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Hours

Office Hours
Mon - Fri
8:30 am - 4:30 pm

Summer Office Hours
Mon - Fri
8:30 am - 4 pm

Summer Clinical Hours
Tue and Thu
9 am - 3 pm

Contact Health Services

In the event of an emergency or when Health Services is closed, please call  401-232-6911  for an EMT.
Barrington House
(401) 232-6702

Bryant University Health Services is committed to the overall well-being of its students. The professional staff in Health Services provides on-site medical care and wellness programs to help students get healthy and stay healthy. Care is provided by full-time Certified Nurse Practitioners, a Registered Dietician, and a Health Promotion Coordinator. 

The mission of Health Services is to keep students healthy by promoting wellness, and prevention of disease in a caring environment, which respects students’ dignity, diversity, and privacy. Our goal is to help students become full participants in their healthcare.

The mission of Health Services is to keep students healthy by promoting wellness, and prevention of disease in a caring environment, which respects students’ dignity, diversity, and privacy. Our goal is to help students become full participants in their healthcare.

All health records are confidential and require a student's signature for release.  Due to privacy laws, Health Services cannot discuss medical information about an illness or treatment. Parents and faculty are only notified of a student’s condition if it is a true emergency or if the student gives consent.   

All health records are confidential and require a student's signature for release.  Due to privacy laws, Health Services cannot discuss medical information about an illness or treatment. Parents and faculty are only notified of a student’s condition if it is a true emergency or if the student gives consent.   

All students who are registered for classes at Bryant University have access to health care at Health Services. There is no fee for services offered, however, we strongly urge every student to maintain adequate health insurance to cover unexpected medical expenses. Health Services is open Monday- Friday 8:30am- 4:30pm. In the event of an emergency or when Health Services is closed, emergency medical technicians (EMTs) are available through the Department of Public Safety at 401-232-6001.

Visit appointments are required. Please call Health Services at 401-232-6220 and press 3.

All students who are registered for classes at Bryant University have access to health care at Health Services. There is no fee for services offered, however, we strongly urge every student to maintain adequate health insurance to cover unexpected medical expenses. Health Services is open Monday- Friday 8:30am- 4:30pm. In the event of an emergency or when Health Services is closed, emergency medical technicians (EMTs) are available through the Department of Public Safety at 401-232-6001.

Visit appointments are required. Please call Health Services at 401-232-6220 and press 3.

Health Services does not provide excuse notes for illness or visits to Health Services that may have led to missed classes or exams.

This policy resembles those of most Universities and is consistent with the recommendations of the American College Health Association, CDC and Rhode Island Department of Health. Health Services recommends that students contact their professors if they are ill and unable to attend class, complete assignments, or take an exam.  It is the student's responsibility to communicate directly and proactively with faculty of conditions that interfere with these processes. This policy reflects our respect for our students' medical privacy and our educational mission to help our students become independent stewards of their own health care. There are also many patient confidentiality laws that must be observed.  Requiring a written note from Health Services causes students who would not normally be in Health Services to possibly be exposed to more infectious diseases and also makes students more likely to go to class when they are ill.  When you are sick, you should stay in your room in order to limit the transmission of illnesses around campus. Health Services' duty is to provide direct medical care to students, which is critical to their health and well-being.

Health Services does not provide excuse notes for illness or visits to Health Services that may have led to missed classes or exams.

This policy resembles those of most Universities and is consistent with the recommendations of the American College Health Association, CDC and Rhode Island Department of Health. Health Services recommends that students contact their professors if they are ill and unable to attend class, complete assignments, or take an exam.  It is the student's responsibility to communicate directly and proactively with faculty of conditions that interfere with these processes. This policy reflects our respect for our students' medical privacy and our educational mission to help our students become independent stewards of their own health care. There are also many patient confidentiality laws that must be observed.  Requiring a written note from Health Services causes students who would not normally be in Health Services to possibly be exposed to more infectious diseases and also makes students more likely to go to class when they are ill.  When you are sick, you should stay in your room in order to limit the transmission of illnesses around campus. Health Services' duty is to provide direct medical care to students, which is critical to their health and well-being.

All new, full-time students are required to complete the on-line Bryant University Health Forms.

In accordance with Section 23-1- 18(9) of the General Laws of Rhode Island, each entering student must provide the below documentation signed by a licensed health care provider. Students who do not provide Health Services with this completed immunization record by August 1st for fall semester enrollment and January 15th for spring semester enrollment, will have a hold placed on their student account which will hinder their ability to register for classes for the upcoming semester.

If this documentation is not received and verified by Friday, September 10, a $50 fine will be assessed to your student account. 

To complete forms: 

  1. Log in to my.bryant.edu and select Medicat from the Quick Launch drop down menu. 
  2. Log in to Medicat using your Bryant login. 
  3. Follow the instructions on the Medicat homepage. 

