The UNC Charlotte Student Health Center provides primary medical care, disease prevention, health education, wellness promotion, and various specialty services to all registered UNC Charlotte students, regardless of the type of health insurance they carry.
The Student Health Center also provides the campus with important public health services:
The Student Health Center is responsible for making sure students comply with North Carolina’s immunization requirement. We also administer flu and other vaccines that are not required by law. See the Immunizations page for more information. Click here to go to the Immunization Form.
The Student Health Center is part of the campus team that coordinates responses to infectious disease outbreaks and is the university’s liaison to the Mecklenburg County Health Department.
The original Student Health Center opened on March 24, 1971 in the Brocker Health Service building, named in honor of Edith P. Brocker, first dean of UNC Charlotte’s School of Nursing. The growth of the university necessitated a larger building and on October 10, 2007, the new Student Health Center opened. At nearly 32,000 square feet, the new building is almost triple the size of the Brocker building and features 21 medical exam rooms including two negative pressure rooms that can be used to prevent the spread of infectious bacteria. The Brocker building has been renamed Memorial Hall and is home to the Army ROTC and Air Force ROTC.
The Student Health Center is accredited by The Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care, also known as AAAHC. Formed in 1979, it is a leader in ambulatory (out-patient) health care accreditation. Its high standards require the Student Health Center to maintain excellent quality of patient care. AAAHC currently accredits over 4,000 health care organizations including the majority of college health centers that are accredited.
The Student Health Center laboratory is accredited by COLA, the premier clinical laboratory education, consultation, and accreditation organization. COLA accreditation enables clinical laboratories to meet CLIA and other regulatory requirements.