Welcome to the Canyon Health and Wellness Clinic. Our goal is to promote a healthy community at Grand Canyon University (GCU) by providing students, staff and faculty with top-quality healthcare services. Nurse practitioners manage the clinic and provide excellent care to the GCU campus community by offering healthcare services, such as prescribing medications, administering physical exams, treating illnesses and delivering holistic individualized care to all of our students.

Contact Us and Hours

Papago Apartments | 855-GCU-LOPE

Monday - Thursday: 8 am - 5 pm | Friday: 8 am - 4 pm
Weekends: Closed

*Appointments are highly recommended

Healthcare Requirements

Prior to the start of classes, GCU requires all students to submit documentation or waivers for certain immunizations. We also ask that certain student groups provide proof of medical insurance. Review the information below prior to the start of classes to make sure you are eligible to start classes on GCU's campus.

Immunization Requirements and Recommendations

To promote a safe and healthy community, GCU requires you to receive certain vaccines prior to attending classes. Many of these vaccines can be obtained at the Canyon Health and Wellness Clinic. It is your responsibility to verify that appropriate documentation has been submitted.

Health Insurance and Medical Requirements

GCU offers AETNA student health insurance for all students who are required to provide proof of coverage. Nursing students in the clinical component of their program and athletes participating in university-sponsored sports are required to provide proof of health insurance. All international students are automatically enrolled in the AETNA student insurance program.

Notice of Privacy Practices

This notice is being provided to you in compliance with the underlying policies outlined in the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA). GCU student medical records are subject to requirements of the Federal Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA) rather than HIPAA, as FERPA carves out an exemption for all student Records. However, in order to ensure that GCU utilizes up-to-date privacy and security protocols, we have instituted the following practices.

This notice describes how "medical/personal health information" (PHI) about you may be used and disclosed and how you can get access to this information. Please review it carefully.

GCU understands the importance of your PHI and follows strict policies to keep your PHI private. Therefore, GCU is providing you this notice that describes its privacy practices concerning your PHI/medical record. Your PHI means any of your written and verbal health information, including demographic data that can be used to identify you and that relates to your past, present or future physical or mental health condition. In general, when we release your PHI, we will release only the information needed to achieve the purpose of the use or disclosure. Your PHI will be available for release to you, to a provider regarding your treatment or due to a legal requirement.

GCU reserves the right to change the privacy practices described in this notice. Changes to our privacy practices would apply to all health information we maintain. If we change our privacy practices, a revised notice will be available upon request.