Student Health Services
We are a team of dedicated professionals who provide confidential health care services to LBCC students. Our primary care staff includes Nurse Practitioners, Registered Nurses, and Health Technicians. Mental Health Services are provided by professionals licensed in clinical psychology, social work, and licensed in marriage & family therapy.
LBCC Student Health Services (SHS) supports student success by providing quality and accessible primary care and mental health services and education.
Student Health Services is attentive to the diverse health needs of LBCC Students. We partner with the City of Long Beach and the surrounding community to provide comprehensive clinical services to students. We engage students in making informed decisions about their healthcare, empowering them to be self-directed healthcare consumers. And we integrate health education into all aspects of the college.
PLEASE NOTE: In light of the Coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak, we are providing additional contact information to the Behavioral Health Urgent Care and Mental Health Urgent Care in Long Beach. These offices provide Crisis Assessment, Medication Assessment, Referrals, and other medical services.
For ongoing services, you can contact your own insurance carrier/PCP for referral options. If you have no insurance, you can call ACCESS at 800-854-7771 or contact Long Beach Mental Health at 562-256-2900. They are located at 2600 Redondo Ave. (3rd Floor), Long Beach, CA 90806.
Text COURAGE to 741741
Anxiety and Depression hotline: 800-273-8255
Didi Hirsch Suicide Hotline: 877-727-4747
Primary Care Services Provided
During the Coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak, we are providing phone consultation and referrals for primary care, physicals, laboratory testing, TB testing, and vaccinations if you do not have a primary care provider. Please complete a consent form for telehealth via the Viking Portal if you choose to have a telehealth appointment via a ZOOM platform.
Services Available for Below-Market Costs
Immunizations (Flu, Hepatitis B, MMR, Td and Tdap vaccines), Physical Exams, Glucose Tests, Cholesterol and Hemoglobin Tests, Prescriptions, and Outpatient Laboratory Testing.