Medical Services

Make an appointment

Call us at 317-274-8214 to make an appointment or speak with a member of the Campus Health team. You’re welcome to walk into the clinic to seek an appointment, too. We handle those on a first-come, first-served basis. We are located at Lockefield Village on the first floor.

If you’re going to be late or can’t make your appointment, please call us as soon as possible. If you are more than 15 minutes late, we will reschedule your appointment. If you have a medical emergency, call 911 or visit the nearest emergency room immediately.

Birth control for every body

Campus Health can now provide a variety of contraceptive options to students. No cost to you. No judgement. Call 317-274-8214 to make an appointment to access these services.

This service is available through a partnership with PATH4YOU, a program committed to providing people throughout Indiana with high-quality, non-coercive, and patient-centered access to all forms of birth control.

Learn more about PATH4YOU

COVID-19 testing and boosters

IU Indianapolis students can make an appointment with a provider at Campus Health if you are sick and need evaluation for a COVID-19 test. If you receive a positive test result, please report through IU’s self-report form. You’ll receive detailed instructions via your IU email account from IU contact tracers about isolation and next steps.

The Pfizer 2023-24 COVID-19 booster is also available at Campus Health. Be sure to bring your insurance card to your appointment.

Protect IU has additional information and resources online about COVID-19.

Medical services we offer

We can handle most of your medical concerns, including sinus infections, earaches, colds, flu, pink eye, abdominal pain, and more. And when necessary, we can write the prescriptions you need to get well or manage your condition. We offer physical exams for school or personal reasons, and we can also help with sprains, joint pain, back pain, sports injuries, abrasions, and lacerations.

Wellness (biometric) screenings are available for all students. It includes a blood pressure reading, height, weight, BMI, glucose, and cholesterol measurements. Wellness screens can be done on a walk-in basis or with a scheduled appointment. Please be mindful that they are fasting appointments.

We can assist you with a wide range of services, including:

  • Annual exams
  • Breast exams
  • Cervical cancer screenings (PAP testing)
  • Contraception advising and prescriptions
  • Bladder infection (UTI) treatment
  • STI counseling and testing
  • Pregnancy testing
  • Vaginitis evaluation
  • HPV vaccinations
  • Emergency contraception

Get the sexual health answers you need in a judgment-free environment. We help patients with a variety of sexual health concerns, symptoms, and questions. Sexual health is important across all sexual orientations and gender identities—we are here to help ALL students.

We can assist you with:

  • Male sexual health
  • Penile, anal, or vaginal discharge; burning with urination
  • Genital lesions
  • STI testing and treatment
  • Free rapid HIV testing
  • Free pregnancy testing
  • HIV PrEP

STI testing is also available during the school year at our monthly Know Your Status events. Health and Wellness Promotion offers the Safer Sex Supplies program to IU Indianapolis students for free.

One of the most important things you can do to safeguard your health is stay current on your vaccinations. You can get many of the vaccinations you need at Campus Health, including:

  • MMR (Measles, Mumps, and Rubella)
  • Tdap
  • Influenza
  • COVID-19
  • Hepatitis A and B
  • Varicella (Chicken Pox)
  • Meningitis ACWY and Men B
  • Human Papillomavirus (HPV)
  • Polio
  • Typhoid Fever
  • Yellow Fever
  • Rabies
  • Japanese Encephalitis

TB tests

All new international students must get a TB (tuberculosis) test. If you’ve had the BCG vaccine, you may need to get a blood test rather than the skin test. We can help you determine which one is best for you.

All health care students must complete the tuberculosis symptom questionnaire and get a QuantiFERON IGRA blood test.

You can access your TB test results in the patient portal.

We provide travel medicine services for IU Indianapolis faculty, staff, and students who are traveling internationally. Non-affiliated persons with in-network insurance may also be seen. If you are going out of the country, make an appointment with us to discuss vaccinations, prescriptions, and other health information you need to know before you travel. Call 317-274-8214 to make an appointment.

