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Student Health Service

Medical Clinics

Medical care includes professional service, i.e., visits to a nurse, nurse practitioner, physician assistant or physician, laboratory tests, and medications avaliable from the pharmacy. There are charges for certain medications and certain laboratory tests.

Types of conditions we treat (this is not a complete list):

Colds Flu Sinus Infections
Allergies Asthma Pneumonia
Bronchitis Aches/Pains Urinary Tract Infections
Rashes Sore Throat/Strep Gastrointestinal Ailments
Sprains/Strains Cuts/Lacerations Animal Bites
Burns Eye/Ear Problems Sport Injuries
Vaccinations Travel Medicine Gynecological Services
Suture Removal Wart removal Care for acute illness and injury
Self-care cold table Support for emotional concerns Medication, prescription and non-prescription
Health education and consultation    

Dermatology Clinic

Appointments are made upon referral from the General Medical Clinic for the above specialty clinic.

 

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Contact Raul M. Sanchez, Senior Director for Title IX and Risk Management, Office of the President, 310 Administration Building, 
Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, NY 11794-0701, raul.sanchez@stonybrook.edu (631)-632-6975
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