The Weill Cornell Student Health Service (SHS) is committed to providing accessible, compassionate, cost-effective, and high-quality health care and education that meet the unique primary health care needs of students and enhances their personal growth and development.
Incoming WCGS students must submit completed health forms to SHS prior to starting their first term. The forms report the student's medical history, and provide proof of immunizations and a physical exam within the previous year. Information about these requirements, and the forms, are available on the SHS web site. SHS requests that forms be submitted 30 days prior to the start of classes.
All graduate students insured under the health insurance plan provided by the Graduate School may use SHS free of charge. SHS operates a campus student health center offering a full array of primary care, occupational medicine, and preventive health services for men and women, including physical examinations, chronic disease management, treatment of acute illness, routine gynecologic care and contraceptive management, immunizations, and management of body fluid exposures. A physician is on call by phone during off-hours for health emergencies. The Weill Medical College student mental health program is also available to graduate students.
SHS does not maintain its own laboratory facilities or a dispensary to provide prescription drugs. The graduate student health insurance plan provides partial payment for these services. Discussion of laboratory, pharmacy, and other service considerations and options (including mail order prescriptions) is available on the SHS web site.
Whether studying late into the evening in our Main Reading Room, downloading an article from Cell in your dorm room or managing references for your dissertation, you can rely on the Weill Cornell Medical Library to support your research and educational information needs.
Centrally located with an entrance in the lobby of the college and open 108 hours per week, the Library offers both a physical and virtual collection of:
Our free services include Library workshops, interlibrary loans, mediated literature searches and SCISSORS, a suite of services tailored to researchers and authors.
To explore the full range of our resources and services, connect to our the library home page.
The Student and Faculty Club, which graduate students may join at no cost, is a focal point for relaxed and casual meetings for professional staff, postdoctoral researchers and graduate students.
The club has a pool table and a large-screen HD television, ideal for watching major sporting events. WiFi is also available.
The club is located on the ground floor of the Sloan House building. Entrance to the club is through the lobby of the Rockefeller Research Laboratories at 430 East 67th Street.
For more information, visit Student and Faculty Club website.
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