Cornell Health provides primary-care services for Cornell’s Ithaca students only. However, many of our services also are available to faculty members, staff, and post-docs (including temporary and term employees).
Services for Cornell employees include:
- Care for minor illnesses and injuries (if appointments are available; please call 607-255-5155 during business hours)
- Evaluation and limited management of work-related illnesses / injuries
- Pharmacy services (prescriptions and self-care items)
- Physical therapy and massage therapy
- Annual flu vaccination (no charge)
- Allergy shots and immunizations
- Travel clinic services
- Lab testing and X-ray services
- Occupational medicine
- Counseling and support through the Faculty & Staff Assistance Program (FSAP) (see more below)
- and support for helping students in distress (see more below)
Please visit our Appointments page to learn about getting care.
Insurance & cost for care
Cornell Health accepts all Cornell employee health plans, among several other insurance plans. Please see our Insurance & Billing page for more information.
Faculty and Staff Assistance Program (FSAP)
Cornell Health’s Faculty and Staff Assistance Program (FSAP) offers free, confidential, professional counseling and consultation services by telephone or in person. FSAP counselors can help with any personal or work-related problem that is affecting your sense of well-being, your daily life, or job performance. Learn more by visiting the FSAP website.
Collaboration & help supporting students
Helping students in distress
If you’re concerned about a student, we can help. Our counselors and Community Consultation & Intervention (CCI) team members are available to assist faculty and staff members regarding students in distress. Visit our Resources for Faculty & Staff page for more details.
You may also refer to our Programming for Faculty & Staff page for information about our “Notice & Respond” trainings.
Each year we collaborate with members of the Cornell faculty to enhance the student learning experience and integrate student health concerns into existing curricula. Cornell Health staff members have served as resources for class projects, guest lectures, and research partnerships. Faculty members have also rewarded students with “extra credit” for participation in Cornell Health focus groups, surveys, and outreach projects.
If you have an idea, or would like to consult with us about curriculum infusion or other collaborative projects, please contact our Skorton Center for Health Initiatives.
Health Leaves of Absence
Cornell students may apply for a voluntary leave of absence (a separation of the student from the university) for health reasons. Health Leaves of Absence are managed through Cornell Heath. Learn more on our Health Leave of Absence page.