CCS Student Health Clinic


The Clinic only accepts cash or check for payments of vaccines and TB tests. All other services within the Clinic are free.

Did You Know?

The CCS Student Health Clinic is the only clinic offering Nurse Practitioner (ARNP) services at a two-year college in all of WA state!

The Student Health Clinic celebrates 11 years of service to CCS Students in 2017!

Come in and check out what we have to offer.
Your Health, Your Clinic!

If you are experiencing a life-threatening emergency, please call 911.

If you need medical care when the Clinic is closed, please check our list of clinics and available services.

Even if you have health insurance, the Student Health Clinic may still be the place for you! Why?

  • We're FREE! (No co-pay!)
  • We're convenient when you’re on campus!
  • No appointment necessary!
  • We provide reasonably priced vaccines and TB tests!
  • We have lots of healthcare resources!
  • We have a great staff to help meet your physical and mental health needs!

The CCS Student Health Clinic is located on the SCC campus in Building 7, Room 118.


The Clinic is open for Spring Quarter from Monday, April 3 through Friday, June 16. Our hours are as follows:

Monday - Friday 9:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Photos by: TNill

NEW: Your clinic now offers the Hepatitis B vaccine!

The CCS Student Health Clinic is open to all currently enrolled SCC and SFCC students. The walk-in clinic provides limited health care services by Washington State licensed nurse practitioners (ARNPs). Services include diagnosis and management of minor illness and injury, interval management of stable chronic illness, simple diagnostic testing including urinalysis and pregnancy testing, clearance for return to school or work, TB testing, health promotion services and referral, and physical exams required by educational programs and the Department of Transportation. Most services are provided at no cost to students.

Celebrating 11 Years of Service to CCS Students!
Your Health, Your Clinic!

For more information, call (509) 533-8611.

Community Colleges of Spokane does not discriminate on the basis of
race, color, national origin, sex, disability, sexual orientation or age
in its activities and employment. For TTY service, call 533-7482.


Missed the Open Enrollment period for Health Insurance?

You still have some options:

For more information on any of the above, visit your Student Health Clinic.

The next enrollment period for all other health insurance will be November 2017. You will be able to sign up for health insurance at that time or make changes to your existing plan.

Celebrating 11 Years of Service to CCS Students!
Your Health, Your Clinic!

Pregnant and nursing women should contact their health care providers before getting a vaccine or TB Test. The Student Health Clinic will be happy to provide a Tdap, flu vaccine or TB Test with your provider’s okay.

Students under the age of 18 require parental or legal guardian permission to obtain vaccines.

Need vaccines and TB tests for your health care program? Need a tetanus shot for that nasty cut? Want to avoid the flu this season and protect those around you? The Clinic has you covered!

The following vaccines are currently available in the Student Health Clinic:

  • Influenza (flu) is free this season (September through June), so come in to the Clinic and protect yourself and those around you.
  • Tdap (tetanus, diphtheria, pertussis) for $40.00
  • MMR (measles, mumps, rubella) for $63.00
  • Hepatitis B for $50.00 (NEW!)

The Clinic also offers TB testing for $10.00. One-step and two-step TB tests are available. Please be aware that a TB placement has to be read 48-72 hours later. During the Summer Quarter, this means that we will be doing TB placements on Tuesdays with a follow-up read on Thursdays.

Celebrating 11 Years of Service to CCS Students!
Your Health, Your Clinic!

Feeling stressed? Overwhelmed? Anxious? Are you looking for help just to get through the week?

The Student Health Clinic has a Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner, who comes in once a week by appointment. She provides both mental health counseling, as well as medication management as needed.

To make an appointment, call the Clinic at (509) 533-8611, or come in and talk with anyone on our health care team.

The Clinic is also the home base for our Intern Therapists. If you are a SCC student, you can check out the Counseling page for more information on therapy services, or come into the Clinic to set up an appointment. If you are a SFCC student, you can call Cindy Havko at (509) 533-3202 to set up an appointment.

Celebrating 11 Years of Service to CCS Students!
Your Health, Your Clinic!

Think you need a prescription? Running low on an existing prescription?

The Student Health Clinic’s Nurse Practitioners are able to write prescriptions and refills after an exam assessment. The Clinic does not replace your primary care provider, but we are here to help out while you are in school by being accessible on campus, providing free clinic services, and the fact that you don’t need to make an appointment - just walk in during Clinic hours!

Our Nurse Practitioners are not on call during quarter breaks and holidays, so if you know you’re running low on a prescription, make sure you come in to the Clinic the week before we close to see the Nurse Practitioner. Check our General Information tab for closure dates.

If you’re coming in to the Clinic for the first time, just bring your student ID with you and we will have you fill out about ten minutes of paperwork before we have you see a Nurse Practitioner.

Celebrating 11 Years of Service to CCS Students!
Your Health, Your Clinic!

Your Student Health Clinic is here for your health. If you have concerns or questions about HIV/AIDS, you have the following options:

  • The Student Health Clinic has a Nurse Practitioner available when the Clinic is open for counseling, testing and referrals.
  • The Clinic also has resources for information on HIV and AIDS.

Information is also available through:

The Student Health Clinic is also able to test for other sexually transmitted infectious diseases (STIs), such as chlamydia and gonorrhea. Testing for HIV, AIDS and other STIs is done through PAML labs and will include a lab fee (to be billed after visit), but visits with the Clinic Nurse Practitioner are free.

Celebrating 11 Years of Service to CCS Students!
Your Health, Your Clinic!