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Student Wellness Centre
University of Regina

Student Wellness Centre

The Student Wellness Centre is fully staffed by Nurse Practitioners that offer urgent and non-urgent physical and wellness care to University of Regina students.

If this is an emergency

If you are experiencing a health emergency, please call 911
If you have an afterhours urgent concern, please phone

  • Healthline 811(Physical Health)
  • Mobile Crisis Regina 306-757-0127 (Mental Health)
  • 911 (Emergency)
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Our services

  • General Medical Care
    • common illnesses specific to our student population. Some examples of medical problems that you can see the Nurse Practitioner for are: coughs, colds and flus, asthma, urinary tract infections, sexual health including contraception and pelvic exams, skin conditions, minor injuries, and mental health diagnosis and treatment.
  • Mental Health Care
  • Preventative Health Care
  • Health Promotion
  • Transgender Health Care
  • Sexual Health Care
  • Referrals to Specialists
  • COVID Vaccine clinics are offered on campus weekly
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 Appointments

  • Please call the clinic 15 minutes prior to your appointment for COVID-19 screening purposes.
  • You do not need a Saskatchewan health card to book an appointment, but please bring another form of ID such as a passport or driver’s license
  • For your first appointment please complete these two forms: 
    1. Intake and Informed Consent Form
    2. Virtual Treatment Consent Form

How to book an appointment

  • Learn more about booking an appointment using the link below.
  • Ground floor, Paskwaw Tower, Room 119

Hours of operation

  • 10 a.m, to 3 p.m., Monday to Friday

 

Additional student wellness supports and resources

List of links to existing supports/resources:

Keeping health information safe and secure

U of R Student Wellness Centre clients should:

  • Understand that information shared in emails, calls, texts, or through virtual treatment is not as secure as information shared with a health care professional during a private appointment in a health care facility.
  • Use a private computer/device (i.e., not an employer’s or third party’s computer/device), secure accounts and a secure internet connection, when providing personal health care information to the U of R Student Wellness Centre

Our commitment to diversity

The Student Wellness Centre is located on Treaty 4 territory. It is our intention to practice collaboratively with peoples of all gender, color, ability, age and sexual orientation to promote wellness and healing.