Hours of Operation

Clinic Hours
Mon - Fri: 8:00AM - 4:00PM

Hours subject to change without notice


After Hours Medical Care:
When we are closed, call our Medical Advice Line and speak with a healthcare professional. Call (808) 956-8965.

General Medical Clinic & Specialty Clinics


General Medicine Clinic

Physicians and nurses provide medical care for illnesses and injuries. Please call us at (808) 956-8965 to schedule an appointment.

Dermatology

Dr. Sarah Grekin, a consultant dermatologist, is available at the University Health Services by appointment.

Dermatology appointments are made upon referral by a physician at the General Medicine Clinic. Please call (808) 956-8965 for more information and appointment scheduling.

Psychiatry

Dr. Linda Nahulu is available for psychiatric visits and is currently only seeing revisits. Please call (808) 956-8965 for more information and appointment scheduling.

For additional information regarding psychiatric/counseling issues, please call the Counseling & Student Development Center at (808) 956-7927.

Sports Medicine

The Sports Medicine Clinic, staffed by Dr. Andrew Nichols, is available by appointment on Wednesdays.

Dr. Nichols is board certified in Family Medicine with a Certificate of Added Qualification in Sports Medicine.

Students, faculty, and staff who have sports/exercise-related injuries, questions or want to seek advice on beginning an exercise program should schedule an appointment by calling (808) 956-8965.

For sports related injuries, the Sports Medicine Clinic offers:

  • Evaluation
  • Diagnosis
  • Treatment

Other services include:

  • Prescription for sports and conditioning programs
  • Sports nutritional counseling

Women's Health

The Women's Health provides high quality services in a professional, friendly, and confidential manner. Services include:

  • Routine examinations
  • Family planning
  • Emergency contraception
  • Screening and treatment for sexually transmitted infections
  • Pregnancy testing and counseling
  • Evaluation, counseling, and treatment for other women's health conditions

Patients are seen by appointment, Monday to Friday. Please allow 1 hour for initial appointments. An initial exam may include the following:

  • PAP smear
  • General physical
  • Pelvic exam
  • Breast exam
  • Gonorrhea and Chlamydia testing
  • Blood count
  • Urine test

FAQs: General Recommendations for Women’s Health Examination and Screening (PDF)*

UHSM Women’s Health - General Recommendations for
Women’s Health Examination and Screening

Age Range (years) Pelvic exam Pap smear Chlamydia &Gonorrhea (STIs) Urine Testing Breast exam
17-20 No* No Annual As indicated
21-29 Annual Every 3 years Annually until 25 years, then as indicated Annual
30-65 Annual Every 3 years or every 5 years if performed with HPV testing If indicated Annual
>66 Annual No (If all prior Pap smears were normal) If indicated Annual

*A pelvic exam is required if you have any of the following:

        • Unexplained pain in your lower abdomen or pelvic area
        • Vaginal discharge or wetness on your underwear that causes itching/burning or that smells badly
        • Vaginal discharge that lasts for more than 10 days
        • Missed periods, especially if you are sexually active
        • Pain with intercourse

Call (808) 956-8965 for more information and appointment scheduling. Be sure to notify Women's Health staff if you do not wish to receive mail or notifications regarding your Women's Health visits. Please provide at least 24 hours notice if you need to cancel an appointment.


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