You can also use the Hopkins Dentistry Office

The Hopkins Outpatient Pharmacies offer a discount to everyone with a Hopkins badge. Our mail order pharmacy is provided by Caremark

Information about other clinical centers, departments, and lab services (including the phlebotomy lab) can be found from the hospital's clinical services webpage.

University Health Services

All full-time students, trainees, residents, and fellows on the East Baltimore Campus have access to the University Health Services. Spouses/domestic partners who are on the EHP Student Health Program are also eligible to be seen at UHS. UHS provides medical, mental health and wellness services for its patients. Their team is staffed with internal medicine physicians, psychiatrists, a licensed psychologist, nurse practitioners (including a women's health nurse practitioner), and licensed clinical social workers assisted by our clinical and administrative staff. UHS staff will assist you with your medical appointment scheduling, billing and insurance questions.

In the case of an emergency, please call 911, or go to the nearest emergency department.

Primary Care
Location: 933 N. Wolfe St Baltimore MD 21205
Hours: Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. and 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.
To request an appointment: call 410-955-3250

Do you have questions about your Student Health Plan? Medical Billing? Or the UHS?

Olha Gudesblat, the Assistant Manager of University Health Services, and Chrissy St Clair, the Manager of Student Benefits recently sat down with the GSA to share their knowledge and answer students questions. Check the links below to watch the recording, and browse through their informative slides!

SOM Graduate SHP Slide Deck 
UHS Slide Deck

  1. 1

    Manage Your Appointments

    Securely get answers to your medical questions from the comfort of your home

  2. 2

    View Test Results

    No more waiting for a phone call or letter, view your results and your doctor's comments within days

  3. 3

    Communicate with your provider

    Securely get answers to your medical questions from the comfort of your home

  4. 4

    Request Prescription Refills

    Send a request to renew your medication prescriptions.


Mental Health

National Suicide Prevention Hotline: Call 1-800-273-TALK (8255)

Crisis Text Line: Text "hello" to 741741

In the case of an emergency, please call 911, or go to the nearest emergency department.

Student Mental Health Services - East Baltimore

To request and appointment call: 410-955-1892
Urgent care after hours: call 410-955-1892 and press "0" (which will connect you to the Johns Hopkins Hospital page operator) and request the University Health Services-> Mental Health psychiatrist on call.

Please visit the Website for more information.

There is no out-of-pocket expense for visits to the UHS Mental Health program, and you will be seen as many times as is medically necessary to be treated for your condition. All visits are kept in the strictest confidence.

Additional external and internal resources can be found below

Center for Health, Education, and Wellness

The Center for Health Education and Wellness (CHEW for short) provides health education programming and services to the student population to foster a healthier JHU community.

CHEW proactively responds to the needs of a diverse undergraduate and graduate student population, with an emphasis on the prevention of illness and risk reduction practices.

The CHEW CREW, consisting of professional staff and students (Hopkins Kicks Butts, Bystander Intervention Training (BIT), peer health educators (PEEPS), and Stressbusters), offers a variety of programs that support and affirm student health and wellness through the delivery of fun and interactive programming.

To explore more about programs and resources available to students please reach out.

Questions:, 410-516-8369
Websites: &
Instagram: @CHEWatJHU & @JHUWellbeing
Complete List of Resources:

Health Education

Meet with CHEW staff members for a well-being consultation on stress management, sleep, time management, holistic well-being, or sexual well-being.

East Baltimore - Carol Spencer (
Homewood - Molly Hutchinson (

Gender Violence Prevention and Education

Programs are focused on bystander intervention, survivor support, healthy relationships, and more.

1. GVP & Ed Assistant Director: Alyse Campbell (
2. GVP Coordinators: Jay Blake ( or Tyler Conzone (

Alcohol and Other Drug Education

Programs are tailored to educating on alcohol and other drugs and harm reduction strategies and spaces for sober students to come together to support each other


Behavioral Health Crisis Support Team (BHCST)

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BHCST provides free 24/7/265 tele service (410-516-9355) for students to reach out or report

Provides On-site clinicians at 550 N Broadway during weekdays (9:30 am - 9:30 pm)

Denton A. Cooley Center This is the main gym for the East Baltimore campus. Memberships are FREE to full time graduate students, and includes access to weight rooms, locker rooms and showers, raquetball courts, basketball courts and an indoor track. There is an outdoor pool open memorial day through labor day, and a student membership can be purchased starting at $70. Students must pay for exercise classes. The Cooley center hosts intramural sports leagues in fall, winter and spring!

Cooley Center Satellite (JHSPH, 9th floor)  Graduate students who have a membership at Cooley have access to the fitness center in the School of Public Health. Gym is equipped with cardio machines, weights and a locker room with showers. No group fitness classes are held here.

Ralph O'Connor Gym (Homewood Campus)  Memberships at the Undergraduate Campus are available to all East Baltimore graduate students. Cost of membership is $96/6 months, or $192/annual. Gym membership includes full access to weight rooms, cardio machines, indoor track, basketball courts, rock climbing, indoor pool and locker rooms and more.

Spiritual/Religious Services

Spiritual Care and Chaplaincy Office

Location: Halsted 144
Hours: Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Contact: 410-955-5843

Interfaith Chapel

Location: The Arcade, Main Level
Hours: Open 24 hours a day

SKCCC Meditation Room

Location: Lobby of the Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center
Hours: Open 24 hours a day

The Arcade Meditation Room

Location: The Arcade, Main Level, Room (2150B)
Hours: Open 24 hours a day

Bloomberg Children's Center Meditation Room

Location: 3rd Floor Room 33351
Hours: Open 24 hours a day

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Created by: Juliane Liberto. Page last updated: 06/23