The University of Rochester School of Nursing is invested in the local community, offering high-quality clinical services that address critical health needs and disparities. More than an educational institution, the School of Nursing is a partner in improving the health and wellness of individuals and families across the greater Rochester region.
Employee Health and Wellness Program
Serving more than 25,000 Rochester workers, the UR Medicine Center for Employee Wellness provides in-depth health screenings, assessments, and evidence-based wellness programs for employers, including the University of Rochester.
Passport Health Clinic
Traveling abroad for work or vacation? The Passport Health clinic provides pre-travel physicals, vaccinations, prevention strategies, access to travel health insurance, and prescriptions for avoiding travel-related illnesses.
School-Based Health Centers
School-Based Health Centers (SBHC) are an innovative community health initiative serving more than 4,000 students each year at East High School and Frederick Douglass Campus in Rochester with free and comprehensive physical and mental health services.
Western New York Comprehensive Care Center for Eating Disorders
Directed out of the University of Rochester School of Nursing, the Western New York Comprehensive Care Center for Eating Disorders serves as the hub for eating disorder services in the 30-county Western New York Region. A partnership between the School of Nursing and the Child and Adolescent Eating Disorders Program at Golisano Children’s Hospital, it is one of three legislatively mandated comprehensive care centers for eating disorders funded by the New York State Department of Health.