Medical Services is your first stop for the diagnosis and treatment of illness, injury, and ongoing conditions, as well as for preventive counseling and education. Our dedicated and professional clinicians provide a full range of care, from screening tests to medical emergencies. Most of our services are covered for students who have paid the Campus Health Service Fee while some services have fees that may apply.
Appointments for Medical Services
Vaden Health Services offers support to students with a wide range of care options. Here you can find medical advice as well as general tips, more information about us, health maintenance & prevention guidance, lab/x-ray services, immunizations, and more.
Medical Services Resources
Connect with a number of resources that have been curated by our staff to provide support to the various communities on campus.
Vaden Health Services is committed to the health of queer Stanford students by providing both specialized care and inclusive services. Vaden Health Services houses both Counseling & Psychological Services (CAPS) and the Weiland Health Initiative.
Transitioning your Medical & Mental Health Care
If you have a health condition that requires continued medical care we recommend that you speak to your primary care clinician or specialist prior to coming to Stanford in order to plan your transition of care to the university setting.
An early visit to the Vaden Health Center Travel Clinic should be on your “To Do List” at least six to eight weeks before leaving. The Travel Medicine Clinic at Stanford is open to Stanford students, faculty, staff, spouses, partners and alumni.