How to Access Physical Health Services:
Students have access to diagnostic, preventive, and therapeutic health services.
- More information can be found on this webpage and through these resources:
- Student Health Insurance: Students with no private health insurance are enrolled into the CHSU Health Insurance Plan. Student can sign waiver or opt out of enrollment with proof of having private insurance coverage. Students can visit HSAC Web Portal to learn more about the Student Health Insurance and Providers.
- CHSU-COM Orientation materials
- Current Students webpage
When seeking preventative and physical healthcare services, CHSU-COM students can utilize the following facilities listed in the downloadable Health Care Services list below. Students can also find additional information on their student health insurance benefits by visiting the United Health Care Student Resource at www.uhcsr.com. Students with private health insurance must check with their insurance carrier for healthcare providers.
Our mission is to fully support the personal, social, and emotional well-being of CHSU students. In case of emergency, students should call 9-1-1.
CHSU-COM Psychological Counselor
The hiring of a Psychological Counselor is in progress. Due to the current COVID situation, these visits will be virtual until further notice. The access process will be distributed to students via email and the Current Students webpage as soon as hiring is complete.
CHSU WellConnect – a Mental Health Service for Students
WellConnect is a confidential mental health service for students. The service is now available; there is no cost to students. Individual counseling by licensed professionals is available 24/7 via WellConnect. Students have access to a therapist by phone, message, chat, or video. The website features information and assistance with relationships, emotional well-being, addiction, suicide prevention, wellness assessment and screening, legal and financial resources, and other health and wellness topics.
The WellConnect website features information and assistance with:
- Emotional well-being
- Wellness assessments and screening
- Legal and financial resources
- Suicide prevention
- Other health and wellness topics
Referrals to local mental health, financial, legal, housing, and childcare resources are also available.
How to reach WellConnect:
Access Code: CHSU-STU
Student Support Line: 866-640-4777
All contact with WellConnect is completely confidential. Our mission is to fully support the personal, social, and emotional well-being of CHSU students. You will need the CHSU access code every time you call or use the website.
Contact your Office of Student Affairs with questions or for additional information.
National Suicide Prevention Hotline:
National Suicide Prevention Hotline 24/7
COM Student Fatigue Mitigation Programming:
|COM OMS-I Orientation Week||“Sleep Deprivation and Fatigue – Strategies to Manage”||COM Student Affairs/Counseling Staff|
|COM OMS-II Orientation Days||“Importance of Sleep on Physical Health – Strategies for Board Prep While Maintaining Sleep”||COM Student Affairs/Counseling Staff|
|COM OMS-II during EPA 1 Course||“Fatigue Mitigation Training for Clerkships”||Clinical Education Department Staff|
|COM OMS-III during EPA 2 Course||“Patient Care and Fatigue – How to Self-Regulate”||Clinical Education Department Staff|
|COM OMS-IV during EPA 3 Course||“Fatigue Mitigation in Residency: Techniques/Tips”||GME Department Staff|