When You’re a Shark, You’re Family.

At the NSU Health Student Medical Center your health and well-being is our top priority. We offer a wide variety of general health and wellness services to enrolled students. 

Services available:

  • physical exams
  • annual female exams
  • vaccinations
  • STI prevention, testing and treatment
  • birth control
  • general illness

Why NSU?

While many colleges look out for their students’ health, NSU is a top medical university with a large range of primary and specialty care services. Parents can have peace of mind that their child attends a school grounded in health care — with easy on-campus access to seasoned health care professionals. Students are kept feeling their best by the best. 

Our friendly staff of physicians are board certified in multiple specialties, from internal medicine to emergency medicine. Whether you’re feeling under the weather or simply need to confide in an expert, visit our on-campus facility to get the health care you deserve on your path to success.

Call to Schedule an Appointment (954) 262-1262

Find a Health Care Specialist

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Have a specific health concern? Attending NSU means you get access to our nationally recognized health care programs and its physicians. Appointments at NSU Health provides specialty care in allergy, internal medicine, dental, obstetrics/gynecology, vision, osteopathic manipulative medicine, sports medicine and more. Students with student-sponsored insurance may find additional specialists on the United Healthcare site.

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Student Mental Health Care

Pursuing a degree can be a stressful time, but know you’re not alone. NSU Health offers mental health support on campus through Henderson Student Counseling Services. Call (954) 424-6911 to make an appointment. To set you up for success in your appointment, please download the PDF with instructions on getting started.

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Medications needed for mental health conditions will be dispensed through a Psychiatrist. The Student Medical Center does not prescribe or refill controlled substances.

Important Student Health Care Information

If you have a medical emergency, please call 911. A free-standing emergency room is available 24 hours a day / 7 days a week within walking distance of our NSU Ft. Lauderdale/Davie campus. 

Immunization and Physical Exam
Immunization forms are to be turned in to your college directly. Please contact the Student Affairs Office of the college you are enrolling for more information. Please fill out the HPD Immunization and Physical Exam Form.

On-Campus Housing Immunization Forms
Students living in NSU on-campus housing should please fill out the On-Campus Housing Immunization Form.

Vaccine Information
To learn more about the benefits and risks of vaccines, please visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website.

Copayments and deductibles will be collected at the time of services rendered.

Some insurance policies require a primary care provider (PCP) designation.  In such cases, please be sure to designate an NSU physician as your PCP prior to visiting the Student Medical Center.

United Healthcare copays are waived when you are seen in the NSU Health Student Medical Center. 

For a list of physicians and participating insurance carriers, please click on the link below

View Participating Insurance Carriers and Physicians

NSU Health has implemented a late arrival policy to make your visit more comfortable and minimize your wait time. Please arrive a minimum of ten minutes prior to your scheduled appointment time to complete the check-in process. We respect the importance of our students’ busy lifestyles; those who arrive late will be asked to reschedule their appointment so we don’t disrupt the flow of the rest of our appointments.

Your health care is in good hands: NSU Health is committed to protecting your privacy. Get started with your request below. 

Note: Once you select NSU Health Student Medical Center(s). Select the form, “Student Medical Authorization of PHI”

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You should seek medical attention immediately following an exposure incident.

An exposure that might place NSU Health Providers at risk for Hepatitis B Virus, Hepatitis C Virus, or HIV infection is defined as a percutaneous injury (e.g., a needlestick or cut with a sharp object) or contact of mucous membrane or non-intact skin (e.g., exposed skin that is chapped, abraded or afflicted with dermatitis) with blood, tissue or other bodily fluids that are potentially infectious.¹

If you have concerns regarding an exposure that occurs while on campus please contact NSU’s Infection Control Coordinator, at (954) 262-7306 or (954) 262-7352.  If you are unable to reach the on-campus infection control office, please proceed to your local emergency room.  

PEP: Post-Exposure Prophylaxis

¹Definition quoted from the Centers for Disease Control “Updated U.S. Public Health Service Guidelines for the management of Occupational Exposures to HBV, HCV and HIV and Recommendations for Postexposure Prophylaxis”


  • Nicholas Arcos, D.O. 
  • Fareeda Baksh-Deen, M.D.
  • Allan Bloom, M.D.
  • Darren Cohen, D.O.
  • Sandi Scott-Holman, D.O.

Visit Us on Campus at the Sanford L. Ziff Building

Patient Forms

After making an appointment, make sure your forms are up-to-date. If you’re new to NSU Health, please fill out the New Patient Packet. All forms, including those for each specific health care service, can be found at the link below.

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