ASU health clinics

ASU Health Clinics

Arizona State University maintains a number of clinics to provide community service locally and abroad, as well as student training.

The S.H.O.W. Clinic is Arizona's first student-run clinic for the homeless, as part of a service learning program called Student Health Outreach for Wellness (SHOW). The clinic offers health education and clinical care with support from students from the ASU College of Nursing and Health Innovation and the College of Health Solutions, as well as Northern Arizona University and University of Arizona's College of Medicine - Phoenix. 

ASU Speech and Hearing Clinics provide high quality professional services to the public, from infants to senior citizens. In addition to clinical services and assessments, the clinics offer outreach programs and camps in literacy, socialization, stuttering therapy and other areas, supported by ASU's Department of Hearing and Speech Science.  

ASU Health Services serves ASU students, and is managed in partnership with the Mayo Clinic Care Network. Physicians and nurse practitioners are board-certified in emergency medicine, family medicine, gynecology, internal medicine, neurology, orthopedics, otolaryngology (ear, nose and throat), rheumatology and sports medicine. On-site x-ray and lab services are available and as well, appointments may be scheduled for acupuncture, massage, chiropractic care, and nutritional counseling

ASU Counseling Services offers confidential personal counseling and crisis services for students experiencing emotional concerns, problems in adjusting, and other factors that affect their ability to achieve their academic and personal goals. Response services and prevention strategies for sexual violence issues can be obtained at ASU Wellness.