Student Health Center

The Health Center is located in Miller Student Services, Room 170

Welcome to the Student Health Center

Statement of Purpose: To provide high quality medical and behavioral health care to Fort Lewis College students supporting their academic success and ability to participate fully in curricular and co-curricular programs of their choosing.

The experienced professional staff of registered nurses, nurse practitioners, and family physicians provides "one-stop shopping" for most student health needs, including laboratory and pharmacy services. 

The Student Health Center offers affordable and accessible health care services. We are located in the Miller Student Services Building next to the Registrar's Office. To contact us, please call (970) 247-7355. Our fax number is  (970) 247-7621. Our email address is


 Zika Virus Update:
Follow to the Center for Disease Control for the latest news related to the Zika Virus.

Students who plan to travel to countries affected by the Zika Virus can make an appointment at the Health Center to discuss important information before traveling.

 Health Center Notice:
New and transfer students must provide a complete immunization record.

Fort Lewis College does not discriminate on the basis of race, age, color, religion, national origin, gender, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, political beliefs, or veteran status. 

Hours of Operation


August - April

Monday - Friday

8:30 - 4:30



Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday

8:30 - 4:30


June & July

Monday & Wednesday

8:30 - 4:30


Closed for lunch May - July 12:00-1:00


Call for an appointment: (970) 247-7355

170 Miller Student Services


Appointments are advised but walk-ins are seen whenever possible.



Schedule your Senior Special today!

·       Physical exam

·       Bloodwork

·       Height, weight, BMI, blood pressure, pulse and vision screening

·       Other services for additional charges

o   STI screenings at discounted prices

o   Pap smears

o   Immunizations

o   Travel visits


A baseline health screening may be necessary for employment/internships, grad school, travel, etc.

Sorry to inform you we are not able to provide a Student Health Insurance Plan at this time.




"Students with disabilities who require reasonable accommodations to fully participate in course activities or meet course requirements must contact the Disability Services Office by contacting, Dian Jenkins, the Director of Disability Services, 280 Noble Hall, 970-247-7459, and/or, for an appointment as soon as possible."