Student Health Clinic
University of Regina

Student Health Clinic

We're Open!

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The Student Health Clinic is open to students from 8:15 am to 4:30 pm.

Please call 306-337-2200 to book an appointment with the nurse practitioner (online bookings coming soon).


Medical masks are encouraged in the Student Health Clinic. If you do not have one we can provide you with one.


The Student Health Clinic is staffed by nurse practitioners who offer primary health care services to current students of the University of Regina.


Hours Of Operation

  • Monday to Friday 8:15 am to 4:30 pm (unless otherwise posted)
  • Note: The clinic is closed 12 pm to 1 pm for lunch

Location

  • Paskwaw Tower Room 119

If this is a MEDICAL EMERGENCY, please call 911.

If you require immediate urgent support, please contact one of the following resources, available 24/7:

  • Phone Regina Mobile Crisis Helpline: 306-757-0127
  • Phone Crisis Suicide Helpline: 306-525-5333
  • Text "UofR" to Canada Crisis Text Line: 686868, or phone 1-800-668-6868
  • Dial 811 for health-related concerns
  • Dial 911 for emergency services
  • Go to your nearest urgent healthcare facility

Counseling Services

Our services

  • Primary Health Care:
    • common infections, minor injuries, sexual health (contraception, STIs), health promotion and preventative care

Booking an Appointment 

  • Please call 306-337-2200 to book an appointment with the nurse practitioner (online booking coming soon).
  • If you are new to the Student Health Clinic, on arrival you will be required to fill out an Intake and Informed Consent Form and a Virtual Treatment Consent Form.

Late and Cancellation Policy

  • If you cannot attend your scheduled appointment, please call the Student Health Clinic as soon as possible.
  • If you arrive to your appointment 15 minutes late, you will be required to rebook.

 

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.