What we can discuss during your appointment

  • Destination specific diseases of concern
  • Vaccines needed
  • Medications needed for disease prevention and treatment
  • Plan for handling health and allergy treatment during travel
  • Medical resources available during your trip
  • Discuss general preventive health and travel recommendations with destination specific education and risk reduction measures.
  • Post travel follow up appointment (if needed)

Visiting Campus Health or finding after-hours care

Your health is our top priority. By visiting Campus Health when you have a medical concern or are feeling sick, you can quickly get seen by a provider, get to feeling better, and get back to focusing on being a college student.

Appointments are strongly recommended. Walk-in appointments will be accommodated on a first-come, first-served basis and will be given the first available appointment time for that day. We usually can get you in the same day or a nurse may triage your concerns to determine the urgency if there are no same-day appointments available.

To schedule an appointment, please call 317-274-8214.

If you become ill or are injured, and you need medical care that cannot wait until Campus Health opens the next business day, please visit an emergency room or immediate care facility. See below for locations near the IU Indianapolis campus.

IU Health Urgent Care Centers
Enter your zip code to find a clinic close to you.

Eskenazi Health
1002 W. 10th Street, Indianapolis, IN
*Emergency entrance located on Wishard Blvd.
Operator: 317-639-6671

Eskenazi Health Center of Hope
1001 W. 10th Street
*Emergency entrance located on Wishard Blvd.
Adolescent and Adult Center of Hope (ages 16 and older): 317-630-7646
Pediatric Center of Hope (ages 15 and younger): 317-274-4673
The Center of Hope provides comprehensive care for victims of sexual assault or family violence. 

IU Health Methodist Hospital
1701 N Senate Blvd, Indianapolis, IN
Emergency Room: 317-962-8355

CVS Minute Clinic

Walgreens Take Care Clinic

Should you get prescribed medication by our providers or need help managing your medication while at IU Indianapolis, there are several pharmacy options near campus. Explore the list below to find a pharmacy near you that best meets your needs.

University Hospital Retail Pharmacy





Sometimes, your health concerns are bigger, immediate, and require a quick decision. Knowing when to call 911 or when to visit an emergency room is key. Here are some instances when you might seek those options. 

  1. If an individual seems confused and very sleepy or cannot be awakened
  2. Experiencing chest pain with shortness of breath, nausea, and/or sweating
  3. Loss of consciousness
  4. Uncontrollable bleeding
  5. Fractures

If you are an incoming student—or a parent of one—it will be important to ensure you have everything you need. Here are some tips to make your medical care a priority and ensure an easy transition to campus.

  1. Check to see if a physical exam is required prior to attending classes.
  2. Make sure you know the name and dose of any medication you take and have an adequate supply to get started.
  3. We experience every season in Indianapolis, so be able to list all your allergies.
  4. Be able to provide proof of vaccinations based on the requirements of IU Indianapolis and the school/program in which you are enrolled.
  5. Call your health insurance provider to ask about coverage and co-pays when visiting the Campus Health clinic.
  6. Know where the Campus Health clinic is located on a campus map. (Hint: Look for Lockefield Village.)
  7. If Campus Health is closed, do you know where to go? Locate other clinics for immediate or urgent care.
  8. Being able to handle fevers, sprains, or minor ailments can help you in college and in life. We recommend brushing up on your basic first aid knowledge.

If you are under the age of 18, please have your parent or guardian fill out our Minor Consent Form and bring it with you to Campus Health.

Notice for medical students

At the Indianapolis campus, medical students can access vaccines, primary care, preventative, and women’s health services at IU Indianapolis Campus Health. Other diagnostic or therapeutic health services not available at this location can be accessed by referral. Urgent care needs can be accessed at IU Health Methodist Hospital or IU Health Urgent Care Centers. The IU School of Medicine permits students to be excused from required educational experiences to seek needed care under the IU School of Medicine Time Away Policy.