The Office of Health Services has two divisions, which service various groups within the Washington University School of Medicine community.
Student Health Services
Student Health Services team provides students at Washington University School of Medicine with efficient, accessible, high-quality medical care, without undue financial burden, in order to prevent and treat health problems that may interfere with a student’s educational and professional goals while attending WUSM. The Student Health Service is the primary resource for all your health care needs. We are conveniently located on campus. We provide a full range of primary care medical services, mental health services, and health promotion and wellness services. Our clinical staff consists of physicians, nurses, psychologists, and administrative staff. Please call (314) 362-3523 for an appointment.
Student Health is committed to delivering efficient, accessible, high-quality medical care, without undue financial burden, in order to prevent and treat health problems that may interfere with a student’s educational and professional goals while attending WUSM.
Occupational Health Services
The Occupational Health Services provides prevention and medical surveillance for work-related hazards, and treatment for work-related injury/illness for the school of medicine employees. Occupational Health sees employees by appointment. Please call (314) 362-3528 to schedule an appointment.
Occupational Health Services is committed to protecting the wellness of those in our campus community. At Occupational Health Services, we respect and protect the confidentiality of our employees’ health information by instilling and practicing high standards of professionalism, sensitivity, confidentiality and ethics.
The Office of Student & Occupational Health Services is under the direction of Karen S. Winters, MD, an assistant professor in the Department of Medicine. Dr. Winters obtained her bachelor’s degree in medical technology from Illinois State University and her medical degree from Southern Illinois University. She completed her internship and residency in internal medicine at the Jewish Hospital in St. Louis, which merged with Barnes Hospital to form Barnes-Jewish Hospital.
Dr. Winters is board certified in Internal Medicine. Her special interests include student health and women’s health needs. She is a member of the American College Health Association.