The Campus Health Center provides affordable and accessible health care to UHMC students, faculty and staff. The facility is managed by Denise L. Cohen, APRN, a Nurse Practitioner, with emphasis on health promotion. HMSA, HMAA, UHA and most other insurances are accepted. The center is unable to accept Kaiser or other HMO insurances. Please call to see if your insurance is accepted. Appointments are preferred, but walk-ins are welcome. To book an appointment or for more info, call 984-3493.
Admission Health Requirements
Health Clearance Form (Download)

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health2The Campus Health Center is an approved family planning facility for the state Department of Health, offering low-cost pap tests, birth control options information and administration, pregnancy testing, and prevention and treatment of sexually transmitted diseases. Also provided are physical examinations for school, sports, Coast Guard, Nursing and Dental Program students, and others. The UHMC Health Center provides vaccinations and TB testing. Preference is give to those with appointments. Call 808-984-3493.

The University of Hawaii Maui College Campus Health Center provides:

  • Diagnosis and treatment for minor illnesses or injuries such as influenza, sore throat, UTI and lacerations;
  • Free or low-cost pap tests, birth control options, pregnancy testing, prevention and treatment for sexually transmitted diseases, and emergency contraception;
  • TB testing as well as a wide variety of adult vaccinations discounted fro students, faculty, and staff. (Parental consent is required for students under the age of 18.)
  • TB Clinic: Mon, Tues, Wed, Fri from 9 – 4 pm or by appointment (except Thursdays) .
  • Measles titers or vaccinations: by appointment.

Hours: Monday – Friday 8:30 am – 4:00 pm.
Phone: 984-3493
Location: Center located behind Carpentry Building.
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All applicants must:

  • Follow Hawai’i Administrative Rules Title 11 Department of Health:
  • Submit to the Campus Health Center a current (within 1-year of start of class) the health requirements below. You may not register for classes until you have received health clearance.

Health Clearance Requirements are:

  • Comply with State of Hawai’i tuberculosis clearance guidelines
  • ALL students enrolled at Maui College must have tuberculosis (TB) clearance. A negative TB skin test (PPD – Mantoux) within one year prior to start of class your enrollment is required. Skin test results must be read in 48 to 72 hours. If positive, a chest x-ray is required. TB tests performed outside the United States, or skin testing using methods/materials other than mantoux will not be accepted. Once you have met your TB clearance requirement, your clearance is valid for four years of continuous enrollment.
  • Provide documentation of immunity to measles, mumps, and rubella
  • Two doses of measles vaccine are required, with at least one of the two being an MMR (Measles, Mumps, Rubella). First dose must have been given as of January 1, 1968, AND on or after the first birthday. A second dose must have been given at least 4 weeks after the first dose. Measles, Mumps, and Rubella immunizations may be waived if: 1) Student was born before 1957, 2) Serologic evidence of immunity to measles, mumps, and rubella, or 3) A medical exemption may be granted by a U.S. licensed provider (M.D., D.O., A.P.R.N., P.A.) must state in writing giving a specific vaccine would endanger the student’s life or health.
  • Note: Although not required for enrollment, it is highly recommended that students should also receive the following immunizations: a) Hepatitis A and B, b) Tetanus/Diphtheria, c) Polio and d) Meningococcal. We especially urge students who intend to live in the residence halls to consider the Meningococcal vaccination, as there is an increased risk of this highly contagious disease in this campus population.
  • Persons claiming religious exemption to immunization requirements must sign a waiver form and provide a letter claiming the exemption status from a recognized religious organization.