Student Health Center
SHC is open by appointment only (NO WALK-IN). Our current hours of operation are Monday, Wednesday-Friday 8:30 to 5:00pm, Tuesdays 8:30am-4:00pm and closed for lunch from 1-2pm. Please call to schedule an appointment (707) 654-1170. For questions related to testing or COVID-19, you can call the Health Center or call the Solano County COVID-19 Warmline at (707) 784-8988.Hours & Contact Information
Coronavirus (COVID-19) information
We encourage the campus community to stay informed and to engage in healthy steps to help prevent prevent the spread of COVID-19. The Cal Maritime Student Health Center is actively monitoring the situation and will provide updates based subsequent guidance of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the California Department of Public Health, and local health departments.More information on the Health Alert page
Mission Statement & Welcome
Physical well-being has a tremendous impact on a student's academic performance. Our mission is to provide and maintain the optimal health of our students by modifying or removing health-related barriers to learning. We meet this goal by helping our students obtain the skills to remain healthy throughout life and enhancing their lives as a member of the academy and wider community. The Student Health Center provides confidential, high quality and easily accessible clinic-based primary care services to all Cal Maritime matriculated students.
The academy encourages students to utilize the Student Health Center for their medical needs such as urgent care (drop-in), scheduled appointments, physicals, basic lab, specialty clinics, medications prescribed by our healthcare providers and referrals to off-campus providers.
During the annual training cruise, the Cal Maritime Student Health Center relocates to the Medical Treatment Facility onboard the Training Ship GOLDEN BEAR. This facility is staffed with a Chief Medical Officer (Physician) and a Medical Officer (Nurse Practitioner) 24 hours a day for emergency care. In addition to this 24-hour, on-call service, the medical team provides a drop-in clinic twice a day while at sea and once a day while in port for students to access health care. The training ship is equipped with a basic lab, x-ray, medical commodities and pharmaceuticals to support most of the health care needs presented by students.
While on campus or at sea, the care of certain illnesses, injuries and conditions may require hospitalization or services beyond our scope of authorized care. In this incidence, a student will be referred to local medical services where utilization of their medical insurance will be essential. On behalf of the Student Health Center welcome to Cal Maritime.