Student Health & Wellness Center
Student Health & Wellness Center
SHWC Response to COVID-19
You must wear a face covering to enter the health center. Please visit our COVID-19 page for more detailed information on our response.
Don’t Wait! Vaccinate!
JHU is currently offering on-campus COVID-19 vaccine clinics. For more vaccine-related information, see the JHU COVID Vaccination page.
New Medication Vending Machine
The SHWC is now offering a “wellness-to-go” vending machine featuring a curated selection of over-the-counter products recommended by SHWC healthcare professionals and available for prices well below what you’d pay at a retail pharmacy. Learn more and view a list of available products.
We Welcome Your Feedback
We strive to provide high-quality health care and well-being resources that recognize the values, experiences, and needs of our diverse student community. We believe that a confidential, mutually respectful partnership between you and our staff and providers is the foundation necessary to develop and maintain optimal health and well-being. Understanding your PDF Document: rights and responsibilities and engaging your feedback about services is central to this partnership.
Your feedback is important to us, so if you had a good experience or have helpful suggestions, we encourage you to share that directly with the staff or provider in the office you visited. Our providers are trained to listen, answer your questions, and work with you to resolve concerns. For questions or concerns that arise prior to working with a provider, or if you feel it is best to speak with someone other than your provider, please share using our online feedback form.
The Student Health and Wellness Center provides high quality, confidential health care to eligible students of the Homewood and Peabody campus communities.
Our health care staff consists of board-certified physicians, nationally certified nurse practitioners, registered nurses, and medical assistants.
Services offered include:
- Acute and chronic illness care
- Alcohol and other drug problem assessments; smoking cessation counseling
- Allergy injections
- Concerns about eating behaviors, weight and nutrition
- International travel consults and related immunizations
- Physical exams and routine immunizations
- Reproductive health care (contraceptives, confidential testing for sexually transmitted/HIV infections, emergency contraception)
- Specialist referrals when needed
The SHWC is accredited through the Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care.
Student health information held by the Student Health and Wellness Center is protected by federal and state laws, including the federal Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) and the Maryland Confidentiality of Medical Records Act.
These laws protect the privacy of students’ health information and prohibit its disclosure without appropriate consent, except under limited circumstances.
We are committed to protecting the privacy of our patients’ medical records in compliance with all applicable laws.
News & Announcements
Dashboard showing COVID-19 test data among employees, students expanded
New enhancements include daily updates, city and state trends, and information on positive cases by university division
Dashboard tracks COVID-19 test data among JHU employees, students
Data will be updated weekly to reflect results of testing conducted by the university
Wearing a mask protects you and those around you
New research co-led by a Johns Hopkins researcher suggests face coverings reduce viral exposure, limiting both transmission and severe disease. But is that evidence enough to turn the tide of public opinion now that masks have become politicized?
Sexual misconduct policy, procedures updated
New Title IX regulations introduce changes to how schools must respond to some allegations of sexual misconduct
Plans for fall undergraduate experience announced
University will resume on-campus activities while preserving flexibility for those who cannot or do not wish to return to campus
Why COVID-19 poses greater risks for men
Johns Hopkins biologist Sabra Klein discusses why men tend to be affected more severely and require hospitalization from COVID-19