIP or Insurance Waivers should be directed to the Bursar's office by calling (707) 638-5253 or by email at


keep calm and wash your hands               

cover your cough




Hospital Emergency Rooms and medical clinics are being inundated with people exhibiting flu like symptoms.  There are students in class and study halls with coughs and cold symptoms.  The Student Health Center has obtained more masks and has placed them in the Library and study halls to be used by those who are sneezing and have coughs.   Please also take time to over your cough.   Also remember good hand washing hygiene.  Please take time to read the following regarding flu and flu symptoms.


FLU SYMPTOMS:  Onset is abrupt. Fever can rise quickly and may peak to 101 to 104 degrees Fahrenheit within 12 to 24 hours.  Aches are usually severe.  Chills are fairly common.  Fatigue and weakness usually present more than normally noticed.  There have been complaints of occasional sneezing and /or stuffy nose and occasional sore throat.  GI symptoms are usually found in children as opposed to adults.  Flu can lead to pneumonia.


COLD SYMPTOMS:  Onset is gradual. Fever is usually low grade, if present.  May have some fatigue and aches but, not thought to be severe as in flu.  Chills are not common.  There is generally stuffy, runny nose, sneezing, and occasionally a sore throat.

Comfort measures for those with a fever include: keeping the room comfortably cool, increasing fluids to include water and or diluted fruit juices.  Do not use cold water or ice to bring temperature down as it can cause shivering and make the fever worse.  Tylenol may be indicated if not allergic or contraindicated. 

 For those with rising temperature and /or dehydration contact your physician, clinic, or ER.



 Welcome to the Student Health Center   

Main desk: 707-638-5220   Email:

The following services are offered at no charge to students currently enrolled in The College of Osteopathic Medicine/Master of Science in Medical Health Science, College of Educational Health/Masters of Science of Physician Assistant Studies/MPH, Independent MPH Program, College of Pharmacy/Master of Science in Medical Health Science programs regardless of insurance, College of Nursing:  

    • Annual Tuberculosis Screening
    • Annual Seasonal Free Influenza Vaccinations open to faculty and employees
    • Care for Non-Urgent Episodic Illnesses by a licensed Nurse Practitioner
    • Medical supervision and coverage by a licensed Osteopathic Physician
    • Initial and Mandatory Urine Drug Screens
    • PPD skin testing, Flu vaccination and Drug Screening Events
    • Travel Consultations and Immunizations
    • Health Education Resources

Services provided at substantially reduced rates:

      • Immunizations and Serological Titers 
      • Laboratory Testing
      • Diagnostic Chest X-rays

Administrative Services/Rotation Clearance

    • Management (collect, track and report) of Students' Health Requirement Documents necessary for Clinical Rotations  
    • Certificates of Immunity and Health Applications as requested by the Clinical Education Departments (CED) and Primary Care Departments (PCD) for rotation purposes

List of Services provided to students with appointments with our Nurse Practitioner: 


  • Emergency Medication
  • Bridge Medication
  • Birth Control 

Women’s Health:

  • General Woman Concerns
  • Contraception Consultation
  • UTI Check
  •  Pregnancy test check
  • Yeast Infections


  • Measles, Mumps & Rubella
  • Varicella
  •  Hepatitis A & B
  • T-Dap
  • Flu
  • PPD

Eyes, Ear, Nose & Throat:

  • Eye infections
  • Minor Eye injuries Ear Pain
  • Ear Wax Wash (lavage)
  • Sore Throat
  • Sinus Infections
  • Strep Test Check
  • Seasonal Allergies


  • BP Check
  • Vision Check
  • Weight Check
  • Temp Check


  • Chest X-Ray
  • Lab slips
  • Urine Drug Screens


  • Acne
  • Rash/Bug Bites
  • Animal/Human Bites
  •  Fungal Infections
  • Minor cuts/injury
  • Minor Burns


  • Travel Consultation
  • Travel RX
  • Health education resources


  • STD Screening
  • Minor Sprain
  • Cough
  • Cold
  • Flu
  • Nausea
  • Vomiting
  • Stress and Anxiety
  • Headache/Migraines
  • Dizziness/Fatigue
  • Foot Pain
  • Back Pain
  • Muscle/Skeletal Pain
  • Tooth Aches
  • Acid Reflex
  • Diarrhea
  • Constipation



New Incoming Students (Graduating Class of 2020 and Beyond)

All new incoming students in the clinical programs are required to create an account with CastleBranch(CB).  Once an account is created students must upload their immunizations and health documents to the online Medical Document Manager in CB.  Go to the Student Health sidebar tab labeled Entering Students Immunizations & Health Requirements for more information about the requirements for clinical programs.  

Continuing Students (Graduating Class of 2018 & 2019)

To Access copies of your documents from E-value, please follow the instructions listed below:

  • Go to
  • Log into your E-value profile
  • If you can't remember your login please call Student Health to assist.  We can help you reset your password
  • Click on reports
  • Click on Personal Records
  • Click on view Record Status
  • The next screen shows your current immunization and health record in E*value.   
  • Click on the paperclip logo to download or print out your documents