Medical Services

All medical services are provided by appointment only. Treatment will be conducted in person and will comply with safety protocol and screening guidelines.

To schedule an appointment with a medical provider please call Health and Wellness Services at 607-587-4200 (Alfred Main Campus) or 607-587-3141 (Wellsville Campus).

Medical Services:

Treatment provided by caring licensed medical professionals:

  • Assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of common illnesses such as cold and flu
  • Assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of injuries such as minor accidents, strains, cuts, and sprains
  • Monitoring chronic illnesses (with a referral letter from PCP)
  • Administration of allergy shots (with allergist orders if at maintenance)
  • Basic laboratory tests (drawn if indicated)
  • Contraceptive services (with Allegany County Department of Health)
  • Sexually transmitted disease testing and treatment (with Allegany County Department of Health)
  • Referrals to other physicians, and facilities when necessary
  • Individual smoking cessation
  • Health and Wellness education information

If a student needs specialized services, staff can provide the names, addresses, and phone numbers of local gynecologists, orthopedic surgeons, dentists, general surgeons, internists, etc.

Allegany Department of Health Partnership:

The Reproductive and Sexual Health Program from the Allegany County Department of Health provides free or low-cost services that are 100% confidential during their clinics at Health and Wellness Services:

  • Pregnancy Testing  
  • HIV Testing
  • Gardasil
  • FREE Condoms
  • Birth Control Methods
  • STI Testing & Treatment
  • Emergency Contraception and More! 

Located on Campus at TA Parish Hall and at the County Office Building - 7 Court Street, Belmont, NY, 14813.

For an appointment, call 585-268-9250, press option 3, or text 585-808-7626. 

Off-Campus Appointments:

For appointments off-campus, we offer assistance with our student-operated Transport Team. During Health and Wellness hours, please contact our office at 607-587-4200, after-hours contact University Police at 607-587-3999 for a transport, if available.

All full-time students must pay a mandatory health fee. This fee covers services provided at the Student Health Centers, including treatment and prescriptive and non-prescriptive medicines.