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Health Clinic

Students Welcome!

What we offer

Online Students: Opt In to use the Health Clinic

Students taking online classes may now opt in to use the Health Clinic. Students need to use the Health Clinic Services Registration form to opt in to pay the health clinic fee. The Summer 2022 CRN is 10428. The Fall 2022 CRN is 21513.

All patients will be required to wear a mask before entering the clinic. The mask must cover your mouth and nose, and must remain on the entire time you are in the clinic unless a provider asks you to remove it for an exam. A cloth face covering is acceptable. If you do not have a mask, let us know and one will be provided for you.

COVID-19 Vaccines

The LCC Health Clinic is providing COVID-19 vaccines to LCC students and employees by appointment. We are offering:

  • 1st and 2nd doses of Moderna and Pfizer vaccine
  • Booster doses of Pfizer and Moderna

2nd booster doses are available for individuals that are 50 years and older, or for people that are immunocompromised. Learn more about who is eligible for a booster.

If you would like a COVID-19 vaccine at the LCC Health Clinic, please use the links below to schedule an appointment

What should I do if I am afraid of needles or shots?

  • Talk to us!
  • This is a very common fear and we have helped many people through it
  • Tell us what you need- to lie down, have someone hold your hand, listen to music, let you take your time and wait until you are ready
  • If you want you can talk to us ahead of time by phone to work out a plan that will work for you

Flu shots are still available at the Health Clinic

It is more important than ever that you get your flu shot this year. Call to make an appointment to get your flu vaccine at the LCC Health Clinic.

Flu prevention tips:

Seasonal Influenza: Flu Basics

According to the CDC, Influenza (flu) is a contagious respiratory illness caused by influenza viruses. It can cause mild to severe illness. Serious outcomes of flu infection can result in hospitalization or death. Some people, such as older people, young children, and people with certain health conditions are at high risk for serious flu complications. Hand hygiene is a very important part. The best way to prevent the flu is by getting vaccinated each year.

About the Lane Health Clinic

The Lane Health Clinic provides a broad range of health care services to Lane students. Services include evaluation and treatment of acute illnesses, preventative healthcare, and wellness promotion. We provide information and referrals to community resources. All services are confidential.

Health Clinic Staff

Our staff includes Nurse Practitioners, Physicians, Administrative Specialist, Schedulers, Administrative Medical Assistants, Medical Office Assistants, and a Registered Nurse.

Weather Closure Information

The Health Clinic will not be open if the college is closed due to inclement weather. Find details regarding weather and Lane Community College closures, delay start times, and other information.

Mission

The mission of the LCC Health Clinic is to provide affordable, accessible, efficient, evidence-based health care to the students of Lane Community College. The Health Clinic staff provides high quality care in a collaborative partnership with the patient, with respect for diverse beliefs and needs, assisting the patient to make informed decisions about disease prevention and management of health conditions. The clinic provides education to individuals and groups to enable them to be better consumers of health care and stewards of their own health. The clinic also provides a public health perspective to LCC and responds to public health situations affecting the college community.

Contact the Health Clinic

Hours:

See the Services Availability page for current hours and availability.

The Health Clinic is located on Lane's Main campus, Building 18, Room 101.

Lane Community College
Health Clinic
4000 East 30th Ave.
Eugene, OR 97405

Building 18, Room 101
LCC is closed on Fridays during the summer.

If you have an emergency when the clinic is closed, call Campus Public Safety (541) 463-5555 or dial 911. The LCC Health Clinic does not provide after-hours medical care. If you need a prescription refill, contact your pharmacy.