Health Services

A variety of health services and resources are available to CIM students through Case Western Reserve University’s Health Services (UHS), including access to clinics; women’s health, men’s health and transgender and non-binary health services; and immunization information.

General Clinic

CIM students can visit the General Medical Clinic at UHS free of charge. The clinic treats a wide range of illnesses, including fever/cough/sore throat, sprains, allergies and more. Learn about this service and how to make an appointment.

Allergy Clinic

If you suffer from allergies and need assistance with allergy injections, UHS can assist you with help from your allergist’s office. Learn more about CWRU’s allergy clinic and who to contact with questions.

Sexual Health

University Health and Counseling Services at CWRU provides sexual health services for CIM students, including women’s health; transgender and non-binary health and counseling; and men’s health. In July 2022, CWRU launched an often-updated reproductive health website.


Immunizations and flu vaccines are available by appointment through UHS. Find available immunizations and learn how to schedule an appointment.

Counseling Services

CWRU’s University Health and Counseling Services (UH&CS) provides CIM students with support and guidance around mental health needs.

Counseling Support

CIM students can connect with a counselor for a same-day appointment. Learn how to connect with a counselor for guidance and support around mental health needs, whether you are located in Ohio or other regions.

If you would like virtual care outside of normal business hours, wherever you are in the United States, please visit the TimelyCare website.

Student Advocates

Advocates from CWRU and The Cleveland Rape Crisis Center are available to provide confidential, short-term counseling, support, resources and advocacy for all CIM students. Learn more and find an advocate.

Psychiatric Services

UH&CS staff include psychiatrists and psychiatric residents. Psychiatrists are available to evaluate students, recommend treatment, and prescribe and monitor psychiatric medications. Learn more about available psychiatric care.