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Student Health Center at Citrus College

The Student Health Center will continue to address the medical needs of students via telehealth services (telephone, email and Zoom) and will schedule in-person services (by appointment only) as deemed necessary by a clinician. No walk-in appointments will be offered at this time.

​​​​​​​The Citrus College Student Health Center's mission is to support the educational process and overall mission of Citrus College by providing quality health care services and promoting positive health outcomes for the Citrus College.

All currently enrolled students who pay the student health fee are eligible to receive health care services from the Student Health Center. A current Citrus College ID card or a current class printout with a picture ID are required to be seen. Many of the services provided by the student health center are free of charge. Some tests, medications, and procedures require a minimal fee.

Mandatory COVID-19 Testing for Students On-Campus

A Guide for Student COVID-19 Exposure [PDF]

Where can I get COVID-19 tested in Los Angeles County?

Citrus College Student Testing

At Citrus College, COVID-19 testing is mandatory for students taking in-person, on-campus classes. The testing site is located in the college's Haugh Performing Arts Center lobby. (The HPAC is located on the west end of campus, north of the Student Services Building.)

The campus testing site is open Monday through Thursday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. and Friday from 9 a.m. to noon.

The test is provided at no cost to the student.

Review the Mandatory COVID-19 Testing for Students On-Campus web page more information.

Nearby Community Sites

Appointments may not be needed, depending on the venue; however, appointments assist in reducing wait times. Registration/appointment links are provided for the individual sites listed below.

Azusa
Memorial Park North Recreation Center
320 N. Orange Ave., Azusa
Click here for the appointment and registration link.

Covina
Wingate Park (pop-up site)
735 N. Glendora Ave., Covina
Click here for the appointment and registration link

Glendora
Integrative Urgent Care Testing Queue ($20 per test)
148 N. Grand Ave, Glendora
Click here for the appointment and registration link.

West Covina
Cortez Park-Community and Senior Center (pop-up site)
2501 E. Cortez St., West Covina
Click here for the appointment and registration link.

East Valley Community Health Center
420 S. Glendora Ave., West Covina
Please call (626) 919-5724 or visit website

L.A. County Testing Venues

Visit the County of Los Angeles COVID-19 testing location website.

Where can I get the COVID-19 vaccine?

California Department of Public Health My Turn vaccination scheduling website

Online Appointment Scheduling Form

Medical History Request Form

Need Medi-Cal? Contact a certified enrollment counselor from East Valley Community Health Center to assist with Medi-Cal applications, Medi-Cal renewals, Medi-Cal questions and answers. Email: llopez@evchc.org or call/text at (909) 235-0368.

Take a Virtual Tour of the Student Health Center

Fall 2021 Hours
The Student Health Center will offer a hybrid schedule of virtual and in-person hours during the fall 2021 semester.

In-person hours will be available on Mondays and Wednesdays from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. by appointment only.

Virtual hours will also be available by appointment.

Students can request an appointment by completing the online appointment scheduling form.

Please note, for safety reasons, children are not allowed in the Student Health Center.

We are closed weekends and college holidays. Services are available only when classes are in session.

Hours sometimes vary for health care providers and hours subject to change.

Online Appointment Scheduling Form

Medical History Request Form

Phone: (626) 914-8671
Fax: (626) 914-8673

​Emergencies
In the event of an emergency while on campus, students should contact campus safety at (626) 914-8611

In life threatening situations, students should call 911 for and ambulance, then call Campus Safety so they can assist the ambulance in finding the student.

​Campus Safety also has a first aid kit​ and defibrillators available.​​​

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Student Health Center at Citrus College