Student Health Services
HSC Student Health Clinic
The Clinic is now scheduling PPD skin tests. Please call for an appointment 817.735.5051 Schedules will be limited as we continue to practice social distancing to keep our students and staff safe. Please complete this form and bring it to your scheduled appointment hsc skin test form
In case of a medical emergency, please call 911 or go to the nearest hospital
We are conveniently located on campus at:
855 Montgomery St.
Health Pavilion 3rd Fl. North
Fort Worth, TX 76107
P 817.735.5051 F 817.735.0651
Monday and Thursday
7 am – 4 pm
Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday
8 am – 5 pm
The Student Health Clinic accepts many major insurances
Please call (817) 735.5051 to find out if we are in network with your insurance plan.
Patient Privacy and Confidentiality
The Student Health Clinic is compliant with HIPAA, FERPA, and other state and federal laws.
Our staff takes all possible steps to protect the privacy and confidentiality of our students.
Our licensed medical and support staff provides primary health care and other services such as:
- Telehealth Virtual Appointments
- STD Testing
- Accidental Injury
- Acute Illness
- Gynecological Care including Well Woman Exams. w/PAP
- Contraceptive Management
- Physical Exams
- Allergy Injections
- ADD/ADHD Medication Management
- Psychiatric Services
- Counseling Services
- Lab Orders
- Tuberculosis TB Screening
- Coming Soon Online Appointment Scheduling
Student Health Services will continue to expand medical and behavioral health coverage to meet the needs of our busy students.
- Jeffrey Beeson, DO, Medical Director
- Maria Crompton, DO
- Monica Summerhill, PA-C
- Scott Winter, MD
- Sandra Davis, MD
- Sedrick Jackson, LCSW
Other Useful Contacts
Patient Services (billing questions) (817) 735-2926
Medical Records (817) 735-2185 (contact email@example.com for immunization records)
Insurance through the UNTHSC:
Claims address: United Healthcare Student Resources
P.O. Box 809025 Dallas, Texas 75380-9025
In case of a medical emergency, please call 911 or go to the nearest hospital.
This page was last modified on June 26, 2020