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.
Masks are required if you are sick. Otherwise, masks are encouraged.
Online Students: Opt In to use the Health Clinic
If you're only taking online classes, you may now opt in to use the Health Clinic! You'll need to use the Health Clinic Services Registration form to opt in to pay the health clinic fee of $45. The Spring 2023 CRN is 41445.
In clinic news today: Updated COVID-19 booster
An additional COVID-19 vaccination booster has been approved for adults 65 years of age and older and some immunocompromised individuals. Vaccination appointments are available at the Student Health and Wellness Center. Scroll down to events to make an appointment for one of our vaccination clinics. More vaccination clinic dates will be posted as they are scheduled.
Adults 65 years of age and older can get a booster if it has been 4 months or more since their last COVID-19 vaccine. Moderately or severely immunocompromised people can get a booster if it has been more than 2 months since their last dose of COVID-19 vaccine. Feel free to call the Health Clinic if you have any questions about vaccine eligibility.
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 bivalent Pfizer and Moderna
To determine if you are eligible for a booster dose or may need additional doses because of an immunocompromising condition, please see the CDC guidelines.
We have an adequate supply of booster doses at the moment so family members that are eligible for a booster may sign up for an appointment as well. (Please note people must be 12 or older for Pfizer boosters and 18 or older for Moderna boosters).
Please schedule your vaccination appointment below by clicking on the date of the vaccination clinic you wish to sign up for.
If you have any symptoms of COVID-19, do not come to campus until your symptoms are gone, or you have been told by a health care provider that you are no longer contagious.
The Health Clinic may offer COVID-19 testing for eligible students. Call 541-463-5665 for an appointment.
If you are on campus and start to feel ill, step outside and call us to see if testing is available at that time.
Do not come into the clinic if you are feeling ill!
We provide a wide range of adult vaccinations and have low cost titers available.
We provide evaluation and treatment for acute illnesses and injuries such as sore throat, cough, rashes, urinary or genital complaints, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, joint or muscle injuries and skin injuries.
In addition, students are welcome to make an appointment to discuss any general health or wellness concerns.
We offer affordable and some free options for STD testing. Online STD screening is available, or call to make an appointment.
Condoms are always available for FREE in the Health Clinic Lobby.
Do you have general questions about your health? You can talk to a RN or Nurse Practitioner (FNP) about any of your health questions.
Call the clinic for an appointment or email firstname.lastname@example.org
We are happy to provide physicals for sports or other programs. Please complete and bring the student section of the physical form with you to your visit.
$50 payable at the time of service or charge to your student account (Price subject to change based on costs).
We welcome all students to make an appointment to discuss birth control options. Prescriptions can be provided for oral contraception, injection (Depo-provera) topical (patch) and the vaginal ring. At this time we do not provide long acting contraception (IUD, and implant), these are available at other providers in the community, including Planned Parenthood.
Free Emergency Contraception is available in the Health Clinic. Ask for Emergency Contraception (plan B) at the front desk, or make an appointment with a provider to discuss the different emergency contraception options we have available.
More information on emergency contraception and birth control options
Condoms are always available for Free in the Health Clinic lobby.
PrEP is a medication that can be taken to reduce the chance of contracting HIV.
If you think PrEP is right for you call to make an appointment.
Many Lane students qualify for the Oregon Health Plan (OHP, or Oregon Medicaid).
We can help you sign up or see if you qualify, call for an appointment.
Prescription Refill Requests will be refilled within 2 business days of receipt of the request. If you need to request a refill of a Prescription obtained from a pharmacy, please call the pharmacy to request the refill. The pharmacy will forward the request to us by fax.
If you received medication through Patient Assistance, please follow the instructions given to you at the time of your application. If you have misplaced that information or have questions regarding patient assistance medications, please call the clinic at (541) 463-5665 with the following information: Your name, state that it is a patient assistance medication, name of the medication, name of the manufacturer of the medication, the amount of the medication you are taking, and the name of the provider who prescribed it to you.
The Health Clinic values your privacy and the services you receive in the Health Clinic are confidential. Here is a copy of the Health Clinic’s Notice of Privacy Practices.
If you are on your parent’s or spouse’s insurance plan, Oregon guarantees you the right to have protected information about your health care sent directly to you from your insurer instead of to your parent or spouse. Here is the Confidential Communications Request form to fill out to send to your insurance company. Here is information about the process. The Health Clinic can answer any questions you may have about the process.
Upcoming Clinics and Events
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About the Lane Health Clinic
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.
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
The Health Clinic is located on Lane's Main campus, Building 18, Room 101.
4000 East 30th Ave.
Eugene, OR 97405
Building 18, Room 101
Fridays 8:30-2 (no appointments available on Fridays)
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.
If you are having a mental health emergency call or text 988
The LCC Health Clinic does not provide after-hours medical care. If you need a prescription refill, contact your pharmacy.