Clinical Services

Clinical Services

The practice of nursing is essential to the School of Nursing's mission to build on a pioneering tradition of unifying nursing education, research, and practice to pursue excellence in clinical and scientific learning, discovery, and nursing care within an environment of diversity and inclusion.

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
Nurse and patient at biometric screening

Employee Health and Wellness Program

Our program began to meet the wellness needs of UR Medicine employees. Today, we support more than 55 organizations, providing comprehensive wellness services to organizations that range from 50 to 25,000 employees. From school districts to manufacturing sites to health care providers and more, our programs are delivered to meet the unique needs of diverse workforces.

UR Medicine Employee Wellness

Nurse examining student at East High Clinic

School-Based Health Centers

The School-Based Health Centers represent a collaboration between the Rochester City School District and University of Rochester School of Nursing to improve the health, mental health, and overall well-being of Rochester City School District students in an accessible, youth-friendly and confidential setting.

School-Based Health Centers

Reception desk for Employee Wellness

Passport Health Clinic

Traveling abroad for work or vacation? The Passport Health clinic located at the University of Rochester School of Nursing provides pre-travel physicals, vaccinations, prevention strategies, access to travel health insurance, and prescriptions for avoiding travel-related illnesses.

Passport Health Upstate NY

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WNY 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.

WNY Comprehensive Care Center for Eating Disorders

Renu Singh, MS
By tapping into our expertise in nursing science, education, and practice, we have created successful clinical programs that serve to reduce health disparities, improve the health of our community and provide meaningful clinical experiences for students. We are fueled by the outcomes we’ve achieved and the impact we continue to make in the lives of those we serve.
Renu Singh, MS
Senior Associate Dean, Operations
CEO, UR Medicine Employee Wellness Program