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Health and Counseling Services Redesigned

We understand this can be a challenging time, and want you to know we are here for you. We have redesigned our approach to care by providing more options for access and services, including online scheduling, telehealth visits for specific conditions, same day first time counseling visits, new mental health group offerings, and enhanced outreach services. If you have questions, please call us at 585-389-2500 and we will help determine what your needs are.

To schedule an appointment

  • Medical Visits: Schedule online through the Naz Student Health Portal, or call 585-389-2500 to determine what type of appointment is best for you. Please note, scheduling for certain health concerns may require a phone call (ie: physical exams, abdominal pain, chest pain).
  • Counseling Visits: For students who are new to counseling, same day visits are available Monday through Friday and may be scheduled online through the Naz Student Health Portal. If you are a former patient, please email your former counselor or contact Kathryn DeVinney at kedvinn2@naz.edu. Please visit the counseling webpage for more information.

Hours and Location

  • Academic Year 2022-2023:
    • Monday-Thursday: 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
    • Friday 9 a.m.-4 p.m.
    • Closed during holidays and school breaks.
  • After hours: If you have a non-life threatening medical or mental health concern, please call us at 585-389-2500 to speak with a triage nurse. If you are experiencing a life-threatening medical or mental health emergency after hours, please call 911. If you are living on campus, please call Campus Safety at 585-389-2850. See additional after hours resources.
  • Location: Between Peckham Hall and the York Wellness & Rehabilitation Institute. (See our building on the campus map.)

Contact Information

Front Desk: 595-389-2500

Fax: 585-389-2503

Email: health@naz.edu

It's Safe to Come In

We are following strict guidelines and have created tailored safety standards within our office. Below are some of the new protocols you might experience:

  • Being asked to wear a mask to your appointment. We will give you a mask when you arrive if you don’t have one.
  • Getting screened for symptoms before scheduling your appointment.
  • Staff members wearing masks during your appointment.
  • Meticulous infection control practices, including frequent handwashing and disinfection of all surfaces.
  • A limited visitation policy. To keep waiting room density low, arrive to your appointment alone. Please contact our office in advance of your visit if you have any questions or need special accommodations during your visit.
  • A rearranged waiting room to help maintain social distancing, and all magazines and materials removed.
  • To ensure privacy during a telehealth visit, we have a Zoom Room within our office and at other locations on campus.

Kelly Umansky

Counseling Intern

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