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Our Services/Pocatello and Idaho Falls and Meridian Options

ISU Students Pocatello, Idaho

Our comprehensive medical services encompass a wide spectrum of care, comprising acute/urgent care, primary care, orthopedics, and mental health care. We are committed to delivering a diverse range of healthcare options to meet the various needs of our patients.

ISU Students in Idaho Falls:

Currently there are no medical services on the Idaho Falls campus for medical coverage.  Students are welcome to use the University Health Center in Pocatello.  Alternatively, you can contact your own provider or go to a local urgent care.

ISU Students in Meridian:

ISU Meridian students are now eligible to be seen on campus at ISU Meridian Health Care on Tuesday - Thursday.  Emergent health services needed on Friday - Monday should be accessed at Unity Health Center, 1130 East Fairview, Meridian, Idaho.  Office visits are covered by University Health and will not be charged to the student.  Students will be charged for additional services such as laboratory services, office procedures, immunizations and x-rays.  These services can be billed to the student's private insurance.  The student will be responsible for any co-pays, co-insurance, or deductibles for these additional services.  ISU Meridian Health Care and Unity bill most insurances.

ISU Meridian Health Care is located in the clinic lobby on the southeast entrance of the building. Walk-ins are welcome Tuesday - Thursday. These appointments are based on availability.  You can also schedule an appointment at (208) 373-1734.  Unity Health Center's phone number is (208) 895-6729.  You must present your Bengal Student ID to be identified as an ISU student.  More information online can be found at:

ISU Meridian Health Care

Unity Health

ISU Faculty and Staff

Idaho State University Health Center is now offering acute and preventative care to faculty and staff.

Your quality health care services are conveniently provided on campus with short wait times.

In addition to affordable care and treatment, the ISU Health Center also provides multiple on-site services including X-ray, laboratory, and pharmacy.

Faculty and staff are kept healthy through immunizations, blood tests, annual exams, and treatment of ongoing medical issues such as diabetes or blood pressure.

Services we offer include:

  • Primary Care
  • Urgent Care, including laceration repair and minor surgeries
  • Sports Medicine
  • Mental Health
  • Women's Health, including PAP smears and contraceptive services
  • LGBTQIA+ Health
  • Men's Health
  • Annual Wellness Exams
  • Pharmacy
  • X-Ray
  • Laboratory
  • Orthopedic Ultrasound
  • EKGs
  • Spirometry Testing
  • IV Therapy
  • Vaccines
  • Allergy Shot Administration


A well-immunized student population is important for the overall health of the university community and, most of all, you.  The ISU Health Center strongly recommends vaccines noted below.

Although ISU does not require any specific immunizations against communicable diseases for general enrollment, many vaccines are recommended upon entering college. Some programs within the university (such as the health science programs) do have requirements.

We recommend that you maintain a record of all immunizations they have received. Documentation of immunizations is needed for some academic programs, employment, or foreign travel.

If you have any questions about these immunization recommendations, please call us at (208) 282-2330.

The American College Health Association and the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices recommend a few specific vaccines:

  • Hepatitis B (HBV): A two-dose series of vaccine is recommended for all young adults prior to entering college.
  • Measles-Mumps-Rubella (MMR): Two doses of live virus vaccine, both given after the first birthday.
  • Meningococcal Vaccine: One dose, given within three years before starting college. Current recommendations encourage the vaccination of all college students against meningococcal disease.
  • Tetanus-Diphtheria (Td): An initial series of three or four shots usually given in childhood; boosters every ten years thereafter.
  • Pertussis (Tdap): Beginning in 2005, a booster dose of pertussis vaccine is recommended for adolescents and young adults; it is usually administered with tetanus vaccine.
  • Varicella (chicken pox): If you did not have chicken pox as a child, you should get immunized with the varicella vaccine.

You may also need to be aware of the Tuberculosis Screening Requirement