Student Health Services (SHS)

Please Note: If you are dealing with a crisis emergency, please visit  Emergencies for additional resources or call 911.

Location: Student Health Center: 1600 Holloway Ave, San Francisco, CA 94132                                        (below ground adjacent to the Psychology and Ethnic Studies Buildings, and directly across from Burk Hall in the northwest corner of the SF State campus.)

 Hours of Operation: 


"myHealth" Login:

Phone (415) 338-1251                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         

Student Health Service (SHS) was established in 1899, and for the past 15 years has served around 30,000 students each year. Any SFSU student who is currently enrolled has access to no cost medical care visits; and low cost medication, medical testing, and medical supplies. Appointments can be made by phone (fastest method) or through the students individual “myHealth” page; which is a secure and confidential system which allows you to access your medical information and messages to and from your SHS providers.

Services provided by SHS include: medical advice and consultation, medical concerns, mental health concerns, medication prescriptions and refills, birth control prescriptions and refills, pharmacy curbside pick up, nutrition, sexual health.

Covid-19 testing is offered.

Student Review: Everyone is very nice and supportive. There are people who welcome you in and help direct you once you walk in. You are required to wear a mask, but they do provide it for you. They are very welcoming and do everything to make you feel comfortable. It is really easy to make an appointment and the times are usually open and flexible during their hours. Everyone is efficient and knows what they are doing and are glad to help.

Also see: Sexual Health Services, Women’s Health Services, Health Promotion and Services, LGBTQ+Victims/Survivors of Sexual Violence