About Student Health Services

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Contact SHS

Location: First floor on the north side of the Burns Recreation Center

Phone: (310) 338-2881

Fax: (310) 338-4417

Email: LMUhealth@lmu.edu

SHS Office Hours

Monday 8am-5pm
Tuesday 8am-5pm
Wednesday 8am-5pm
Thursday 8am-5pm
Friday 8am-5pm

Note: SHS has extended office hours on Mondays and Wednesdays only during the academic year.

SHS Staff

The Student Health Services team includes physicians, nurse practitioners, registered nurses, an x-ray technologist, and trained support staff. 

Learn more about the Student Health Services staff.

Accreditation

Student Health Services (SHS) at Loyola Marymount University is a full-service medical office and is accredited by the Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care (AAAHC).

Quality medical care is the major goal of Student Health Services. The accreditation process evaluates the administration, quality of care, quality of management and improvement, clinical records, continued professional improvement, facilities and our commitment to the rights of patients. Accreditation provides students and parents the confidence that the Student Health Center processes are periodically reviewed by an outside agency.

All full-time students (enrolled in six or more units) are eligible to receive services at SHS, including students Please note that graduate and law students pay $50 per semester when they access the SHS.

Confidentiality

Medical records are confidential and are kept separate from all other university records. Records of students 18 years and older will not be released without the student's signed consent.

Mission Statement

Student Health Services (SHS) strives to create a safe and healthy campus community for by providing those services, opportunities, and experiences which support academic pursuits and personal development.

  • Provide individually focused cost-effective health care with uncompromising quality in both medical services and outcomes.
  • Offer accessible health care services for all students with acute  or chronic illnesses, including referrals to emergency services and/or medical specialists.
  • Treat disease and care for the physical, emotional, and spiritual lives of the diverse individuals we serve, consistent with our belief in God's presence in al our work.
  • Promote healthy behaviors and positive lifestyle choices and assist students in the pursuit of their goals and personal development in a supportive, respectful, and nonjudgmental environment.
  • Create and collaborate in campus-wide health education and training programs and promote leadership and service opportunities.
  • Serve as a resource for students, staff, and faculty.
  • Guide students through a process of reflection, self-discovery related to wellness and disease prevention.
  • Protect patent's right.