High Quality, Low Cost Health Care
We encourage active participation in your own health care.
Health Services strives to provide high quality, low cost health care services to university students. We treat a variety of medical conditions confidentially, compassionately, and without judgment. An emphasis on health education empowers students to be active participants in health care decisions and treatment.
Please bring your student ID card and form of payment when you need to be seen at
Return to campus COVID testing: if you did not receive a call from Health Services for additional testing, then your test was negative.
If you get tested, please notify Health Services of your test and result at COVID19reporting@callutheran.edu
If you need to report a case of COVID-19, of exposure to it, symptoms of it, or are
being tested for it please email COVID19reporting@callutheran.edu. For all other inquiries, please contact Health Services.
Free flu shots for students this year
Health Services has a limited supply of flu shots and an appointment is necessary. Please call our office for an appointment at (805) 493-3225.
1) Flu vaccine consent form- must be completed the day of your appointment.
2) Vaccine Information Statement (VIS)- please read before your appointment
Health Services is open by appointment only.
Please call our office for an appointment, (805) 493-3225, and proper triage before entering our office. Most office visits are through tele-health. Same day appointments are usually available for urgent needs.
We appreciate your understanding to keep other patients and students, as well as our staff, safe.
For updated university COVID-19 information and FAQs, please click here.
Required Health Forms available online!
For new, incoming students. To learn more, see our health forms webpage. Or start your Health Forms now:
New Athletes: you are required to complete your Health Forms and upload your immunization record, and download and complete your Pre-participation Physical Evaluation form which includes receiving a physical from your own provider, and you also must have medical insurance.