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Student Health Services
All students have access to the Student Health Service at the Family Practice Center (FPC) at Monument
The Student Health Service is also responsible for maintaining immunization and health records for all
Access to the Student Health Service is through Family Medicine at Monument Square, located on the first floor of 317 George Street in downtown New Brunswick.
Access is by appointment, during regular hours of operation (8:30 AM to 5:00 PM and selected evenings).
Family Medicine at Monument Square
For more details about Student Health Services at the Family Practice Center at Monument Square, click here
Student Health Clinic at Hurtado Health Center
Mon -Thur: 8:30 am – 5:00 pm
After hours: Call the RHS Advice Nurse Line:1-800-890-5882For urgent medical attention or for an actual emergency call the Rutgers Police or 911.
11 Bishop Place
New Brunswick, NJ 08901
Under University policy, all full-time Rutgers Biomedical Health Science (RBHS) students as well as part-time RBHS students who participate in clinical experience as part of their educational programs are required to be covered by health and accident insurance. All students will be automatically enrolled in the Student Health Insurance Plan unless an online Waiver Form is completed and submitted each year by the student who wishes to waive coverage. The Waiver Form must be complete online by the September 30th deadline. The University, in conjunction with United Healthcare Insurance Company, offers a plan which fulfills the RBHS insurance requirements.
For more information regarding University Health Plans (UHP), Click Here.
Rutgers offers our students, postdoctoral fellows and their dependents the DeltaCare dental insurance plan. Enrollment in this plan is voluntary; it is not required insurance.
Disability Services for the Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences
Students with a documented disability looking to apply for
reasonable accommodations and services at the Graduate School of
Biomedical Sciences must:
Additional information is available at the Office of Disability Services website.
The University offers students and employees traveling abroad on University-authorized educational or work experiences a program of insurance through International SOS (ISOS). ISOS helps students and employees traveling abroad on University-authorized educational or work experiences with a 24/7 resource - on call, online and even on the ground - to help with any medical, security and logistical questions, concerns and situations that may arise. International SOS is NOT health insurance. Rutgers Department of Risk Management & Insurance provides ISOS services free of charge to its students, faculty and staff. No registration is necessary for ISOS. Certain services are subject to the authorization and approval of Rutgers Risk Management. Click here for information on the ISOS website. Please contact the GSBBS at RWJMS office (732-235-5016) to obtain the password.
HTH is international health insurance. HTH assists in providing health networks and medical care outside of the US. Rutgers requires all international STUDENT travelers to purchase the HTH international health insurance. It is optional for faculty and staff. HTH health coverage currently costs $38/month (no prorate) to Rutgers students/faculty and staff. Registration for HTH is done through Rutgers Dept. of Risk Management & Insurance. Contact Steven Martini by email or 848-932-3008 for assistance.
Click here to access Rutgers Risk Management website for additional information on the ISOS program and International Health Insurance.