Yakima Student Health Services
Yakima Clinic Services
- All WSU students enrolled for seven or more credit hours are required to pay a mandatory health fee ($92.00), which provides them with access to primary outpatient health care. In Yakima this service is provided by Central Washington Family Medicine.
- This fee is not intended as a substitute for a health/medical insurance policy and does not cover care for dependents.
- Regardless of whether a student has government or private health care insurance, the university requires payment of the fee. Health and Wellness Services receives no funding from the university or the state to provide health care for students.
- This fee covers primary care office visits, limited counseling services (see below), one pelvic exam per year for women and non-STI wart destruction. Two-step TB tests are covered. Note that WSU does not cover the cost of immunizations, supplies, procedures, medications, X-ray and laboratory tests although all are available at Central Washington Family Medicine.
Yakima Counseling Services
Some counseling services are offered free of charge to students at Washington State University residing in Yakima. This is for students who wish to discuss personal concerns, such as academic stress, adjustment to college life, relationship problems, career decisions, depression, or anxiety. We also provide consultation regarding alcohol and drug use, problematic eating and food issues, and physical or sexual abuse.
To schedule an appointment with Lesley Brown, call 59-494-7925 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Schedule an Appointment
For medical appointments at Central Washington Family Medicine call 509-452-4520. To be sure your visit is covered by WSU, remember to tell the scheduler when you schedule and receptionist when you check in that you are a WSU Student.
Central Washington Family Medicine
1806 W Lincoln Ave
Yakima, WA 98902