Health and Counseling Services

Division of Student Services

Announcements

The HCC will close for the summer on May 21, 2019 at 12:00pm. Clinical services will not be available until we re-open for services on August 26, 2019. Administrative staff will be on duty throughout the summer for medical records requests and general inquiries. Before you leave campus, please request any prescriptions and referrals needed to carry you through the summer break.


An important message regarding the privacy of all Reed students:

The HCC staff are governed by federal statutes in healthcare and college health, including HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability & Accountability Act of 1996) and FERPA (Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974). These acts protect the private information of students in college and their health care records. Conversations between the patient and HCC staff are private, unless the patient requests that another individual be included in the release of private information. Whenever possible, this permission must be in writing. Patient visitors and individuals accompanying the patient to the HCC are included in the purview of HIPAA and FERPA. Please keep in mind that HCC staff can neither confirm, nor deny that a student is currently being seen or has been seen at the HCC, unless a signed release of information is in the student's medical record. We ask that the Reed community and parents respect the student's right to privacy. 


To make a medical or counseling appointment, please call 503-777-7281, or use the Student Portal to schedule medical appointments. Counseling appointments cannot be scheduled online.  


Come speak to our HCC medical staff about PrEP!

Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis is a pill for those at high risk for HIV. Taken daily, it can block HIV.

PrEP is the daily use of antiretroviral medications in combination with safer sex practices to help reduce the risk of HIV infection in an HIV-negative person.
The HCC medical providers would be happy to meet with you to discuss your individual situation and the options open to you regarding PrEP.
Before PrEP is prescribed, HIV testing and symptom history must exclude an HIV infection. It is to be used along with regular HIV/STI testing, as well as periodic counseling and support around adherence and sexual choices.
 
PrEP is recommended by the CDC and WHO as part of a comprehensive prevention approach for individuals at substantial risk of HIV infection.
 
For more information please visit https://www.cdc.gov/hiv/risk/prep/index.html 

Welcome to Reed’s Health and Counseling Center! We are located in the northwest corner of campus at building #4 on the campus map, next to Residence Life and Community Safety. Your health center houses a multidisciplinary team of professionals providing medical services, psychiatric mental health, and mental health counseling.

The Reed Health and Counseling Center is committed to providing individualized, holistic care that supports the student’s whole-person health and well-being. Recognizing the diverse and multicultural vastness of Reed, we at the HCC strive to promote a safe, confidential, and inclusive environment. Our mission is to provide a compassionate and supportive environment in order to help you thrive at Reed.

Useful Links

Student Health Portal
Community Wellness
Pacific Source

Contact Information

To make an appointment, please call our main number

Phone: 503-777-7281

Fax: 503-777-7209

health-services@reed.edu

Location
We are located in the grey building on the west side of campus just north of 28 West (Community Safety).

Hours of Operation
Mon - Fri 9am - 5pm

We are closed from noon to 1:00pm for lunch.

Walk-in Counseling Appointments
Mon - Fri at 3pm

After Hours Assistance
Nurse Advice Line/Community Careline: 800-607-5501

Reed After Hours Crisis Line: 866-432-1224

Emergency
On campus: Community Safety: 503-788-6666 or 6666 from a campus phone

Off campus: Portland Police/Ambulance: 911

Diversity Mission Statement

The HCC embraces the inherent value of diversity and endeavors to promote a safe environment that respects and upholds the dignity and civil rights of all persons. We acknowledge the injustice and profound impact of discrimination and marginalization of individuals and groups. We strive to promote students’ ongoing academic, personal, and multicultural growth. We welcome dialogue of varying perspectives as we continue to expand our self-awareness and understanding of how diversity influences concepts of a holistic health and wellness practice.