University at Albany

General Medical Care

The General Medical Care Clinic at the UAlbany Student Health Services provides medical services similar to a Family Physician’s office.

Medical Conditions seen at Student Health Services consist of:

  • Respiratory symptoms including coughs, colds, flu like illness
  • Musculoskeletal complaints including sprains, strains, evaluation for fractures
  • Evaluation of psychiatric complaints including sleep disorders, depression and anxiety
  • Rashes and other dermatologic conditions
  • Minor surgical procedures:
    • Laceration repair
    • Abscess drainage
  • School Related Physical Exams

Additional Medical Services Include:

  • Sexually Transmitted Infection testing and treatment
  • HIV testing
  • Immunizations
  • TB Skin testing (PPD’s)

Services are provided by appointment by calling 518-442-5229 (students can usually be scheduled with a same day appointment on the day they call for sick visits).

All M.D.s, D.O.s, PA-C's, and ARNP's are licensed/certified to practice general medicine including clinical exams, diagnosis, labs, treatments, referrals and prescription services.

Whenever possible, we encourage students to establish a relationship with a provider and to request him/her for continuity of care.