Health & Wellness

Whether you’re sick, stressed out, or you just want to learn more about healthy behaviors, we’re here to help take care of you during your time at UB. All health and wellness services are available to every UB student, usually at no cost to you.

Reporting Emergencies

Call University Police at 716-645-2222. If you live in Flickinger Court Apartments or off campus, call 911.

Health Services (Non-Emergencies)

Michael Hall, South Campus
716-829-3316

Call Health Services for any non-emergency medical concern. Our team includes physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, registered nurses, medical support staff, and supervised chiropractic interns. 

How Can We Help You?

  • General medical appointments
  • Chronic illness management
  • Health screenings
  • Men’s health clinics
  • Women’s health clinics
  • Chiropractic services
  • Immunization and travel clinics

Physicians also provide referrals to specialty care as appropriate. 

Urgent Care

During Regular Hours

716-829-3316
Call UB Health Services for any urgent medical concerns.
Michael Hall, South Campus

After Hours

716-829-3316

Call UB Health Services and listen to the phone message, which will give you instructions for how to reach the after-hours nurse. This nurse will provide medical care advice and assistance over the phone. 

If you need urgent (but not emergency) medical care when UB Student Health Services is closed, you may want to visit a local urgent care facility.

Please note: the office visit to an urgent care facility is NOT paid for by your mandatory health fee. We advise you to check with your insurance company regarding coverage before you go to one of these centers, as you are responsible for any costs not paid for by your health insurance company.

Counseling Services

120 Richmond Quad, North Campus
716-645-2720

You can always call Counseling Services for any emotional issues, including dealing with stress, handling a crisis, or coping with the transition to the university. Counseling is provided individually, in groups, and through workshops. 

How Can We Help You?

  • Couples counseling
  • Crisis intervention
  • Eating disorders
  • Evaluation for and monitoring of psychiatric medications
  • Relationship problems
  • Academic concerns
  • Anxiety and depression
  • Poor body image 
  • Loss of a loved one
  • Homesickness or loneliness
  • Problems with alcohol and other drugs 
  • Cross-cultural identity concerns
  • Sexual identity concerns
  • Sexual or physical abuse/assault

Wellness Education Services

716-645-2837
114 Student Union, North Campus 

Get the information and skills you need to improve your health and manage your wellness for the long-term. 

How Can We Help You?