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Student Wellness Centre
University of Regina

STUDENT WELLNESS CENTRE

- SUMMER CLOSURE -

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The Student Wellness Centre will be CLOSED for the summer from June 24th opening on September 6th

Please watch for upcoming re-opening dates and times on the Student Wellness Webpage.


MEDICAL Masks are HIGHLY ENCOURAGED in The Student Wellness Centre for any and all appointments.


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

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Hours Of Operation

  • Monday-Friday 9:30- 1:00 pm and 1:30 pm- 3:30 pm - Unless otherwise posted

If this is an emergency

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

  • Mental Health-Mobile Crisis Regina 306-757-0127 
  • Physical Health-Healthline 811
  • Emergency- 911

Counseling Services

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, and minor injuries.
  • Preventative Health Care
  • Health Promotion
  • Transgender Health Care
  • Sexual Health Care
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 Booking an Appointment 

  • Currently we DO NOT offer walk-in appointments.  Please book all appointments online.
  • ALL appointments are IN PERSON.
  • MEDICAL MASKS are HIGHLY ENCOURAGED for your appointment, they must be medical grade, NO CLOTH masks
  • Please book your appointment ONLINE NOT in person. 
  • FIRST appointment? Please ensure you fill out the 2 forms below.
  • Please ensure you leave a brief description of why you are wishing to be seen in the NOTES section of the booking area. 
  • Follow up appointment? Please indicate the reason for booking in the NOTES section of the booking page. 
  • 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 include it if you have one with which province you are from.
  • If you DO NOT have a Health Card at this time, please bring another form of ID such as a passport or driver’s license.

 For your FIRST APPOINTMENT please complete these TWO MANDATORY FORMS below:

  1. Intake and Informed Consent Form
  2. Virtual Treatment Consent Form

ADHD Assessment Appointments

  • At this time we are no longer doing ADHD assessments.  If you already have a FOLLOW UP assessment booked we will honour this appointment. 

Late Policy

  • When an appointment is booked, the time scheduled is needed to provide you with the best quality care. If you arrive more than 10 minutes late for your appointment time, you will be required to reschedule your appointment.

How to book an appointment

For your FIRST APPOINTMENT please complete these TWO MANDATORY FORMS below:
  1. Intake and Informed Consent Form
  2. Virtual Treatment Consent Form

Hours of operation
  • 9:30 a.m -1:00 pm and 1:30 pm- 3:00 p.m., Monday to Friday, Unless otherwise posted.

SUMMER HOURS:

Starting June 22nd, 2022: 11:00 am - 1:30 pm., Monday - Friday unless otherwise posted.

 

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.