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Health Services


Student Health Services

Health services (in the form of primary care professional services/not an insurance plan) for Coastline students are provided through the Golden West College and Orange Coast College Health Centers.  For details, go to the Coastline College Health Services website at coastline.edu/services/health-services. 

Locations

Students will be required to select one location to attend, either Golden West College or Orange Coast College. Students cannot visit both health centers.

Golden West College - Huntington Beach

15744 Goldenwest Street
Huntington Beach, California 92647

The GWC Student Health Center is located in the Nursing & Health Services building on the first floor

Golden West College - Campus Map

Orange Coast College - Costa Mesa

2701 Fairview Road
Costa Mesa, California 92626

The OCC Student Health Center is Building 89 (north of Watson Hall)

Orange Coast College - Campus Map

Requirements

In order to receive health care services ( in the form of primary care professional services), each student must:

  • Pay the health fee at the time of registration.
  • Provide student identification card to the health services provider.
  • Present a signed permission statement from a parent or legal guardian, if under the age of 18.
  • Be currently enrolled at Coastline. Health services are available from the first day of the semester in which the student is enrolled until the day prior to the start of the following semester.

Students who drop all of their classes are no longer eligible for health care services.

Overview of Coverages and Exclusions

This is a student health services program to provide general medical evaluations and treatment for acute illnesses and injuries listed. It is not an insurance plan and was not designed to replace your existing health insurance policy. The care you receive is not meant to supersede or replace your existing primary care physician relationship.

Scope of Services - Golden West College 

Scope of Services - Golden West College

During times of COVID-19 campus closure, some services may be tailored to Telehealth format

FREE or low-cost medical services offered at the Student Health Center:

  • Basic medical care
  • Birth control methods
  • Blood pressure screening
  • Depression Screening (PHQ-9)
  • Drug and Alcohol counseling
  • Episodic (short term) medical care
  • First aid for injuries
  • Immunizations
  • Information on health insurance options
  • Medications
  • Mental Health Initial Assessment
  • Orthopedic supplies
  • Physical exams
  • Referrals to community agencies
  • Referrals to community health care providers (specialists, primary care, radiology, urgent care, emergency care)
  • Smoking cessation
  • Social services
  • TB skin testing & TB assessment
  • Vision and hearing screening tests
  • Weight loss/management
  • Wellness and health information
  • Women's health exams and information

Lab Tests And Medications – Golden West College

Service Price
Blood Sugar (Glucose) finger stick test No fee
Condoms (bag of 8 condoms) $1.00
Cryotherapy $10.00
Ear irrigation $5.00 per ear
Fecal occult blood test No fee
Nebulizer treatment for asthma $4.00
Nutrition assessment No fee
Ortho supplies varies
OTC medication samples (must see a nurse) No fee, unless noted
Physical Exam (Basic) $31.00
Pregnancy test (urine) $7.00
Smoking Cessation No fee
Quick Vue Strep A test $7.00
Suture removal $5.00
Thermometers $4.00
TB skin tests $10.00
Urine dip urinalysis test No fee
Well woman exam $15.00
Wellness program No fee

Cash, check, Visa/Mastercard and debit cards are accepted. All prices are subject to change without notice.

Lab Tests And Medications - Golden West College

Commonly prescribed medications and lab work are available at a low cost.

Students must come in or call for more information.

Immunization Prices - Golden West College

Immunization Price
Influenza (seasonal) $16.00
Tdap (Tetanus, Diphtheria, Pertussis) $34.00

Cash, check, Visa/Mastercard and debit cards are accepted.

All prices are subject to change without notice.

Scope Of Services - Orange Coast College

Free or low-cost medical services offered at the Student Health Center.

  • Basic medical care
  • Birth control methods
  • Blood pressure screening
  • Drug and Alcohol counseling
  • Acute (short term) medical care
  • First aid for injuries
  • Immunizations
  • Information on health insurance options
  • Gay health issues
  • Lesbian health issues
  • Medications
  • Men's health exams and information
  • Orthopedic supplies
  • Physical exams
  • Referrals to community agencies
  • Referrals to community health care providers (specialists, primary care, radiology, urgent care, emergency care)
  • Smoking cessation
  • Social services
  • STI testing
  • TB skin testing
  • Vision and hearing screening tests
  • Weight loss/management
  • Wellness and health information
  • Women's health exams and information

Lab Tests And Medications - Orange Coast College

The Student Health Center offers some simple "point-of-care" lab tests, including urinalysis, pregnancy testing, and rapid Strep A. These tests are performed in the health center and the student is charged a very small fee to cover the Health Center's cost. The student pays only the cost of the lab test with no "mark-up." This represents a significant discount to students. All students receiving laboratory services from WestPac must pay the Student Health Center before going in for the lab test. The Health Center will not bill students or their insurance.

Other Services

  • Orange Coast College Nurse Advice Line, (714) 714-7705, monitored by OCC Student Health Center staff during regular business hours.

Schedule An Appointment

To schedule a Telehealth or Teletherapy appointment at Golden West College call the following number:
(714) 895-8379.

To schedule an appointment or speak to a medical professional at Orange Coast College call or text the following number:
(714) 714-7705

All cases of communicable diseases will be reported to the County Health Department as required by law.

Communicable Diseases - What Are They and Legal Mandates

A communicable disease is one that is spread from one person to another through a variety of ways that include: contact with blood and bodily fluids; breathing in an airborne virus; or by being bitten by an insect.

Reporting of cases of communicable disease is important in the planning and evaluation of disease prevention and control programs, in the assurance of appropriate medical therapy, and in the detection of common-source outbreaks. California law mandates healthcare providers and laboratories to report over 80 diseases or conditions to their local health departments. Some examples of the reportable communicable diseases include Hepatitis A, B & C, influenza, measles, and salmonella, and other food-borne illnesses.

COVID-19 Information

If you or someone you know may be suffering from symptoms of COVID-19, please report to Orange County Health Care Agency's Epidemiology Unit immediately: (714) 834-8180

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