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Medical Care and Physical Health

If you are experiencing an emergency, call 911

General Medical Care

Western University’s Health & Wellness offers an appointment-based medical clinic for all registered part-time and full-time students at Western and affiliated colleges. Urgent problems, such as infections or injuries, can often be seen on the same day. Appointments can also be booked for non-urgent medical issues. Patients may see a physician of a specific gender and may also ask to see the same doctor for each visit.

For a full list of physical health services provided by Western, visit the Student Health Care webpage.


To book an in-person or telehealth appointment for physical health, call 519-661-3030 during clinic hours. Please be prepared to provide your name, student number, and telephone number.

COVID-19 tests are available at Western’s COVID-19 Testing Centre, where all students and Western employees can get a test without an appointment.

Ivey COVID-19 Updates

Western COVID-19 Updates

Sexual Violence

Preventing and responding to gender-based and sexual violence is a top priority for the University.

For sexual violence health care, contact St. Joseph’s Health Care – Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence Centre.

To connect with the Gender-based Violence and Survivor Support Case Manager at Western University, call Tamara Will at 519-661-3568, email or visit Western’s survivor support website.

Policy on Gender-Based and Sexual Violence

Submit a Complaint

Understanding Gender-Based and Sexual Violence


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