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Health and Counseling Center
The Health and Counseling Center is an on-campus, comprehensive outpatient health and counseling facility where students and their partners may obtain a wide range of evaluation and treatment services. The HCC is staffed by a variety of healthcare professionals including physicians, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, psychologists, social workers, and other professionals.
The HCC is located in the Daniel L. Ritchie Sports and Wellness Center, 3rd floor, North Side, 2240 East Buchtel Blvd.
- HEALTH: Primary medical care, Gynecology, Dermatology, Women’s Health, Nutrition, Allergy shots, Travel Health
- COUNSELING: Individual, couples, group counseling, Psychiatric Assessment and follow up, Psychological Testing,
As of August, 2016, The Health and Counseling Center is open from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm, Monday through Friday year round (Tuesdays we are open from 9:00 am to 5:00pm). The HCC is closed weekends. Hours may be adjusted in the course of operations.
After Hours Emergencies
The HCC provides access to after hours consultation with a medical or mental health professional. For urgent, after-hours consultation, call the HCC at 303-871-2205 and follow instructions for reaching the on-call provider.
For an appointment, or additional information regarding the Health and Counseling Center or payment options please visit www.du.edu/duhealth. You may also call 303-871-2205.
University of Denver Health Insurance Requirement
DU policy requires that all students enrolled for at least eight credit hours must maintain comprehensive health insurance coverage. Students are required to participate in the DU Student Health Insurance Plan unless they can prove they have adequate insurance coverage from another health insurance plan which will remain in effect throughout the entire academic year in which the student is enrolled.
Payment of Premium and Period Coverage
The Student Health Insurance Plan is automatically assessed to your bill when you are enrolled in at least eight credit hours. If you meet the University’s health insurance requirements with your own plan, you have the option to waive. Visit www.du.edu/duhealth for additional information regarding DU student insurance coverage or call us at 303-871-2205.
Health and Counseling Fee
The University of Denver assesses a Health and Counseling Fee (HCF) to support the operation of a comprehensive health and counseling center on campus. Payment of the Health and Counseling Fee gives students access to affordable and convenient healthcare right on campus.
The Health and Counseling Fee will appear automatically on your tuition bill when you have registered for eight or more credits. The Health and Counseling fee entitles students to a variety of benefits with low or reduced copayments. Services include unlimited medical and primary care visits; annual gynecology office visits; many lab tests, therapeutic injections, inhalation treatments, allergy shots and other services. The fee also provides up to ten counseling visits per year for students whose mental health needs can be served in the HCC.
Fee For Service
As a DU student, you are eligible to receive services at the Health and Counseling Center even if you don’t participate in the Student Health Insurance Plan or if you have waived the Health and Counseling Fee.
The Health and Counseling Center does not bill third party health insurance other than the Student Health Insurance Plan. If you have waived the Health and Counseling Fee and have outside insurance, you will be expected to pay for the full cost of the visit and services. You will then be given a receipt which you can submit to your insurance company. Beware that the HCC doesn’t serve as a participating provider in any outside health insurance plan, so your reimbursement may be lower than you would expect.
Insurance benefits for dependents (partner, children) may be purchased by students who are insured under the Student Health Insurance Plan. A dependent is defined as the partner of an insured student and an unmarried child from the moment of birth to 26 years of age. Contact the Health and Counseling Center for details regarding dependent coverage (303-871-2205.)