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The Office of Student Health Services

Beginning Monday May 18th Student Health Services will be closed for all medical visits

 Being away from home and ill can be worrisome and difficult. We in Student Health Services are here to help you. A team of physicians, nurse practitioners and nurses provide primary care: diagnosis, treatment and education for matriculated students.

Student Health Services is open Monday through Friday 8:30 - 5:00. Medical care is offered only during the fall and spring academic semesters.

Medical Visits are by appointment ONLY; Please call 914-251-7925 to schedule.

If you do not get an immediate answer please leave a message - someone will get back to you shortly.

When Health Services is closed, If emergency care is needed, call 6911 for immediate assistance. Also, Dr. Nancy Reuben, Medical Director, is on call after hours and on weekends if you need medical advice over the phone. Her phone number is (203) 506-1832.

BEFORE SEEKING TREATMENT WITH ANY OFF CAMPUS PROVIDER PLEASE CHECK TO ENSURE THAT THEY ACCEPT YOUR HEALTH INSURANCE.

If out-patient care is needed you may go to:

The Westchester Medical Group Urgent Care Center
210 Westchester Avenue, White Plains NY
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Hours
Monday-Friday: 8am-9pm
Saturday & Sunday: 9am-5pm

Phone: (914) 681-3100

No appointment necessary.


Doctors Express
359 N. Central Ave.
Hartsdale, NY 10530
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Hours
Monday–Friday: 8am-8pm
Saturday & Sunday: 8am–5pm

Phone: (914)448-2273 (CARE)

Discounted Prices!
Just Bring Your SUNY Purchase College ID

No appointment necessary.
Most Insurance Accepted + Medicare/Medicaid (4x less costly than ER for self pay)
LOW Wait times
Lab Work & X-rays on site
Patients Always seen by a physician


White Plains Urgent Care Walk In Medical Center
10 Chester Avenue White Plains
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Hours
Monday–Friday: 9am–7pm
Saturday & Sunday: 9am–3pm

Phone: (914) 448-1000


Students obviously may need to seek medical care and a visit to Health Services may necessitate missing a class. In most cases, a little planning would result in a minimum of missed academics.

Health Services advises students to communicate directly with professors if they are not feeling well enough to attend class, as “sick notes” are not routinely issued by Health Services.

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