Do I need a medical appointment to be seen at the HCC?
Yes, the HCC offers full primary care, sexual and reproductive healthcare, urgent care, sports medicine, and gender-affirming care in a trauma-informed environment to all eligible DU students, both graduate and undergraduate. Schedule online here or by calling 303-871-2205.
How much will my medical visit cost?
It depends - the most common costs at the HCC are listed on our website here.
Are there "real medical providers" at the HCC?
The HCC has a staff of licensed physicians, physician assistants, nurses, and other medical professionals at our convenient on-campus facility. Learn more about our providers and support staff here.
How do I know I will receive quality healthcare from the HCC?
The HCC is accredited by the Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care (AAAHC) which demonstrates an organization’s commitment to providing safe, high-quality services through the adoption of nationally recognized standards for medical professional associations, insurance companies, state and federal agencies, and the public. Our mission is to provide quality health care for DU students.
Can I get my allergy shot at the HCC?
Yes! Once you have established with an allergist and received your first 3 doses of immunotherapy, the HCC offers continuation therapy during your time at DU.
Will services (e.g., birth control, tests for sexually transmitted infections) show on the bill my parents receive?
No. The HCC does not bill insurance, meaning services will not show up with your insurance. Learn more about our billing here.
How do I talk to a medical provider when the HCC is closed?
If you are in need of medical care or advice during the times we are closed, simply call the main phone number (303)-871-2205 and choose the medical option to be connected to a live medical provider.