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Telehealth

During this time of COVID-19 we are offering Telehealth appointments through Boise State Health Services. These sessions are being offered for Medical, Counseling, Psychiatry, and Dietitian services. Telehealth services will be billed to the patient’s insurance company. Please note that we are not able to accept Medicaid at this time.

Interested in a Telehealth visit?

Telehealth is a virtual visit with providers from our Medical, Counseling, Psychiatry and Dietitian services staff from the comfort of your own home using a smartphone, tablet, or computer.  Telehealth is a convenient way to provide counseling, treat common illnesses and manage some chronic conditions.  We do not use telehealth if you are dealing with an emergent or threatening condition and may instead require you to seek in-person care by one of our providers.

Call us at (208) 426-1459 and we’d be glad to help you decide if you would benefit from a telehealth visit.

Please note, appointments are subject to current licensing restrictions across state lines and that we are monitoring that closely since it changes day by day.

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Health Updates

Information regarding the Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Health Services is open and continues to meet the medical and mental health needs of the university population. We are also here to answer questions and offer guidance as COVID-19 evolves.

Clinic Updates

We need to let you know about some changes we have made in order to provide consistent and ongoing care to as many patients as possible:

We are now offering both in-person and telehealth appointments for patients located in the state of Idaho.  Please call us at (208) 426-1459, or talk with your provider to see if your medical, counseling, psychiatry or dietitian appointment is appropriate for telehealth services via Zoom’s HIPAA-compliant platform.

Urgent care and screenings are taking place in the first floor lobby when you enter the building.

In-person Visits

Our crisis counseling remains open.  Please be aware that the South Parking entrance will remain open during regular business hours, upon arrival you will be asked to go through a brief screening process in the first floor lobby.

If you are experiencing symptoms consistent with COVID-19, please call Health Services to talk to a nurse before coming to the clinic.

Unfortunately, we have had to cancel some of our favorite services for the time being.  Massage therapy, sports medicine, and our Oasis room will be closed until further notice

Info & Resources

The World Health Organization and the United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) are monitoring the new Coronavirus (COVID-19).

For more details and information about COVID-19:

The best way to prevent spread of ANY infectious disease such as this, is to utilize infection prevention and control measures. It is recommended to stay home if you’re sick, avoid sick people, and cover your coughs and sneezes with your elbow or a tissue (not your hands). Wash your hands frequently, especially after you have been in the public and touched door handles, stair railings, money, grocery carts, elevator buttons, and other items that lots of other people may also have touched. 

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