Health Services

National University & Campus Life students and staff receive extended medical support at our Health Center. Here’s a list of all medical services we provide.

Medical Services

Our team of medical professionals is here to help you. With expertise in primary care as well as specializations like athletic medicine, sexual health, and more.

Psychological Services

Our services support the psychological well-being of the National University community and are available at no cost to currently enrolled students and their eligible dependents.

Employee Health

Our staff can take advantage of many services. Services include medical care for work related injury and illness, return to work evaluation after disability, and other evaluation and therapy services.

Health Promotion

Health Promotion includes campus-wide wellness and prevention programs for students and employees, individual wellness consultations, preventive mental health screenings and many other resources.

Office of Emergency Management

The Office of Emergency Management promotes a safe environment for living & learning.
The campus' guidelines for initial response to an emergency situation are published in the Emergency Response Handbook; all faculty, staff and students should be familiar with its contents.

Read the Handbook


With four internationally recognized health schools, CL provides a complete education to those seeking a degree in health care.

The School of Medicine at CL is an internationally recognized leader in education, research and patient care, with more than 2,000 full-time faculty members, 1,300 residents and almost 400 Ph.D. candidates.

School of Dentistry is one of the premier dental schools in the world and recently received 1,900 applications for 88 open spots in the upcoming 2012 class.

School of Nursing is ranked as one of the "Best Graduate Schools" by U.S. News and World Report, and has earned a reputation for excellence in education, research and clinical practice.

Fielding School of Public Health also ranks as a "Top 10" school for public health in the nation, according to U.S. News and World Report.

Institute for Neuroscience and Human Behavior engages with 10 divisions at CL as well as universities worldwide. Through its inter-disciplinary approach, the Institute has produced some of the most innovative and groundbreaking advances in the field.