Roger Williams University Health Services is committed to delivering confidential, evidence-based health care and fostering compassionate and collaborative partnerships with students, families, and the campus community.
We are patient advocates empowering students to develop and maintain healthy lifestyles and behaviors to enhance their academic success, personal growth, and sustained well-being. We provide a safe, inclusive health care experience that welcomes, values, respects and affirms all members of our community.
The patient portal is a secure electronic format for accessing the following online services:
- New student health forms
- Secure messages from Health Services staff
- Self-scheduling online appointments
- Upcoming scheduled appointments
You are automatically registered once you receive your RWU student ID and email.
Login using your RWU Student Username and Password.
Required Health Forms
Rhode Island State Law requires that all incoming undergraduate students submit health forms and a current immunizations record prior to arriving on campus.
All health forms must be entered electronically and uploaded in the patient portal. Forms will not be accepted by fax or mail. Access health forms here.
|**If Health Services does not receive completed health forms or a student is not compliant with Rhode Island mandated vaccines, a hold will be placed on the student's account and students will not be allowed to attend classes until cleared by Health Services.|
How to Access CareClick to Open
Health Services is open Monday-Friday 8:30 am-5:00 pm (last bookable appointment is at 4:20 PM).
To schedule an appointment:
- Call (401)254-3156 OR
- Use online self-scheduling available here.
Walk-ins will be accommodated whenever possible. Please expect extended wait times if you do not have a scheduled appointment.
Release of Medical InformationClick to Open
RWU Health Services is committed to protecting student's personal health information (PHI) with the strictest confidentiality. We will not disclose PHI to Dean's, Professors, other University staff, parents, or other parties without a student's consent except in rare circumstances as required by law or in the case of an emergency. These exceptions include:
- Threat of immediate danger to self or others
- Reportable communicable illnesses, such as meningitis and sexually transmitted infections which constitute public health risks
- When clinicians or health records are subpoenaed by the court in legal cases
In the event of an emergency situation requiring hospitalization where it is impossible to obtain a student's consent, the parent or legal guardian will be notified by the hospital.
Students can request the release of medical information to outside providers by completing the Authorization for Disclosure of Medical Information