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For Current MD Students Medical Student Health & Wellness Services

Medical Student Health & Wellness Services

At NYU School of Medicine’s Student Health Service, we understand that your wellbeing is an essential part of your educational success. We provide primary care to all medical students, as well as urgent care services to both medical students and Sackler Institute of Biomedical Sciences graduate students.

Most care is provided on a walk-in basis, and all services, except certain immunizations, are provided free of charge. Our services include the following:

  • care for acute illnesses and injuries
  • preventive health services, including immunizations
  • allergy shots
  • sexual health evaluation, treatment, and counseling
  • travel health services, including recommended immunizations
  • coordination of outside care and referrals

Students who seek care with us can rest assured that they are in a safe environment. Our staff clinicians are not involved in teaching or in evaluating a student’s academic or clinical performance. Read our full policy on the provision of confidential care.

For graduate students, NYU Langone’s Occupational Health Service at One Park Avenue offers necessary physical exams and medical clearances, as well as treatment for occupational injuries.

Student Health Service Office Hours

Our hours are Monday and Tuesday, from 8:00AM to 6:00PM; Wednesday and Thursday, from 8:00AM to 5:00PM; and Friday, from 8:00AM to 4:00PM.

Our Student Health Service is staffed primarily by nurse practitioners, with a doctor available for one hour each weekday. The doctors’ clinic hours are as follows.

Monday: 8:15–9:15AM; Dr. Ho
Tuesday: 4:00–5:00PM; Dr. Ho
Wednesday: 1:30–2:30PM; Dr. Basch
Thursday: 4:00–5:00PM; Dr. Ho
Friday: 1:00–2:00PM; Dr. Basch

Clinic and doctors’ hours are subject to change. Please call ahead to plan your visit.

If you’re experiencing a life-threatening emergency outside of our clinic hours, call emergency services (911) or go to the nearest hospital emergency room, and notify us of your treatment as soon as possible.

The following free and confidential resources are also available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week:

  • If you are in danger or need immediate medical attention, call 911.
  • For immediate connection to licensed mental health counselors, call the Corporate Counseling Associates 24-Hour Helpline at 1-800-833-8707.
  • For crisis intervention and suicide prevention, call Trevor Lifeline at 1-866-488-7386. Trevor Lifeline is part of the Trevor Project—a leading national organization in providing emergency services for LGBTQ young people.

We encourage students who use these resources to follow up with Student Health Services the next business day. We will provide ongoing support and connect you, or someone you care about, to further mental health care.

To schedule an appointment for our women’s health, mental health, or travel health services, or for more detailed information about the cost of specific immunizations, contact our office. To request health records, fax or email a completed Medical Information Release form.

Our Staff

Sabine Hurst, MSN, FNP-C
Student Health Director and Family Nurse Practitioner

Colette Ho, MD
Student Health Service Medical Director and Internist

Katherine Soller
Student Health and Mental Health Services Program Manager

Lia Okun, PhD
Associate Director of Mental Health Services
Clinical Psychologist

Kathleen Isaac, PhD
Clinical Psychologist

Julie Ackerman, PhD
Clinical Psychologist

Jasmine Charlon, MS, ANP-C
Adult Nurse Practitioner

Linh Dinh, MD

Khleber Attwell, MD

Amanda P. Harris, MD

Pinar Yilmaz, MD

Contact Us

We are located at 334 East 25th Street, suite 103. You can call our office at 212-263-5489 or fax documents to 212-263-3280.