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.

Medical Home

Helping you manage your healthcare!

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:

Pregnancy Testing at Tang

There are two ways to obtain a pregnancy test at Tang 

  1. Request a blood test through eTang patient portal (Log in to eTang, select “Messaging” from eTang portal options, and follow the instructions) or 
  2. Over-the-counter urine Pregnancy Test kits are available for sale from our Pharmacy.

Tang Tips on Pregnancy Testing


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

Sample Fees

Below are fees for some of our most common services, effective August 1, 2020. 

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

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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. 

Information for Patients Currently Receiving Allergy Shots

   As of July 1, 2020, University Health Services will no longer be able to provide allergy shots for students during the academic year beginning August 2020.


Under the direction of community allergists, highly trained and experienced nurses offer education and treatment for allergies, including information on how to reduce your exposure to allergens and immunotherapy (allergy shots).