Health Services are designed to help enhance and protect the health and well-being of HBU students, faculty and staff. HBU Health Services offers health education and basic health care services.
A variety of student health services are available at the clinic. A minimum fee will be assessed for health services rendered to students, faculty, and staff. The current fee schedule will be posted outside the Student Health Services office and is subject to change. Fees for health services received will be charged to the individual’s HuskyNet account.
Student Health Services
Basic health services are provided in the Health Clinic, which is located in Hodo Residence College 102C.
Students may stop in for an episodic visit. Or contact the Health Clinic:
Hours of Service
The Clinic is open during fall and spring semesters when class is in session. The clinic is not open during finals, holidays, summer terms and semester breaks.
Clinic services resume on September 8, 2020.
|Monday – Thursday||9 a.m. – 12 p.m.|
The last patient will be seen at 15 minutes prior to the scheduled closing time. Clinic staff is available to see students on a first-come, first-serve basis. Non-emergency visits to the Health Clinic should be made at times that do not conflict with the student’s class schedule.
The Clinic staff are licensed medical personnel contracted through Memorial Hermann Hospital System. Student Health Services is under the purview of the Director of Student Services in Student Life.
Students are expected to present a valid HBU student ID card in order to qualify for services. A nominal fee will be assessed for services rendered. Services include, but are not limited to:
Comprehensive physical examination
Immunizations and tuberculosis (TB) screening
Administration of allergy shots as requested
Office visits for basic health care
Facilitation of referrals
Financial Responsibility for Health Care
The student is responsible for the payment of all financial obligations incurred for health care. Fees for services are posted outside the clinic are listed below and are subject to change. Charges for health services will be applied to the student’s HuskyNet account.
Release of Health Records
To request a copy of student health records:
- For meningitis immunization: contact the Office of the Registrar.
- For on-campus clinic visits: call the Neighborhood Health Center at 713-957-8400.
Accidents or Injuries
In the event of an accident resulting in injury, the University Police should be promptly notified at 281-649-3911. This will help ensure maximum protection for students. All accidents and injuries will be handled according to the University Police’s Medical Emergency Policy.
|Comprehensive Physical Examination
Full Head to Toe
Plus separate billing for any
lab, x-ray, and/or immunization fees
|Statement of good health
|Minimal Office Visit||$10.00|
|Episodic visits: (Office visits for basic health care)