MAKING AN APPOINTMENT
Pratt Health Services is open for limited in-person services, and remains available virtually and for telehealth visits during our office hours, Monday through Friday, from 9-4 in the summer and 9-5 during the academic year. During the COVID-19 pandemic, our dedicated staff will continue to provide our students with excellent care, albeit in a non-traditional way.
The Health Center is located on the first floor of Willoughby Hall.
Request a virtual appointment by:
When emailing please include your Student ID number in the subject line.
We operate primarily on an appointment basis. In-person appointments will be assigned at the discretion of a healthcare provider. Students should make sure that they have set up their health portal at pratt.medicatconnect.com. We will resume self-serve portal appointments once it is feasible to do so.
Students who make in-person appointments with Health Services will need to meet all the Pratt mandated requirements for entry on campus, including signing the social contract and uploading your covid vaccines and booster if eligible. You can find more information on returning to campus on the Back to Pratt website.
On Campus Emergencies
Call Pratt Campus Security
Extension 3333 (On campus phone)
718.636.3540 (Off campus of cell phone)
Off Campus Emergencies
Health Services is not open 24 hours a day, therefore, you will need to use your best judgment when deciding where to seek treatment.
Here are some examples of how to choose between Emergency vs Urgent care
Urgent Care clinic:
- Back or muscle pain
- Cuts and minor burns
- Skin conditions
- Sprains or joint pain
- Upper respiratory infection
- Urinary tract infections
- Chest pain or pressure
- Compound fracture (bone that protrudes through the skin)
- Head injuries
- Severe abdominal pain
- Shortness of breath
- Sudden, severe headache, or paralysis or weakness
- Uncontrolled bleeding
The Health Center is committed to the promotion and support of diversity and inclusiveness. An integral part of our mission is to provide a safe, welcoming, and respectful environment for all individuals. As members of the college community, we recognize and acknowledge the impact of stereotyping, prejudice, discrimination, power and privilege, condemn oppression in any form.
We are sensitive to individual differences in age, gender, culture, race, ethnicity, spiritual values and beliefs, disability status, religion, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status, and other unique characteristics.
We seek to provide a caring and supportive setting in which individual identities are respected and where one’s dignity and fundamental human rights are protected and affirmed.