We provide Suffolk University students with quality holistic health care, education, consultation, and treatment. Our board-certified, licensed clinicians and staff are committed to understanding each student's circumstance and culture.

We aim to empower students to make healthy lifestyle choices.

We maintain collaborations with university faculty, administration, staff, students, and the medical community. Our staff is committed to diversity and the encouragement of all students to become advocates for their own healthcare which contributes to their academic success.

Availability of Services:

Our health care services and programs are available to all registered Suffolk University students.

Physical exams Travel guidance

Diagnosis & treatment of acute illnesses

Contraceptive management, counseling & emergency contraception

Evaluation & treatment of injuries

 Eating concerns

Diagnostic testing & blood work

Health education


Sports physicals

Testing, diagnosis & treatment of STDs

 Flu Shots



If you have a medical emergency, always dial 911 immediately for emergency care and (617) 573-8111 for Suffolk University Police.

Suffolk's Office of Counseling, Health & Wellness health clinic is located at 73 Tremont Street, 5th Floor (take a right from elevator).

Phone: (617) 573-8260

Fax: (617) 305-1745


Office Hours*: Monday- Thursday, 9:00am-6:00pm & Fridays, 9:00am-5:00pm

  • Medical Walk-In Service: Monday-Thursday 10:00am-5:00pm

  • Medical Walk-In Service: Fridays 10:00am-4:00pm


  • Office Hours: Monday- Fridays, 9:00am-5:00pm

  • Medical Walk-In Service: Monday-Friday, 10:00am-4:00pm

*Students who prefer appointments versus walk in service can call CHW at 617-573-8260.

Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) Collaboration:
Suffolk University students can visit the MGH Medical Walk-In Unit during the academic year for urgent care services when the CHW health clinic is closed. Click Here for more information about Suffolk's collaboration with MGH. The Suffolk-MGH collaboration means students do not pay a co-opay and will get priority access during designated evening and weekend hours. During the summer session, the collaboration stops on June 15  and resumes the week before Fall classes start. 

If students choose to visit the MGH Medical Walk-In Unit during  hours NOT identified for Suffolk students, the office visit will generate a claim to their health insurance carrier as well as payment of any required copay by their health insurance carrier.

Note to Graduated Students: Graduated students and alumni are no longer eligible to receive health care services at Suffolk CHW. 

Dentistry Services: Suffolk University does not offer dentistry services on campus.

See local dental resources