Health Services

Health Services offers confidential medical care to Geneseo students. This care is similar to the services received from your primary care provider (PCP) at home. Our goal is to help you maintain a healthy lifestyle both at Geneseo and beyond. Our experienced healthcare professionals are highly qualified to provide a wide range of primary care services. We strive to make our services accessible and equitable to all students. Most services for enrolled students are covered by your Student Health Fee

Services Available

Primary Medical Care

Our primary health care services include diagnosis and treatment provided by a licensed providers (physician/nurse practitioners) and registered nurses. We treat common medical complaints including colds, sore throats, respiratory illness, ear aches, stomach upsets, sprained ankles, urinary complaints, and sexually transmitted infections (STIs). We also provide care for students with more chronic medical conditions such as asthma, diabetes, and eating disorders.

We are a Medical Home that is student-centered, comprehensive, team-based, accessible, and quality-focused. Allow us to be part of your health care team!

Review our Cancellation and No Show policy regarding missed appointments.

STI and Other Medical Testing

Health Services provides testing for all common Sexual Transmitted Infections (STIs). We also offer a number of other in-house lab tests, including rapid strep testing, rapid mono testing, influenza, urinalysis, and pregnancy testing. Additional laboratory tests can be drawn by Health Services and sent to our outside laboratory facility, Quest Pittsburgh. (Contact your health insurance company to verify that this lab is in your network. We also recommend asking if you are required to obtain pre-authorization for labs.)


Health Services provides many medications to treat common and chronic health conditions as well as the Emergency Contraceptive Pill (ECP). See Medication Information for additional details on provided medications as well as preventative services.

South Village Health Center

Health Services also offers a clinic conveniently located on the South Side of campus. South Village Health Center (SVHC) is on the north side of Onondaga Hall, with a is a separate outdoor entrance for patients.

The SVHC hours are Wednesdays, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Students can take advantage of convenient appointment access and additional availability by schedule with the student health portal, My Health.

Specialist Referrals

Our health clinicians provide referrals to area specialists and/or hospitals as needed. If you are looking for a referral to a dentist, oral surgeon, or ophthalmologist/optometrist, visit Health Specialists.

Resource Nurse

Our Campus Community Resource Nurse (CCRN) is available to provide care, information, and advice to all SUNY Geneseo students.

My Health Portal

Through your student health portal, My Health, you can schedule and cancel health appointments. You can also communicate with your health providers by using our Secure Message system.

After Hours Consultation

When Health Services is closed, we have a Nurse Advice Line. This service, Fone Med, offers consultations with a registered nurse. Reach this line by calling the main Health Services number (585-245-5736) after hours or call Fone Med directly at 877-861-5005.

Health Services does not provide emergency treatment and does not take the place of a hospital or emergency room. For additional after hours options, see our Health Crisis & Emergency Resources.

If you have a question or concern and would like a specific response, email the Medical Director, Dr. Christian Wightman, at To provide anonymous feedback, use the Student Health and Counseling Feedback Form.