Our multidisciplinary healthcare team is composed of nurse practitioners, consulting physicians, psychologists, social workers, registered nurses, laboratory technicians, and health educators supported by clinical and administrative support staff.
We provide onsite healthcare and mental health services for the UMass Boston community.
Accreditation and Quality Care
University Health Services is accredited by the Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care (AAAHC). This organization is the nation's foremost accrediting organization for outpatient facilities.
This accreditation means that we have been evaluated by AAAHC professionals and found to provide quality care, as measured against national standards. We meet all federal, state, and local laws regarding patient safety, infection control, and privacy as well as meeting AAAHC standards of care.
UHS General Medicine provides preventive care such as immunization updates, tuberculosis screenings, women's/men's health and sports physicals, gynecological care, contraception management, sexually transmitted infection screening and treatment, urgent care for minor illness and injuries, international travel vaccinations and services, infection control and evaluations, and flu shots. Click here to learn more.
The UHS Counseling Center provides consultation, assessment, crisis intervention, focused therapy, education/outreach, and referral assistance for mental health symptoms and concerns. Click here to learn more.
The UHS Health Education and Wellness program provides health information and outreach campaigns and programs focused on high risk areas that impact college aged populations such as alcohol and other drugs, stress management, mental health problems including depression, stress and anxiety, mental health prevention strategies, HIV and STI prevention and tobacco cessation. We also offer a comprehensive selection of online resources including screening tools, resource links and more. Click here to learn more.
Contact University Health Services
All departmental services are located in the Quinn Administration Building, 2nd floor.