The Campus Health Center (CHC) is on the corner of Inter Garrison and General Jim Moore Blvd.
(Building 80) 100 Campus Center Seaside, CA 93955-8001
The Campus Health Center (CHC) provides urgent, primary, and ancillary care (including occupational medicine), as well as referral services to students, faculty, staff, their dependents, and guests of the CSUMB community. The staff of medical professionals is dedicated to meeting patient needs and promoting wellness and independence.
The medical professionals at the CHC are committed to responsible stewardship and providing health care within the highest ethical standards. Our primary focus is to assist students in achieving their academic goals by maintaining their health, providing health education and student advocacy, and promoting self-responsibility for wellness. We strive "to focus proactively on students' health enhancing behaviors and measures that aid student learning in ways that are not limited solely to problems, symptoms, or illnesses." (Council for the Advancement of Standards in Higher Education [CAS] p. 83, 2003)
CSUMB, through a Memo of Understanding (MOU) with Doctors on Duty (DOD), jointly manages the CHC. DOD is a network of urgent-care clinics providing health care throughout Monterey and Santa Cruz Counties. The CHC also collaborates with a number of local and regional health resources to provide a wide range of medical services.
The Campus Health Center is a part of Health & Wellness Services (HWS) at CSU Monterey Bay.
California State University Monterey Bay is excited to announce our commitment to suicide prevention and early intervention efforts. Specifically we will be enhancing our education and outreach services to build awareness and reduce the stigma associated with suicide and general help-seeking behaviors. This initiative is funded through counties by the voter approved MentalHealth Services Act (MHSA) (Prop. 63) and administered by the California Mental Health Services Authority (CalMHSA), an organization of county governments working to improve mental health outcomes for individuals, families and communities.Special thanks to the California Mental Health Services Act (CalMHSA) for providing funding for these efforts.
For more information contact Gary Rodriguez, Health Promotion & Prevention Specialist