Medical

Pharmacy

Our fully licensed pharmacy is committed to providing quality service to our patients. We accept valid prescriptions from licensed clinicians within the United States, if the prescription is for an item that we stock.

Radiology

Radiology at the Tang Center provides routine exams on a walk-in basis and fulfills orders from outside providers.

Urgent Care at the Tang Center (On Campus)

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

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

Physical Therapy

University Health Services provides affordable outpatient orthopedic physical therapy services to students by referral from a clinician.

Faculty and staff members also are served if they have a work related injury.

Health Records

When you arrive at UC Berkeley, you may wish to have your health records transferred to the Tang Center from your previous health care provider.

Laboratory

More than 90,000 lab tests are performed at Tang 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). 

Flu Shots at Tang

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

International Travel Clinic

Serving students, faculty, staff and campus affiliates.

Tang Center's International Travel Clinic guides members of the campus community in protecting their health while traveling throughout the world.

The Travel Clinic uses the most current information available from the Centers for Disease Control, the World Health Organization, and Shoreland’s computerized Travel Health Information Services. Your personalized travel package for a healthful, safe trip includes:

Get Protected - Sexual Health Care at Tang

If you're going to have sex, knowing how to protect yourself from unplanned pregnancy and sexually transmitted infections is essential.

While the only way to be 100% protected is to not have sex, there are many other things you can do to substantially reduce your risk, from having sex with one uninfected partner, to using condoms and other barrier methods correctly and consistently (every time!), to using birth control, to getting immunized against vaccine-preventable STIs.

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.