Located in Morgan University Center
Room 211G

The next campus blood drive is TBA. To schedule an online appointment, go to Vitalant’s locate a blood drive and enter zip code 79830 or 79832. Call (432) 837-8102 with scheduling problems. To learn about donor eligibility, go to FAQs.

Student health services is staffed by a registered nurse. The office is in University Center Suite 211. Normal hours of operation are 8 am- 5 pm Monday through Friday.

Minor treatments, over-the-counter medication, and basic first-aid supplies are available at no cost to students. Wellness talks for student groups can be requested by contacting health services at 837-8102 or health@sulross.edu.

Sul Ross’ nurse is an ex-officio member of SRSU’s Alcohol and Other Drug Coalition, Accident Prevention and ADA Committees.

*Enrolled students pay a mandatory medical fee. The university’s office-campus care is based on semester or summer session. Continuing students are covered between fall and spring semesters.

Students are responsible for the cost of all emergency room, hospital, ambulance and non-university health care services received during normal business hours, after-hours, weekends and holidays. The Big Bend Regional Medical Center is located on Highway 118 North. The emergency department is open 24 hours. For life-threatening emergencies dail 911.

The Big Bend Regional Medical Center is located on Highway 118 North. The emergency department is open 24 hours.

Preventative Care Health Services*

The university has a student medical agreement with Preventive Care Health Services (PCHS) to provide limited outpatient care, see covered services. The clinic is located opposite Alpine High School across State highway 118 North with parking off Anson Avenue.

PCHS hours are 8 am to 5 pm Monday through Friday. For more information, or to schedule an appointment, call (432) 837-4555. A current student ID card will be requested at check-in.

*Enrolled students pay a mandatory medical fee. The university’s office-campus care is based on semester or summer session. Continuing students are covered between fall and spring semesters.

There are three retail pharmacies near the main campus:

  • Prescription Shop: (432) 837-3498, Open M-F 8:30 am to 6:00 pm, and Saturday 8:30 am to 12:30 pm
  • Highland Drug Inc.: (432) 837-3931, Open M-F 8:00 am to 6:00 pm, Closed Saturday
  • City Drug Store: (432) 837-2252, Open M-F 8:00 am to 6:00 pm, and Saturday 9:00 am to 1:00 pm

The Medicaid Women’s Health Program provides low-income women with free family planning exams, related health screenings, and birth control through Texas Medicaid.

Sports physicals are by appointment with Preventive Care Health Services (PCHS). Examination is provided at no cost to all varsity athletes, cheerleaders, intramural referees and rodeo team members. The cost of tests and/or procedures resulting from abnormal physical exams is the responsibility of students. Appointments should be scheduled in advance by calling (432) 837-4555.

Therapy for sports injuries, physical evaluation and rehabilitation services is provided to student athletes at the Gallego sports facility on campus. The Head Athletic Trainer may be contacted at (432) 837-8241.