University Health Center (UHC) Primary Care Medical Clinics (PCMC)

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The University Health Center (UHC) is a medical unit situated within the main campus in Ardabil. 
UHC has three primary care Medical Clinics staffed with physicians, nurses, and other service providers. The medical care is provided and if needed, the patient is transferred to a city’s hospital. Healthcare center is available at reasonable costs which is possible to pay both on-site and online. When a student pays the health fee each time, the cost includes any medicines, supplies, or procedures which are charged a modest fee. The center is open to both students and staff at all working days from 8:00 to 4:00.
Students visiting UHC for the first time are required to fill out special forms online using their UMA ID account, and bring the print copies. The forms are:
1.Health History form
2.Patient Agreement form (including statements giving permission to treat you, agreement to pay charges that you may incur, and understanding of your rights to privacy and to ask questions about your care and safety)
Counseling Center (CC) The purpose of this center UHC is to help students with their concerns by helping them make better decisions in their life, and examine their thoughts and behaviors to see what needs to be changed to maximize their potential.
CC offers individual, group, and sometimes couples therapy, psychiatric evaluation and medication monitoring, and psychological assessment, and makes referrals to campus and community authorities when appropriate. In addition, it provides highquality training and supervision for advanced trainees.
CC is dedicated 32 University of Mohaghegh Ardabili to offering services while having respect for others, a deep appreciation for diversity, and compassion for the people it serves. UMA students can schedule appointments online, and any staff or employee can call the clinic directly to arrange a convenient appointment time. dedicated to offering services while having respect for others, a deep appreciation for diversity, and compassion for the people it serves. UMA students can schedule appointments online, and any staff or employee can call the clinic directly to arrange a convenient appointment time.