Take advantage of quality health and wellness care, provided by experienced professionals, right here on campus.
Community Health Clinic
Concordia University Chicago is committed to making sure students find quality health and wellness care. Concordia University Chicago attempts to limit the impact of injury or illness by the provision of services for early intervention.
The Health Clinic will not be open this academic year but instead, all traditional undergraduate students have been enrolled in a telehealth program, called Teladoc. This FREE service is available to all Undergraduate students 24/7 and can be accessed via computer, mobile device or app.
There is no cost for consultations and no limit to the number of visits.
The CUC Telehealth Program includes the following:
- Teladoc: Doctors can answer your questions, diagnose common conditions, and prescribe medications when needed.
- *Mental Health: Speak with psychiatrists, psychologists, or therapists. *These mental health services will not replace our on-campus Counseling Center. Students are still highly encouraged to utilize the on-campus Counseling Center for your mental health needs.
- Student Assistance: Access counselors, financial consultants, and more.
- Dermatology: Convenient, reliable skin care for a wide range of conditions.
- Sexual Health: Connect with a local lab and get tested for common STI’s.
Call 1-800-Teladoc or visit member.teladoc.com/registrations/get_started to get started.
Nearby Walk-In Clinics and Hospitals
Find care close to campus.
When you visit a clinic or hospital off campus, be sure to bring your student ID, your current insurance card and money for your co-pay (if applicable).
7617 W. North Ave.
River Forest, IL 60305
*This clinic is full-service, with X-ray on site
*No appointment needed
Monday to Friday: 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Saturday, Sunday and Holidays: 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
*When visiting clinics above, students will need to bring their School ID, Current Insurance Card, and money for their co-pay if applicable.
Gottlieb Memorial Hospital
701 W. North Ave.
Melrose Park, IL 60160
Rush Oak Park Hospital
20 S. Maple Ave.
Oak Park, IL 60304
West Suburban Medical Center
3 Erie Ct.
Oak Park, IL 60302
Our Lady of the Resurrection Medical Center
5645 W Addison St.
Chicago, IL 60634
For emergencies on campus, dial 911, or call Public Safety at 708-771-8300
Illinois State Law and CUC policy require all students who are taking classes at Concordia University Chicago campus (Undergraduate traditional students who are enrolled for 6 or more credit hours, Graduate traditional students who are enrolled for 3 or more credit hours, and all International students) to provide written evidence of current immune status, or evidence of exemption from this requirement.
- Measles, mumps, rubella (MMR): two vaccinations after your first birthday (not required if you were born before January 1, 1957)
- Meningitis: one vaccination after 16th birthday (for students 22 years and younger)
- Tetanus, Diphtheria and Pertussis (TDAP): within the past 10 years
- TB Testing -Required for international students ONLY within the last 12 months. Must upload chest x-ray if TB Skin test is failed
- 2 primary series Tetanus for International students ONLY. Toxoid vaccine (TT) in not acceptable
Concordia University Chicago is partnering with Med+ Proctor to handle all immunization records and compliance with them. Med+ Proctor will verify that incoming immunization records meet dosage and date requirements to meet state, local, and institutional guidelines.
Do not bring or email your completed forms to the Dean of Students Office. You must upload the forms directly to the Med+ Proctor site.
Concordia University Chicago does not release immunization records. We highly recommend that you keep a copy of any documents you submit.
Please also do not hesitate to contact the Dean of Students Office at 708-209-3018 or firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
Important Information About Student Health Insurance Policies
Concordia University Chicago requires that ALL international students must have major medical coverage. All international students are automatically enrolled in the Student Accident and Sickness plan administered by First Agency. Provided below is information regarding the insurance policy:
- International Student Health Plan Member Guide
- International Student Insurance Policy
- International Student Claim Form
- International Student Insurance FAQ
- COVID-19 FAQ for International Students
- International Student Insurance Plan FAQs (Video)
Please contact Magdalena Adamowska at 708-209-3018 if you have any questions.
All Other Undergraduate Students
Concordia University Chicago has always been concerned about the health and well-being of its students. We are pleased to inform you that Concordia University Chicago provides ALL undergraduate students with a Supplemental Accident medical plan at NO COST.
The key points to the accident plan are as follows:
- The plan provides accidental injury coverage for all students from August 1, 2020 to August 1, 2021 for any on campus activity including intramurals and intercollegiate athletics or while attending or participating in any University-sponsored and supervised off-campus activity.
- The plan has a $100 deductible and $5,000 medical maximum. Any student medical expenses incurred in excess of plan limits or not covered by the plan will be the responsibility of the student.
- This is a program of supplemental coverage designed to pick up eligible balances left by the students’ primary insurance plan.
- If the student does not have primary coverage then this plan will assist with covering expenses incurred to the limits stated in the policy.
- This plan does NOT cover medical expenses related to illnesses, physical exams, immunizations or any other expenses not related to accidental injuries.
While the aforementioned accident plan does provide a layer of support, the University strongly recommends that every student obtain comprehensive medical coverage. The Affordable Care Act (ACA) gives millions of individuals with too little or no insurance access to health plans at different cost levels. The law also provides financial assistance to those who qualify based on family size and income.
This is the federal government website that links to the health insurance exchanges offered across the country.
This is the health insurance marketplace site for Illinois, where you can shop and sign up for insurance.
- GetCoveredIllinois hotline, 888-809-2796
This help desk answers questions about signing up and shopping for insurance in Illinois and Medicaid.
In addition, if you have interest in obtaining coverage for the upcoming school year there are a number of short-term plans available that are flexible and affordable that could provide you with a basic level of coverage. The following link www.1stagency.com/shortterm.php will provide you with some coverage options and quotes. Please note this is not a University-sponsored plan, although the plans are available through First Agency, Inc., a longtime insurance provider for the institution. In addition, please understand these short-term medical plans do not meet the minimum requirements of the Affordable Care Act.
As a student, your well-being is our utmost concern, and as such, we want to make sure that you are well informed of the many changes that are impacting student health care. If you have any questions about student health insurance options or health services in general, please do not hesitate to contact The Office of the Dean of Students at 708-209-3005 or by email at dos@CUChicago.edu.