» Frequently Asked Questions
+ - Can I be seen at the Student Health Center if I do not have the Chapman Health Insurance?
Yes, all students that have paid the Student Health Center fee are eligible for services.
The university will NO LONGER automatically bill undergraduate student accounts for health insurance coverage. Beginning with the 2012/13 year, health insurance coverage will be an optional service (opt in) that can be purchased through the Student Business Office and charged to the student account.
+ - Do I need to turn in a completed Health Record form
All students who have paid the student health center fee are required to complete the Chapman University Health Record and Immunization form upon admission and submit it to the Student Health Center before attending school. Submission of a completed Health Record and Immunization form is mandatory, regardless if the student insurance is waived.
+ - How much does it cost to be seen at the Student Health Center?
There is no fee to be evaluated at the Student Health Center by the physician or nurse. There are additional charges for medications, lab work, injections, procedures, and women’s health care, but the cost is generally substantially less than you would pay elsewhere.
+ - What are your hours?
The Student Health Center is open from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday during regular semesters. Walk-in hours are available from 8:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m., but appointments are required for all afternoon visits. Physician or nurse practitioner visits always require an appointment. Please call the Student Health Center if you need to schedule an appointment (714) 997-6851. During the summer months and interterm, the Student Health Center will be closed on Fridays.
+ - Where do I go when the Student Health Center is closed?
In case of an emergency, call “911”.
If you need medical care after the Student Health Center is closed, non-emergency services are available at:
St. Joseph Heritage Medical Group
2501 E. Chapman Ave., Suite 101