More than 90,000 lab tests are performed at UHS each year!

Our lab is licensed by the State of California and accredited by the Accreditation Association of Ambulatory HealthCare (AAAHC). We are a CLIA (Clinical Laboratory Improvements Amendment) certified facility and testing performance is constantly monitored by API (American Proficiency Institute).

Urgent Care at UHS (On Campus)

The Urgent Care Clinic is a service for urgent medical problems.

Urgent problems include sudden, serious, and unexpected illnesses, injuries, or conditions that require immediate medical attention.

Worker injury for UC Berkeley employees: If your injury or illness arose or occurred in the course of your employment, you should provide this information to the Urgent Care triage nurse/front desk staff at the time of your first visit to initiate billing of your Workers Compensation carrier.

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University Health Services has several types of clinics tailored to meet the needs of busy UC Berkeley students.


The University Health Service Pharmacy is committed to providing high-quality, inclusive, and respectful care to all of our patients.

We accept all prescriptions in accordance with all State of California Board of Pharmacy regulations. We also carry a wide range of over-the-counter medications.

While Berkeley SHIP members are NOT required to use UHS Pharmacy, we are the preferred pharmacy. Many generic prescriptions have zero copays--meaning you don’t pay anything. All other prescriptions, including brand name and specialty medications, have lower copays than...

Meet the Pharmacy Staff

Pharmacy Efren Bose, PharmD

Pharmacy Manager

Efren Bose joined the UHS Pharmacy team in 2020. He attended the UCSF School of Pharmacy and has a clinical interest in LGBQ/trans health, health disparities, and chronic disease management. In addition to working at UHS, Efren is also a volunteer clinical assistant professor at SFSU (and Touro) and has taught Asian American Studies. He's won teaching...

Physical Therapy

What is Physical Therapy?

During the evaluation, The Physical Therapist will listen to you and ask questions about the issue that brings you in for treatment. They will then do an evaluation which may include evaluating range of motion, strength and functional activities. It may also involve palpating (feeling) your joint or soft tissue mobility. They will then discuss their findings.

You work together, as a team, to achieve your goals.
They will educate you, do any manual treatments necessary, and give you a program to work on. You, in turn,...