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Keeping yourself healthy is even more important now, and Campus Health Services (CHS) is committed to helping you do that by continuing to offer in-person health and telehealth services to students, faculty, and staff. Our goal remains the health and safety of our NAU community.
Depending on the need, appointments with providers are available in person or via HIPAA-protected telehealth meetings. Appointments can be self-scheduled online through our patient portal, by phone, or in person with a patient services staff member. Same-day appointments and immediate care services are available. In addition to caring for illness or injury, we offer routine immunizations, well woman and man care, allergy desensitization injections, physical therapy, trans-care, nutrition counseling, psychiatric care, laboratory services, and physicals.
Our clinic is maintained in accordance with the most recent CDC guidelines for infection prevention and care models that minimize the risk of illness transmission during your visit. Please be wearing a mask when you arrive.
Path to Care
To ensure quick access to mental health care, CHS offers path to care appointments. These brief meetings are an opportunity for an individual to explore their concerns with a behavioral health provider and then, with consideration of the comprehensive resources offered both on- and off-campus, determine the most appropriate path to care. As with other CHS appointments, individuals can attend appointments via a combination of in-person and telehealth formats.
Counseling Services plans to offer their full range of services during fall 2020, including individual counseling, group counseling, and 24/7 crisis intervention. Services will be provided via a combination of in-person and telehealth formats, depending on student and staff needs and following CDC guidelines. Additionally, Counseling Services will continue to support the campus community with a broad range of outreach efforts, including how to support a student in distress and resources related to managing anxiety, loneliness, and isolation.
During the pandemic, Health Promotion will continue to offer virtual workshops and online programs to help you stay healthy and well.