Appointments

Whether you’re a first-time visitor or a frequent patient, making an appointment at Student Health Services is easy. You can schedule online at HealthyPackPortal or call us at 919.515.2563.

Primary Care appointments

Routine appointments can be scheduled within 72 hours by phone at 919.515.2563 or via our HealthyPackPortal.  We do reserve a few appointments each day for students who are experiencing severe illness or injury.

Women’s Health appointments

If you need a procedure such as a colposcopy, endometrial biopsy, or IUD insertion, please call 919.515.2563. Routine office visits and well woman vists can be scheduled online at HealthyPackPortal.

Allergy Injections & Travel appointments

You can schedule allergy injection appointments in our Allergy Clinic and travel related appointemnts in our Travel Clinic. Please schedule through the HealthyPackPortal or by calling 919.515.2563.

Physical Therapy and Massage appointments

To make your first physical therapy appointment, please call 919.515.2563. Schedule subsequent appointments online through HealthyPackPortal. You must have a referral for physical therapy before we can see you. The referral can come from a doctor at the Student Health Center, your private physician, or a specialist. Massage appointments can be made by calling 919.515.2563 or via HealthyPackPortal.

Nutrition Counseling appointments

You can make an appointment online at HealthyPackPortal or by calling 919.515.2563.

Dental appointments

We are excited to announce that Student Health Services has contracted with Campus Smiles, who is now providing dental care to students, faculty and staff! To make a dental appointment call 919.515.8979.

Missed appointments

If you are unable to make your appointment, please call us at 919.515.2563 at least 24 hours in advance to cancel or reschedule. Student Health Services charges a $25 no-show fee for missed appointments.

Med-Safe Drop Box

We propose that you dispose your expired and unused medications in Med-Safe! This summer, the NC State Student Health Services received a grant from the Sustainability Fund and added a Med-Safe medication drop-box, just outside …read more.