Medical

Frequently Asked Questions

Ordering refills

How do I get refills on my medication(s)?

Via eTang: For most efficient service, log-in to the eTang patient portal, click on ”Messages,” create a “New Message” requesting a refill/renewal from our pharmacy, and follow the instructions online.

Advice Nurse

If you have a medical question, need home-care advice, or are unsure about which services are best for you, speak with the 24/7 Advice Nurse by calling (510) 643-7197. You can also send a secure message online through the eTang patient portal.

Advice Nurse: (510) 643-7197 (available 24/7) or send a secure message via eTang

How to make a Primary Care appointment

Reasons for Primary Care Appointments

  • For new problems or concerns requiring an evaluation
  • Follow-up from prior visits
  • For STI testing
  • If you wish to request a referral or need to establish care with your primary care provider to manage ongoing medical issues.

How to make the most of your medical appointment

1. Build a relationship with your provider

Studies show patient satisfaction is higher and medical outcomes are better when patients choose a regular Primary Care Provider and maintain a relationship with them for their care. The Tang Center makes it easy! Choose your provider or learn more about our staff online on the Meet the Staff pages.

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.

Pharmacies in the East Bay

Emergency Contraception

Please check the Emergency Contraception Pharmacy Program for help with locating a participating pharmacy that provides emergency contraception without a prescription.

Gynecological Care and Screening

For general information about preventive healthcare at Tang, including recommended screening tests and immunizations and how to schedule, see the Preventive Health Page

Information for Allergist Offices

In order to provide continuing allergy injections to your patients, please be aware of the procedures followed by the Allergy, Immunization and Travel Clinic at University Health Service (UHS) of the University of California at Berkeley. 

To administer allergy injections with the utmost safety, the following forms must be reviewed, initialed (where appropriate) and signed and dated by the prescribing allergy clinician annually.  

Sample Fees

Below are fees for some of our most common services, effective August 1, 2019. 

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

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