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Brooks College of Health Building Entrance, Close Up View of Pond

Appointment Information

Please schedule an appointment to see a medical provider by calling in advance. Please call the front desk at 904-620-2900 for all appointments.

Patients with acute urgent care concerns or injuries may walk in for a clinic visit. An assessment will be made and measures taken to quickly provide the appropriate level of medical care.


Women's Health Annual exams are scheduled approximately 2 weeks in advance. 


Travel Health appointments are scheduled during regular clinic hours. An appointment with the travel health nurse is required prior to receiving medical treatment/vaccinations. 


J. Brooks Brown Hall Addition, Building 39A, Room 2098 



8:00 AM to 5:00 PM

Mayo Resident Clinic Monday 1:00-4:00 PM, Friday 8:00AM-12:00PM

Women's Health Clinic, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 8:00AM-4:00PM

Lunch Hour, 12:00PM-1:00PM

Appointment Policy 

All patients are requested to arrive at least 10 minutes prior to the scheduled appointment time to allow for form completion and self-check-in at the electronic kiosk. If you do not arrive on time for your appointment, your appointment may be canceled, and you will need to reschedule. 


If you are unable to keep your appointment, please call and cancel. There may be a $10 fee imposed for missed appointments, which have not been canceled or rescheduled.  


UNF Student Health Services (SHS) clinical areas qualify as “hazardous locations” where children are not permitted. Children are permitted in the SHS lobby/waiting area if they are supervised at all times by an adult. If a patient arrives with a child, he or she will be asked to reschedule his or her appointment. The patient may then return without the child or with an adult who can supervise the child in the waiting area. The patient may have to reschedule and may be charged a “missed appointment” $10 fee.


Reminder: During summer session, there is a $30.00 fee for all appointments or visits when not enrolled in classes.

UNF Student Health Services licensed professional healthcare employees are subject to immunity within the scope of their employment with UNF (see Florida Statute 768.28).