Welcome to Student Health Service

The Mission of the Student Health Service is to Promote and Advance the Health and Wellbeing of our Students

Student Health Service is an on-campus medical facility at Wake Forest University. We help students stay healthy by providing an array of services such as standard doctor’s visits, flu shotsHIV and STI testingX-Rays, and much more. In addition to our Well Clinic and Respiratory Clinic we also provide a pharmacy and laboratory.

Our Student Health Service team is comprised of licensed and certified medical professionals and is led by Director Cecil Price, MD who has almost 30 years of service to the health of Wake Forest students, and has been recognized in recent years for his expertise in college health. Dr. Price was inducted in 2019 as a Fellow of the American College Health Association.


Questions about COVID-19 should be directed to us here at Student Health Service. Students who test positive via a home test or by tests administered by healthcare providers should report their positive result to the Student Health Service by emailing wfucovid@nullwfu.edu.

After Hours Support

If you are having a medical emergency, call 911.

For other medical concerns, please call 336.758.5218 and follow the prompts to be connected to a nurse who will assist you with your healthcare concern.

*Please note that outside of clinic hours, the nurse cannot assist with appointment scheduling, test results, billing questions, or any other administrative questions. Calling this line after hours is for guidance related to current medical concerns only.

Appointments can be requested by email at apptshs@nullwfu.edu or calling 336.758.5218.

Request an Appointment

apptshs@nullwfu.edu or 336.758.5218

Summer Hours

  • M-F 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Pharmacy & Lab

  • Closed for summer

Contact Us


Questions about COVID-19: Contact Student Health Service.

If you test positive for COVID-19: first notify Student Health Service at wfucovid@nullwfu.edu or call 336.758.5218


  • New students: check your compliance status
    All new undergraduate and graduate students are required to be up to date with required vaccines (see policy for list). You and your healthcare physician need to complete the Health Information and Immunization form and submit to Wake Forest by July 1. The […]
  • New Students HIIF Form Deadline approaching
    This is an important reminder to all incoming new students, both undergraduate and graduate, that your completed Health Information & Immunization Form is due by Friday, July 1. Details about this requirement and instructions to upload can be […]
  • Easter Weekend Hours
    Our clinic will be unavailable for clinical services beginning at 3 p.m. on Thursday, April 14 through Sunday, April 17. Clinical Services will resume on Monday, April 18 at 8:30 am Resources during Clinic Closure A registered nurse will be available for […]

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