Student Health Online (SHOL)
Appointments - Acute and Non-Acute Medical - 706-721-3448
Please call 706-721-3448 to schedule your Student Health appointment.
For acute illnesses, there are a limited number of same-day appointments available. If you think you may need a same-day appointment, we encourage you to call our clinic as early as possible as these appointments fill up fast.
Most non-acute appointments can be scheduled within 2 weeks.
Once you have scheduled an appointment, it is important that you:
--Arrive at least 10 minutes prior to your appointment;
--Bring your student ID and insurance information;
--Know what lab service you would need to use in the event lab testing is ordered during your visit (the lab choices are: CPLSE, Labcorp and Quest);
Appointments – Mental Health
For a mental health appointment please call the GRU Counseling Center at 706-737-1471.
Immunizations and Lab Services
You do not need an appointment for immunizations or lab services.
Lab services are performed: 8 am – 3:30 pm.
Immunizations (vaccines) are performed: 8 am – 4:30 pm.
Student Health On-Line
*Medical Intake - Once an appointment has been scheduled for you, please go to SHOL at https://osh.gru.edu to complete the medical intake form prior to your visit. The purpose of the medical intake is to decrease your wait time and provide information to the Student Health staff concerning your appointment.
Medical History Form – Once you’ve accepted the offer to become enrolled at GRU, you are required to submit information about your medical history. The medical history form is available on SHOL (https://osh.gru.edu) for completion and submittal to avoid having to scan or fax this document. This completed form becomes a part of your medical record at Student Health.
Immunization record – you can obtain your full immunization record anytime on SHOL by going to https://osh.gru.edu
Lab Results – Lab results are sent to students by the SHOL secure messaging system. You will receive an email which will direct you to go to https://osh.gru.edu to obtain your lab results.
Correspondence from Student Health – a Student Health staff or provider may send you a message through the SHOL secure messaging system. You will receive an email which will direct you to https://osh.gru.edu to review your message.
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