Health Services

Marymount California University offers its students accessible, comprehensive and confidential care.

Services

Telemedicine 
A confidential, live visit with a doctor or nurse practitioner using secure video and audio is available to students. Care includes the diagnosis and treatment for common conditions, infections, cough, cold, flu, rashes and joint issues. Medication recommendations and prescriptions are available.

Express Care Virtual (formerly known as Health Express)
Free to MCU students
8 a.m. to 8 p.m., seven days a week
www.HealthExpress.com

Physician Office Visits
Students without a local physician may visit a Providence Little Company of Mary physician at the Providence Medical Institute.

San Pedro Primary Care
Providence Medical Institute
1499 W. First Street, San Pedro, CA 90732
Call to schedule an appointment.
310-831-9482
Most insurance plans accepted. Cash payment available.

Urgent Care
This facility provides treatment for minor illnesses and injuries that do not require hospitalization but need direct attention.

Providence Medical Institute – San Pedro Urgent Care
1499 W. First Street, San Pedro, CA 90732
310-241-2590
Monday – Friday 8 a.m. – 7 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Most insurance plans accepted. Cash payment available.

Emergency Care
Students with life-threatening injuries, accidental poisonings, behavioral health or chemical dependency issues, or those who might be victims of a crime (such as assault) should be seen in a hospital emergency department.

Providence Little Company of Mary Medical Center San Pedro
1300 W. Seventh St., San Pedro 90732
310-832-3311

 

Insurance
All students are required to show satisfactory proof of accident and medical insurance. Any student involved in an accident or other emergency on campus should notify the Office of Student Affairs immediately. If hospitalization or emergency treatment is needed on campus, University policy is to call for local paramedic service. All health-related costs are the sole responsibility of the student.

International students are required to purchase the Student Accident and Health Insurance plan designed for Marymount California University. This policy ensures that the international student’s medical coverage is in compliance with the new mandates of the United States Information Agency and the National Association of Foreign Student Affairs.

Summit America Insurance: www.summitamerica-ins.com

Insurance claim forms may be obtained from your health care provider. It is the student’s responsibility to complete these forms and send them to the insurance company.

All students enrolled at Marymount California University must file required health forms with the Admission office.
For full-time students, this includes a physical examination form signed by a licensed medical doctor. Health history and medical information forms, as well as a meningitis informational letter and signature form also must be submitted. Required immunizations must be current and documented. Part-time students must file an official immunization and medical information form.

All forms must be complete and updated before the student attends classes. Contact the Office of Student Affairs if you have questions regarding the policies. Failure to provide the required records will prohibit students from registering for classes.

Health Services

Marymount California University offers its students accessible, comprehensive and confidential care.

Phone: (310) 303-7244