Medical

Allergies

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).

New Student Checklist

Before you come to Berkeley, there are a number of ways you can plan ahead to avoid or minimize the complications caused by illness.  

Request/Need What to Do

Expired Medication

No drugs down the drain! 

The Tang Center is one of ten prescription drop-off stations through East Bay Municipal Utility District (EBMUD) accepting unwanted/expired residential pharmaceuticals, through a partnership with EH&S. See Tang Center hours

Changes in location of some specialty appointments beginning Mon., May 16

May 9, 2016

UPDATE: Orthopedics, Podiatry, and Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation have moved back to the Tang Center, effective June 2017


 BEAR WITH US! We are redesigning our space to enhance team-based care.

Zika Virus Health Alert

Additional precautions and symptoms 

The risk of birth defects makes the travel advisories particularly strong for women who are pregnant or intending to be.  If travel is unavoidable, people should use approved mosquito repellents, screens, mosquito nets, and clothing that covers as much of the body as possible. For information on effective mosquito prevention options, click here.

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