The Alexander H. Ray Student Health Services (part of the Wellness Center) at Winston-Salem State University is an outpatient facility providing a variety of health care services to the student population. All students enrolled at WSSU are eligible to use the health service. Student Health Services provides most services on an appointment basis. However, injuries or illness that require immediate attention may be evaluated by registered nurses, nurse practitioners, medical doctors, and other medical professionals. Students are only seen by appointments and walk-in basis.
*Official University Student ID and Insurance cards are required during each visit.
The mission of Winston-Salem State University’s A. H. Ray Student Health Service is to meet the health needs of the student community. We encourage and reinforce positive health behaviors and the optimum wellness of each student by promoting “Healthy Rams for Life!” Our goal for each student’s health and well-being is accomplished through excellence in health care provision, health education and programs offered. This holistic approach is intended to prevent and minimize interruption of a student’s matriculation due to health related issues and is also intended to enable students to choose to live healthy and productive lives now and after graduation.
Medical records are confidential. Students must sign a Release of Medical Information form to have medical information transferred to another provider of health services. Medical questions will not be answered over the phone or via email. No one except the identified student can have access to the student records unless the student is under 18 years of age (HIPAA).