Student Health Online (SHOL)
SCHEDULING AND CANCELLING APPOINTMENTS
You must have a GRU Outlook email user name and password to access Student Health
Most appointments can be scheduled on-line when you click on https://osh.gru.edu/. Please use your Outlook username and password for access. You have the ability to review appointment availability for one or all of our providers. It also allows you enter in appointment dates and time ranges to see what is available over various days and time slots. You can also cancel appointments as needed without having to call our office. You will receive an email when you schedule or cancel an appointment.
If you are under the age of 18 you must complete the Consent for Treatment of a Minor form in order to be treated by our staff. The form can be obtained by clicking here. You must bring the form with you to your appointment.
When any type of appointment is made by you or our staff, you will need to complete a questionnaire on-line concerning the appointment. The form should be completed prior to your appointment. Having the form completed prior to your visit will prevent additional wait time when you arrive.
You do not need an appointment for immunizations, lab work, medication refills or an exposure (needle stick, exposure to tuberculosis, etc.).
There are a few appointments that you will need to continue to call our office at to schedule:
Same day appointments
Mental health crisis or call the Georgia Crisis & Access Line @ 1-800-715-4225
IUD visits/Diaphragm fitting
Mask fit testing
RECEIVING LAB RESULTS AND IMPORTANT MESSAGES FROM THE CLINIC
You will receive an email from our system whenever there is a secure message that you need to read. The email will direct you to go to https://osh.gru.edu to review your messages. These messages can include lab results and messages from our providers or staff.
ACCESS TO YOUR IMMUNIZATION RECORD
You no longer have to call our office or email us to request a copy of your immunization record. Student Health Online gives you full access to view your immunization record, print it, save it to forward to others as needed and see if there any requirements that have not been met.
ENTERING YOUR MEDICAL HISTORY
When you have accepted the offer to become enrolled at GRU, you are required to submit information about your medical history. This is available on SHOL for completion and submittal to avoid having to scan or fax the document. This medical history becomes a part of your medical record in our electronic medical record system, allowing our providers access to valuable information about your health.
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