Here are some more things you can learn about Student Health Services, so that we can be of service to YOU.
We are under strict rules to keep all of your medical information confidential and we take those rules very seriously. You’ll need to sign an authorization form for us to release your health information to anyone, including your parents. An authorization form can only be completed for health services that have already been rendered which means that we can’t honor any requests like, “you can just let my Mom have access to my records for as long as I’m at Ohio State.”
Prior to Fall Semester 2015 there were no immunization requirements for most students entering Ohio State. However, beginning Fall Semester 2015 all new Ohio State University students are required to meet a Vaccination Requirement. Information on the requirement can be found at: http://shs.osu.edu.
- All of these immunizations are available at the Student Health Center if you aren’t able to get them before you start school. If you can get a copy of your Immunization records, that would be really helpful and keep you from getting immunizations you don’t need.
You can get your allergy shots at the Student Health Center while you’re here for school.
- You need to submit the required paperwork prior to scheduling an appointment.
- You can bring the allergen vials to the health center yourself or have them mailed to our facility.
- We will store them for you and we can release them back to you as needed for injections during times away from the university.
These are just a few of the ways Student Health Services can be of service to you. Come check us out!
Roger Miller, MD (OSU Student Health Services)
Updated by Tina Comston, M.Ed.