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University Health Services

Health Services

Health Services
3307 Third Avenue West, Suite 110
Seattle, WA 98119-1922


Phone: 206-281-2231
Fax: 206-281-2674
Location: Watson Hall

SPU employees and students should contact Health Services with health related questions through our Secure Messaging portal

Health Services wishes you all a healthy and safe summer.

The Student Health Clinic will be closed from 6/11/22 - 9/7/22

Health Services administrative offices will reopen August 1, 2022

See our Clinic Hours information and how to access care when Health Services is closed.  


Health Services is open by appointment only

Monday - Friday 9:00 am- 4:30 pm. 

COVID Reporting: 

ALL SPU students and employees who are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms or who have tested positive are asked to stay home, stay apart from others and contact Health Services right away. 

During clinic hours please call Health Services at 206-281-2231 to report COVID information.  If the clinic is closed, please send a message through the secure messaging system and include a good phone number you can be reached on and the date your symptoms started and where you currently live. You can upload copies of test results here as well if you have them. 

If you are living on campus and it is not during Health Services clinic hours, you should also call your Residence Advisor, RLC or the Office of Safety and Security for instructions. They will ensure you can safely isolate from others.  

If you do not live on campus, you should notify Health Services and remain in your residence, and avoid close contact with others except to seek medical evaluation if necessary from your primary care provider or an area walk in clinic, urgent care center or emergency room.   

Those who have had a close contact confirmed exposure to a COVID-19 case should review the Isolation and Quarantine protocols for next steps. Contact Health Services if you have questions about what to do next. COVID-19 testing is available on campus in Health Services and in the SUB with  Curative. All positive test results must be reported to Health Services promptly. 

After reporting to Health Services you can find more information on what to do if you test positive or think you may have COVID can be found on the King County Public Health websiteThis website has information on symptoms to watch for and where to find free testing sites in King County. 



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