Office of Health Services

The Southwestern Health Center provides care and education to assist students as they learn to take responsibility for their own health and well-being. Emphasis is placed on the importance of preventing illness through a healthy lifestyle, as well as on helping students manage the health problems college students sometimes encounter.

News from the Health Center

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    Southwestern University is closely monitoring updates on Ebola virus exposure in Central Texas. Our local health, safety and emergency preparedness personnel are in regular contact with local government and healthcare officials, and Southwestern will keep our on- and off-campus constituencies informed should developments occur.
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    The SU Health Fair is scheduled for Tuesday, October 21, 2014 from 11am-1pm
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    Southwestern Health Services provides seasonal flu vaccines to all students and the Southwestern community. Flu shots will be available beginning October 2014, with a flu clinic at the Health Fair on October 21st.
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    All new students must submit a completed Health Record Form (health history, immunization history and a physician’s examination report). This information is due to the Health Center prior to registration. Click here to download.

Office Hours

The Health Center is open Monday through Friday 9am to 5pm.

Setting an appointment is preferred and strongly encouraged in order to see the provider. Walk-ins will be asked to make an appointment and return at that time.

For Emergencies call 911
or the SU Police at x1944


Southwestern University
Health Center

Prothro Center for Lifelong Learning
Suite 200
Georgetown, TX 78626
phone (512) 863-1252
fax (512) 863-1310


Please bring your most current health insurance card to every Health Center appointment. While the Health Center does charge private insurance, students will never be charged a co-pay, or billed for services not covered by their insurance.

The SU Health Center will continue to provide high quality health care to ALL students regardless of their health insurance status or ability to pay.