Lane Health Clinic - Students Welcome!
Health Clinic Contact
Main Campus Building 18, Room 101,
4000 East 30th Ave.
Eugene, OR 97405
Health Clinic Hours
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.
About the Lane Health Clinic
The Lane Health Clinic provides a broad range of health care services to Lane students and employees. We offer services including treatment for acute illnesses, minor injuries, and chronic conditions. Appointments are preferred; Drop-in visits are accommodated when possible although we cannot guarantee same-day service for walk-ins. 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.
Free HIV and Hepatitis C testing from the HIV Alliance
The HIV Alliance will provide free HIV and Hepatitis C testing at Lane. Testing is confidential, and results will be available in 20 minutes.
October 22, 10am-4pm - LCC Health Clinic
October 30th, 10am-3pm Gender Equity Center
Flu Shots are available now!
Flu shots are $20, we can bill your insurance if you have OHP, or give you a receipt to submit to your insurance.
E-Cigarettes and Vaping
Is it safe to vape?
Currently, the answer is “no”. The Oregon Health Authority warns all Oregonians to not use vaping products or e-cigarettes.
There is an outbreak of lung injury in the US associated with vaping (e-cigarette use) in which as of October 1, 1019 over 1,080 people have developed lung injury and 18 people have died, including in Oregon. Most cases involve vaping cannabis products including THC and CBD but some have involved vaping just nicotine. The CDC has not yet identified how vaping cannabis and nicotine are causing severe lung injury or what exact substance is to blame.
The safest option is to not vape any substance until it is known what is causing these illnesses and deaths.
Anyone who does use an e-cigarette or vaping product should not buy these products off the street, and should not modify or add any substances to these products that are not intended by the manufacturer as this could increase the risk of injury (it is important to note, though, that lung injury has occurred from unaltered vaping products as well).
If you do use a vaping device and experience cough, shortness of breath or chest pain, seek medical attention immediately. Some patients have developed symptoms immediately, while others have developed symptoms over several weeks.
The latest information about vaping related illness can be found at:
Resources to help quit smoking or vaping:
- LCC Health Clinic - (541) 463-5665 Building 18, Room 101
- Oregon Quit Line - (800) QUIT-NOW (800-784-8669)
The mission of the LCC Health Clinic is to provide accessible, quality health care to the students and employees of Lane Community College. Its goal is to maximize LCC community health and enable students to remain in school. The Health Clinic staff works in a collaborative partnership with the students and employees, with respect for diverse beliefs and needs, toward 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.