Ill or Injured
The Health Services medical staff consists of physicians, nurse practitioners, nurses, medical assistants. We offer a team approach to helping you address your health concern. We provide the same type of care you receive from your primary health care provider at home or in your hometown.
Medical Care at UNH Health Services
You can meet with a Health Services clinician for medical evaluation, treatment and if necessary, referrals for a variety of common health concerns including:
- Respiratory infections (e.g., cough, asthma attacks, etc.)
- Injuries (e.g., sprains, strains, acute pain, fractures, concussions, etc.)
- Infections (e.g.,conjunctivitis, ear infections, sore throats, urinary tract infections, etc.)
- Seasonal flu
- Mental health
- Routine physcials for a variety of reasons
- Dermatology (e.g., acne, wart removal, evaluation/treatment of rashes, etc.)
- Intestinal disorders
- Sexually transmitted infections (STIs) testing and treatment
- HIV testing and counseling
- Travel immunizations
- Women’s health
- Routine pelvic and breast exams
- Vaginal infections
- Pregnancy testing and options counseling/education
- Abnormal Pap Smear follow-up and treatment
- Contraception options counseling/ education and prescriptions
- Emergency contraception
- Men's health
- Transgender health
- Pre-employment physicals
- Worker’s Compensation visits
Some Examples of Other Health Concerns:
We can assist with these health concerns (and many more).
- Tick bites, insect stings, etc.
- Acute allergic reactions
- Abdominal pain (uncomplicated history)
- Acute nausea/vomiting
- Headache, e.g. acute migraine
- Ear pain
- Flank pain
- Complementary Services Available for Health Concerns
*We do not provide dental or vision care. Call (603) 862-2856 for referrals to local providers.
It is the policy of the University of New Hampshire Health Services that individual medical excuses are not provided for students missing classes or exams due to illness. It is the student’s responsibility to inform professors of illness or reasons for absence. This policy is supported by the Academic Standards and Advising Committee. Professors are advised to consult with their Associate Dean.