Alexander Health Center

The Alexander Health Center offers a range of health care services for University of Tulsa students and employees

The Alexander Health Center (AHC) provides care and treatment of minor illnesses and minor emergencies for all full- and part-time students.  The Health Center is also available for TU employees. Our goal is to provide individualized health care with professional expertise at a minimal cost.  In addition, we strive to assist individuals in choosing and maintaining healthy lifestyles.

Patient Portal

AHC TU Logo PP Link  We are pleased to announce the new service of an online Patient Portal Required patient forms, forms related to your upcoming appointment, messages from/to your provider, lab results, and educational materials are all available on the patient portal.  You can also access, input, upload and print your required immunization records.

Just click on the AHC Logo above and use your TU user name and password to get started using this exciting service.

Health Center Staff

Registered nurses and a physician provide individualized treatment of minor illnesses and injuries and preventative care. Referrals are made to counseling, physician specialists, emergency rooms, x-ray facilities, and other health care agencies for health problems requiring treatment or resources that exceed the Center's capabilities.

Hours of Operation

The Health Center is open Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. and 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. Women's Health services are available by appointment throughout the year. 


Appointments are preferable and can be made by calling 918-631-2241.  Please call the AHC as early in the day as possible to schedule an appointment.  Walk-in appointments are limited and may NOT be available.  

We try to see all patients needing our services but there are times when this is not possible.  If you need to be seen same day and appointments are not available, we can refer you to an off-campus urgent care or emergency room.


There is no charge to see the physician, physician assistant or registered nurse. Minimal charges apply for lab work and medications, which may be charged to your TU student account or the TU/Aetna Student Health Insurance plan. Additionally, we accept cash, check and major credit cards. Valid TU identification must be presented at each visit. Students who have graduated are no longer eligible for services at the AHC.

A student seen off-campus is responsible for any charges incurred. Off-campus visits may include referrals to a specialist, X-ray/CT/MRI, ambulance, hospital, emergency room costs and pharmacy prescription medications.

Class Absences

It is University policy the the Health Center does not issue excuses from class for illness. This is a matter between the student and the professor. Please see the "Notification of Medical Illness Policy" for details.


All contacts at the Alexander Health Center are strictly confidential as protected by law and professional ethics. No information may be released without written consent of the patient.

If you need to see a physician after hours or need emergency care, please refer to this link for more information.