Health Services

Petersen Health Centre

Petersen Health Centre

Health Services is based on-campus out of the Petersen Health Centre.

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Need to cancel or reschedule your appointment due to the weather?

Please email moa@uvic.ca or call 250-721-8492. Stay safe!

Sexually transmitted infections testing campaign

Get tested UVic - the only tests on campus you won't need to study for!

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Health Services front desk

Friendly staff

Staff are ready to help at the front counter of Health Services.

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Services for students

Health Services provides a variety of clinic and health services for the campus community.

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University Health Services

Welcome to University Health Services!

University Health Services (UHS) provides a full service primary health clinic for students, and coordinates healthy student and campus initiatives. We encourage students to use UHS as their primary point of health care while at UVic. We are located at the Petersen Health Centre.

News and Events

Upcoming Clinic Closures

  • February 18 2019
  • February 20 2019
  • April 19 2019
  • April 21 2019

Cancellations due to weather

Need to cancel or reschedule your appointment due to the weather? Email moa@uvic.ca or call 250-721-8492.

Please give 24 hrs notice whenever possible. Stay safe!

Flu Shots

Protect yourself and others around you this flu season: wash your hands frequently, get a flu shot and stay home if you are ill.  

Book an apointment with a nurse at Health Services to get a free flu shot. 

Volunteer Opportunities!

We are now accepting applications for:

  • the Student Health Ambassador and Peer Educator (SHAPE) Program
  • the Harm Reduction Centre
  • the FitConnect Program

Find more information here. Please email healthycampus@uvic.ca if you are interested in volunteering in one of these programs.

Meningococcal Vaccination

Globally, every year more than 1.2 million people are affected by meningitis.
10 % of patients die, and 20 % or more sustain permanent damage and disability.
Meningococcal disease is most common in: infants and children less than 5 years old,
and young adults aged 15 to 24.
Get your meningococcal vaccine!
phone to book your appointment at any time during clinic hours
250-721-8492
Visit www.meningitis.ca to find out more about meningitis.