Forms that must be completed by you and submitted online: 

  • Registration & Health History  
  • Informed Consent 
  • Emergency Contacts
  • Immunization Input
  • Health Insurance Information (including an uploaded copy of the front and back of the card) 

Forms that must be completed by your health care provider and uploaded to Medicat: 

  • Physical Exam (within one year of Bryant entry, within six months for athletes) 
  • Tuberculosis Risk Assessment 
  • Immunization Record - including the following requirements 
    • MMR (Measles/Mumps/Rubella) - 2 doses required (dose 1 after first birthday) 
    • TDaP- within the past 10 years  
    • HEPATITIS B - 3 doses required 
    • VARICELLA (Chicken Pox) - 2 doses required or history of disease 
    • MENINGITIS - 1 dose (unless first dose was received before 16 years of age) 
    • For the 2021-2022 Academic year, Bryant University is requiring all students to be fully vaccinated for COVID-19 by a vaccine approved by the Food & Drug Administration (FDA) or World Health Organization (WHO) by August 10th. Students should email proof of vaccination to bhs@bryant.edu or upload a copy to the Medicat portal. More information regarding the University’s COVID vaccine policy can be found at: https://covid.bryant.edu/

If you have any questions as you complete these forms, please email bhs@bryant.edu or contact Health Services at 401-232-6220 

All new, full-time students are required to complete the on-line Bryant University Health Forms.

In accordance with Section 23-1- 18(9) of the General Laws of Rhode Island, each entering student must provide the below documentation signed by a licensed health care provider. Students who do not provide Health Services with this completed immunization record by August 1st for fall semester enrollment and January 15th for spring semester enrollment, will have a hold placed on their student account which will hinder their ability to register for classes for the upcoming semester.

If this documentation is not received and verified by Friday, September 10, a $50 fine will be assessed to your student account. 

To complete forms: 

  1. Log in to my.bryant.edu and select Medicat from the Quick Launch drop down menu. 
  2. Log in to Medicat using your Bryant login. 
  3. Follow the instructions on the Medicat homepage. 

Forms that must be completed by you and submitted online: 

  • Registration & Health History  
  • Informed Consent 
  • Emergency Contacts
  • Immunization Input
  • Health Insurance Information (including an uploaded copy of the front and back of the card) 

Forms that must be completed by your health care provider and uploaded to Medicat: 

  • Physical Exam (within one year of Bryant entry, within six months for athletes) 
  • Tuberculosis Risk Assessment 
  • Immunization Record - including the following requirements 
    • MMR (Measles/Mumps/Rubella) - 2 doses required (dose 1 after first birthday) 
    • TDaP- within the past 10 years  
    • HEPATITIS B - 3 doses required 
    • VARICELLA (Chicken Pox) - 2 doses required or history of disease 
    • MENINGITIS - 1 dose (unless first dose was received before 16 years of age) 
    • For the 2021-2022 Academic year, Bryant University is requiring all students to be fully vaccinated for COVID-19 by a vaccine approved by the Food & Drug Administration (FDA) or World Health Organization (WHO) by August 10th. Students should email proof of vaccination to bhs@bryant.edu or upload a copy to the Medicat portal. More information regarding the University’s COVID vaccine policy can be found at: https://covid.bryant.edu/

If you have any questions as you complete these forms, please email bhs@bryant.edu or contact Health Services at 401-232-6220 

Bryant University provides access to a Student Accident and Sickness Insurance Plan. At the beginning of each year you are given the opportunity to enroll or waive this student insurance plan. Before you waive coverage, check your current coverage carefully as frequently students arrive on campus without adequate coverage, especially if covered by a Health Maintenance Organization (HMO) or a managed care plan that has limited or no benefits in the Smithfield, RI area. Make sure you are fully covered while on campus and throughout the policy year for inpatient and outpatient hospitalization, diagnostic testing and xray services, prescription drugs, and mental health services. Also be aware of any deductibles required by your current plan. All full-time students at Bryant University are eligible to enroll in this insurance plan.

Bryant University provides access to a Student Accident and Sickness Insurance Plan. At the beginning of each year you are given the opportunity to enroll or waive this student insurance plan. Before you waive coverage, check your current coverage carefully as frequently students arrive on campus without adequate coverage, especially if covered by a Health Maintenance Organization (HMO) or a managed care plan that has limited or no benefits in the Smithfield, RI area. Make sure you are fully covered while on campus and throughout the policy year for inpatient and outpatient hospitalization, diagnostic testing and xray services, prescription drugs, and mental health services. Also be aware of any deductibles required by your current plan. All full-time students at Bryant University are eligible to enroll in this insurance plan.