Student Health Services and Student Health Insurance Department
Welcome to Health Services and Student Health Insurance
540 Garden Ave. St. Louis, MO 63119 USA (located just west of the parking garage on the Webster University main campus)
Contact for Student Health Services and Student Health Insurance
Office phone number 314-246-7422
Fax number: 314-246-2399
Email addresses: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Hours: Monday-Friday 8:30am-12:00pm and 1:30pm-4:00pm Closed on weekends and campus holidays
Emergency: Public Safety is available 24/7 by calling 314-246-6911
Medical Director: Dr.Greg Baker does not provide services on campus. The Baker Medical Group Office is located two miles from campus. Dr. Baker's office phone number is 314-918-9111.
Services: Webster University’s Student Health Services Department is a nurse-directed center staffed by Registered Nurses, operating under the direction of the medical director and consulting physician Dr. Greg Baker.Dr. Baker does not provide services on campus, The Baker Medical Group office is located 2 miles from the health clinic.
Registered nurses provide acute triage for minor illness and injuries and assist with
physician referral as needed. All services are confidential and treatment is free
of charge, except for administration of immunizations or tuberculosis skin testing.
Contact the Student Health Services Department for information on available immunizations
and Tuberculosis testing.The phone number is 314-246-4207 and the email address is:
Transportation for medical treatment outside the Student Health Services Department is not provided by the university.
Required Health Forms for Domestic and International Residential Students Living in Campus Housing
The following Health Forms must be submitted to the Student Health Services department prior to moving into campus housing:
- Medical History form
- Immunization Requirements page 2 with attached vaccination records
- Tuberculosis Screening and Targeted Testing questionnaire
- Copies of both sides of the student's current health insurance card (domestic residential students only)
- Student Health Insurance Enrollment form (F-1 and J-1 visa students) and domestic students requesting enrollment in the University-sponsored health insurance plan.
Failure to submit the health forms and insurance documents prior to moving into campus will jeopardize your housing placement and a financial hold will be placed on the student's account. A financial hold will restrict the student from making any changes to the current and future course schedules.
Non-residential students are not required to complete the health forms.
Student Health Services and Health Insurance Department
540 Garden Avenue
St. Louis, MO 63119-3248
Public Safety Emergency Number (use when Health Services is closed)
8:30 am–noon and
1:30 pm–4 pm
Closed on weekends and campus holidays. Appointments are preferred. Walk-ins are welcome.