University Health Services provides a wide variety of health services to the University community from its modern, campus-based facility—from primary health care needs that include vaccinations and routine blood tests to off-hours urgent care. Ultrasound services are also available in the clinic. In addition to providing medical and critical care assessment, the clinic offer referrals to local physicians and to the SGU psychological services center.
The clinic is open with physicians in attendance on weekdays 7 am – 7 pm. Student walk-ins are available, but appointments are necessary for immediate families of students, staff, faculty, and outpatients. Additionally, there is daily 24-hour coverage by well- credentialed physicians to provide students with emergency care when the clinic is not open. Medical emergencies in Grenada are referred to the Grenada General Hospital or St. Augustine Medical Services. University Health Services also facilitates air evacuation when indicated.
The clinic can be found on the main campus in Carriacou Hall, which is located on lower campus adjacent to Charter Hall.
Hours of Operation
The clinic is open weekdays from 7 am – 7 pm, during which time physicians are in attendance throughout. Vaccinations are administered daily. In addition, routine bloodwork is drawn daily between 7:30 am and noon, and ultrasound services are available on weekdays from 9 am – 5 pm.
Appointments are necessary for immediate families of students, staff, faculty, and outpatients.
A physician and a nurse are on call 7 pm – 7 am, Monday through Friday, and 24 hours a day on weekends and holidays. These providers are reached by calling the Resident Assistant, by calling the nurse on call, or through calling security at 777. The nurse on call can be contacted at (473) 407-2791.
All acute care cases are referred to the Grenada General Hospital or to a local private clinic. Occasionally, cases are referred to Trinidad, Barbados, or to the United States.
Cost for consultation is EC $85. Laboratory work sent out, medications, and vaccinations are charged to the patient at cost.
Phone: (473) 444-4671
Fax: (473) 444-1956