Schedule an appointment

We strongly encourage students to make an appointment! Appointments are generally available the same day or the following morning. Appointments are required for physical examinations and pap smears. If you have an urgent need and do not have an appointment, the staff will make every effort to assist you.

It is always best to call and schedule an appointment for a set time to assure you can be seen.

However, in the event you come to Campus Health requesting to be seen as a walk in, you will be accommodated until 4 PM as long as we have the capacity.

As a walk in patient, you may choose to wait to be seen until you can be worked in or choose to be scheduled for an appointment the following day.

Visits deemed urgent by our medical staff will be worked in as fast as possible.

If you have an emergency, please dial 911 

or go to the nearest Emergency Room.

Cardinal Station (Belknap Campus) (502) 852-6479

Hours and directions

Health Science Center (Downtown Medical Campus) (502) 852-6446

Hours and directions

Tips for a Successful Doctor's Visit

After-Hours Care

If you have an urgent medical problem after hours, you may speak with an on-call provider by calling either campus health office (Cardinal Station or HSC) after hours. Your call will be routed to an answering service and the on-call provider will be paged to contact you. Prescriptions refills and pain medication requests will not be answered by the on-call provider. The Campus Health Service on-call provider may be reached by calling either (502) 852-6446 (HSC) or (502) 852-6479 (Cardinal Station).

For Directions, visit:

Campus Health Patient Portal

Effective March 1, 2021, Campus Health has moved to a separate electronic medical record and portal from UofL Health.   You may use the portal for many different purposes including sending providers messages, requesting refills, etc.  As more functionality is turned on you will be able complete forms, schedule appointments and submit immunization records.  All currently enrolled faculty, staff and students can access our portal using your UofL Microsoft Office credentials.  


1.  Go to 

2.  Enter your email address as your user ID

3.  Enter your current Microsoft Office password 

4.  Be sure to acknowledge the consent on the form on the left side of the screen if you haven't already otherwise you won't be able to use the portal.  

 You can now pay your bill online directly in the Patient Portal. Follow the login instructions above and then select "Account" to view your balance due and to pay.


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