On-campus health care

Medical Services provides a wide array of resources to keep you healthy and to assist you when you are sick or injured. As a primary care facility, we can address most medical issues. We’re your medical home here at Northern Arizona University, and provide the following services.

Urgent care services

Approximately 60 percent of our daily visits are available for walk ins. Providers working the clinic that day will see you based on when you arrived and the urgency of your situation.

Urgent care handles minor, acute illnesses and injuries by offering services including, but not limited to:

  • treatment for upper respiratory/sinus infections
  • breathing treatments for asthma
  • IV fluids and medications for vomiting and diarrhea
  • stitches for the treatment of cuts
  • splinting and new digital x-ray equipment for sprains and broken bones

If you need care after hours, call or visit:

Concentra Medical Center
1110 E. Route 66, Ste. 100
Phone: 928-773-9695
Monday – Friday, 8 a.m.– 8 p.m.
Saturday – Sunday, 8 a.m.– 4 p.m.

Troyer Urgent Care
1000 North Humphreys St. Suite 104
Phone: 928-779-3848

Flagstaff Medical Center
1200 North Beaver St.
Phone: 928-779-3366
24-hour emergency room

Chronic care services

Chronic care services is designed for those with ongoing health problems, including, but not limited to:

  • diabetes
  • asthma
  • high blood pressure
  • high cholesterol
  • headaches

Psychiatric services

Psychiatric services can help you to address:

  • depression
  • anxiety
  • bipolar disorder
  • ADHD medication management

Prevention services

Prevention services offer:

  • well women and men evaluations
  • STD assessments
  • contraception
  • travel physicals
  • general physicals
  • nutrition/dietary consultations
  • immunizations

Nursing services

Nursing services include, but are not limited to:

  • triage
  • allergy clinic—desensitization shots
  • wound care
  • blood pressure checks
  • evaluation and treatment of minor conditions by protocol
  • immunizations

Physical therapy

Physical therapy can help with various injuries, including, but not limited to:

  • treatment of ankle, knee and wrist sprains
  • post-operative therapies recommended by surgeons
  • evaluation and management of acute and chronic back pain
  • evaluation and management of balance and coordination problems associated with head injuries
  • recommendations for splinting and bracing

Massage therapy

Massage therapy provides:

  • general massage
  • massage to address specific injuries or conditions identified by providers

Radiology services

Radiology services provides:

  • new, state of the art computer radiology equipment
  • images immediately available to provider for review

Laboratory services

Benefits to laboratory services include:

  • laboratory technicians available in house during business hours
  • many lab tests done on-site with immediate results given to provider while you’re still in the clinic
    • lab tests not done in-house are sent to a reference lab with results available in 1-3 days

General medical references

Use these general medical references to stay healthy or help when you’re sick: