Medical

Meet the Staff

Physical Therapy Staff

Jeff Chen

Jeff Chen, PT, DPT, OCS, CSCS

Physical Therapist

Primary Care

Students can use the medical services at the Tang Center just as they would their regular doctor's office and urgent care center. Our facility is fully accredited, staffed by licensed and/or board-certified physicians, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, a nutritionist, and nurses.

Eligibility

Eligibility Schedule: The time period that UHS services are available to students.

The Student Health Insurance Office can help you determine eligibility for services at the Tang Center - call (510) 642-5700. 

Flu Shots at Tang

Help yourself stay well this fall and winter.
To protect yourself, you need a flu shot every year.

Information for patients currently receiving allergy shots

University Health Services provides allergy shots for students who are on maintenance doses of immunotherapy.

UHS will continue to provide allergy shots (immunotherapy) by appointment for students who are currently registered allergy patients with the Allergy Clinic at UC Berkeley.  

Recommended immunizations

Immunizations are important components of adult health care.

You might need to complete your childhood immunizations or obtain recommended new vaccinations or boosters. It is very helpful for you to obtain and bring a copy of your immunization record to your first appointment at UHS, and to keep careful records of any injections received during your time at UC Berkeley.

Get Informed - Sexual Health Care at Tang

When it comes to making decisions about sex and sexuality, the best place to start is at the beginning: getting informed about the basics of sexual health, and using this knowledge as a foundation from which you can start to build your own definition of what healthy sexuality means to you.

Get Tested - Sexual Health Care at Tang

While learning about healthy sexuality may start with learning the basics about sex and sexual health, it should also include getting informed about your own status--by getting tested.

Half of all sexually active people will get an STI by the age of 25, and nearly half of all pregnancies are unplanned. And even though many STIs are treatable--or even curable!--if caught early on, most people with an STI don't have any symptoms at all, which means the infections can become more serious, and can continue to spread to new partners.

Sample Fees

Below are fees for some of our most common services, effective August 1, 2018. 

Prices are subject to change, please check with the cashier for our most up-to-date cost information.

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