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The University has a complete Student Health Services facility on campus, with a resident physician. All students have access to the health service as part of their enrollment. Student Health Services will refer students to specialists if they cannot be treated on campus.
If you are an international student covered by the medical insurance policy offered by CSU San Marcos, you may either visit health services or your own physician. If you visit health services first, all deductible payments are waived if you are referred to a specialist. Health Services has a list of specialists who accept our medical insurance coverage.
All consultations with Student Health Services are strictly confidential. U.S. law prohibits Health Services from releasing any information about you to anyone (including parents, spouses, or other relatives) without your permission.
Health Services has health information available in many different languages. They also have translators available to assist you in explaining your health problems or understanding doctor's instructions.
Health Services is located in the Palomar-Pomerado building at the corner of Craven Drive and Twin Oaks Valley Road.