Health Center - The University of Tulsa

Health Center

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The Hurricane Health Center powered by CareATC provides care and treatment of minor illnesses and minor emergencies for all full- and part-time students. Faculty and staff who are covered by a University of Tulsa insurance plan may also schedule an appointment for acute care. Hurricane Health provides individualized health care with professional expertise at no cost.

Hours and appointments

Monday-Friday, 9 a.m.-12 p.m. and 1-6 p.m.
Patient access and appointments: 1-800-993-8244
Other questions: 918-631-2493

Meet your care providers

Photograph of Dr. Stephen CalvertDr. Stephen Calvert has practiced hospital-based medicine for nearly 17 years in Tulsa. Dr. Calvert earned his medical degree from the University of Oklahoma School of Medicine, where he trained in internal medicine and pediatrics. He has close ties to the University of Oklahoma, where he served as co-program director of the med-peds residency. Dr. Calvert played bass in a popular band while at Baylor University and likes to spend his free time outdoors with his family hiking, fishing or hobby blacksmithing.


Photograph of Dr. Johanna McCaskillDr. Johanna McCaskill is board-certified in family medicine and has experience providing care to patients across multiple sites of care from various backgrounds and life experiences. In medical school, she received the Kleberg Scholar award for public health research and has participated in multiple health-promotion trips to provide free medical care to people in need, including people on the Texas-Mexico border, refugees in Iraq and rural populations in Zambia and Papua New Guinea. Dr. McCaskill is a graduate of the University of Texas Health San Antonio School of Medicine and completed the MD/MPH dual degree program. She enjoys spending time with her family, exploring the outdoors, playing various musical instruments and reading a good book with some hot tea. She is fluent in Spanish and enjoys learning about other cultures and languages from around the world.

COVID-19 testing and vaccination

It takes a collective commitment to continue to keep the campus safe. The University of Tulsa strongly recommends all students, staff and faculty receive and remain current with the COVID-19 vaccination and booster shots. COVID-19 vaccinations are the best way to prevent yourself from becoming infected or becoming seriously ill if you are infected. Hurricane Health offers free COVID-19 vaccinations made by Pfizer, Moderna and Johnson & Johnson. Please call 1-800-993-8244 to schedule your appointment. If you already have your vaccine, upload/verify proof of your COVID-19 vaccination/booster online.

Hurricane Health also provides COVID-19 testing by appointment.

Student health insurance

TU strongly recommends all students maintain private health insurance or participate in the Student Health Insurance Plan while enrolled at the university. Information on the Student Health Insurance Plan is available online.

All graduate students awarded an assistantship, students enrolled in TU’s nursing program, intercollegiate athletes and international students taking one or more credit hours are required to purchase the Student Health Insurance Plan. Students who are required to have student health insurance will be automatically enrolled and the cost of coverage is added to their university bill each semester. However, the charge will be removed upon verification of other appropriate coverage (verification must be received by Sept. 15 for students enrolling in the fall and Jan. 31 for students enrolling for the first time in the spring).

Confidentiality

In accordance with FERPA and HIPAA regulations, Hurricane Health cannot release specific information about a student to anyone, including family members, without the student’s written permission.

Download the CareATC mobile app

Get started:

  1. Download the CareATC mobile app.
  2. Verify your identity with a short quiz.
  3. Create your account. Set your username and password. Provide a recovery phone and email.
  4. Save us to your contacts. Using your mobile device, visit https://www.careatc.com/contact-card to never miss a call or message from your health care team.

Questions? Call the Patient Access Center at 800-993-8244.

Counseling and Psychological Services

TU’s Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) team offer clinical services to all students and a broad range of professional, educational and consultative services to faculty and staff. We are trained to help college students adjust to the changes and transitions of post-secondary life as well as to help faculty and staff function more effectively in their roles.

Learn more about CAPS.