Our experienced staff, consisting of a team of board-certified physicians, nurse practitioners, registered nurses and medical assistants, is dedicated to providing accessible, high quality medical care for students during their time at WWU, including preventive services, evaluation and treatment of acute and chronic medical illnesses, and health education.
Our dedicated team of behavioral health providers includes primary care physicians, nurse practitioners and psychiatrists. Psychiatric medication management services remain accessible for both new and existing patients through confidential and secure virtual visits. For patients new to medication management services or with questions about virtual visits, we have a team member available by telephone to determine the best next steps in your care.
If you are seeking counseling, please call the Counseling and Wellness Center M-F 9:00a-4:00p to talk to a counselor. If you are in crisis you can speak with a counselor 24/7, please call 360-650-3164 and press "1" to reach an after-hours counselor.
The Student Health Center welcomes LGBTQ+ students to address their holistic health needs in an inclusive, supportive setting. We are committed to creating a welcoming space where students can ask questions, be heard and collaborate.
Injury + Rehabilitation
Injury rehabilitation is designed to assist students in recovering from injury through the use of exercise, manual therapies and modalities. Attention is also given to identifying underlying causes of injury to prevent re-injury and to enable students to function optimally.
Sexual Health is dedicated to providing confidential information, exams and treatment, and contraception to all students with sexual health or reproductive concerns. During COVID-19, most visits can be first addressed in a virtual appointment and followed by an in-person exam, if needed.