Phone: (949) 214-3102
Location: Located on the first floor of the Student Union building (next to the mailroom)
All of our patients and clients have the right to privacy and confidentiality. As a consumer, you have the responsibility to be honest and direct in a courteous fashion about everything that relates to your needs for health services. Exceptions are determined by California and Federal law, which directs us to report if you or someone else is in imminent danger or if a minor or impaired person is being abused.
You have a right to have your dignity as an individual recognized and respected, regardless of your race, age, sex or lifestyle. You should expect that all clinicians will introduce themselves and will address you according to your preference.
You have a right to privacy. You should expect that your discussion, examination, and treatment will be conducted in privacy. You should expect that the presence of any individual will be explained to you and that they will be introduced by name.
You have a right to confidentiality of all communications and records relating to you. Your permission must be obtained before we may give information to anyone not directly connected with your care. This applies to your parents and University officials. Exceptions required by law include reporting certain communicable diseases, threats of suicide or homicide, or suspected child abuse.
The medical record is the property of the Health Center. As outlined by the laws of California, you have the right to review your medical record and to have a copy if you so desire.
You will be expected to be an active participant in decisions regarding your health. You have a right to know and understand:
You have a right to expect pleasant and courteous service.
As a consumer of Student Health Services you have responsibilities as well as rights. They include the following:
The Staff of the Wellness Center is pleased to work with you to keep you in good health!