Charlotte Medical Clinic
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Charlotte Medical Clinic has offered to serve as medical home and primary care health care provider for the University of North Carolina School of Medicine-Charlotte Campus students. The clinic is also available to rotating UNC medical students.
Charlotte Medical Clinic was established in 1955, offers six locations (including the Medical Center Plaza location on the CMC campus), and 23 primary care providers. Charlotte Medical Clinic also offers numerous specialty and sub-specialty services including gastroenterology (GI), dermatology, pulmonology and allergy/immunology.
Contact Charlotte Medical Clinic and please identify yourself as a UNC medical student.
Carolinas HealthCare System Urgent Care
To ALL students rotating through Carolinas Medical Center (UNC and Non-UNC students) regarding their personal healthcare:
UNC-Charlotte Student Health Clinic has a full array of services designed for students, including access to primary care, psychiatric care and psychological counseling.
Be sure to bring your personal health insurance I.D. card to any physician office visit.
Students can be seen at UNC Charlotte Student Health Center for their personal medical care needs. (See detail facility information below) Those students who have health insurance, will NOT be required to pay any co-pay for office visits, but will be charged for additional services (i.e. lab, X-ray, pharmacy, etc.). UNC Student Health Center doesn’t have co-pays for these services (except for the pharmacy, insurance can be filed and the patient will pay their prescription co-pay). UNC Charlotte Health Center will bill the student’s insurance company for these charges, but payment must be made at the time of the visit.
UNC Charlotte Student Health Center
9201 University City Blvd.
Charlotte, NC 28223
704-687-7400 (option 4)
Office hours: Monday – Thursday 8 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. The office stops seeing patients one hour before closing.
STUDENTS PLEASE NOTE: When checking in at the front desk, be sure to let them know you are a Charlotte student so you are not charged any co-pay. If you have any problems, you can speak with Josh Walters. Josh will keep a list of all students rotating with CMC and can confirm that the student should not be charged the co-pay.
Exposure to Bloodborne Pathogens
Any blood or bloody body fluid contact with broken skin or mucous membrane is a potential BBP exposure. Learn more about the needlestick process (PDF).