The Hurricane Health Center offers the following services for all TU students, as well as faculty and staff on a TU medical insurance plan.
Schedule an Appointment
Scheduling an appointment for in-clinic and virtual services has never been easier with three scheduling options:
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 shot. 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.
Hurricane Health also provides COVID-19 Testing
Treatment of Minor Illnesses and Injuries
- Respiratory infections
- Sore throats
- Seasonal allergies
- Skin disorders
- Abdominal pain
- Urinary tract infections
- Sexually transmitted infections
- Eye infections
- Orthopedic injuries
- Minor cuts and burns
The clinic’s physicians must order all prescription medications. Click here for a list of medications that are available at Hurricane Health.
The health center is able to perform various lab tests, including dipstick urine, strep screens, flu test, and pregnancy tests. Additional lab work can be drawn at the clinic and sent to a reference lab.
Testing and treatment of sexually transmitted infections including syphilis, chlamydia, gonorrhea, trichomoniasis, and herpes are available at the Health Center. HIV testing is also available. Referrals to confidential sites off-campus can be made.
Women’s Health Services
Women’s Health Services are available by appointment for enrolled students. A nurse practitioner will perform annual gynecological exams including breast exams, STI testing and treatment, contraceptive management, and pregnancy testing. Please call the clinic for more information.
The State of Oklahoma requires all students who attend Oklahoma colleges and universities to provide proof of immunization for certain diseases. Medical, religious, and personal exemptions are allowed by law and must be made in writing using The University of Tulsa Certificate of Exemption form. Please refer to our Immunization Compliance Policy page for more information.
Immunizations available at the Health Center include: