- Student Health Services is not open.
- You have a medical condition or emergency that requires specialized tests, treatment, or hospital care.
Many SF State students qualify for health insurance through the Affordable Care Act. To see if you are qualify speak with a local Enrollment Counselor.
For more information about ACA and Covered CA:
|Health Benefits Resource Center||Araceli Martinez||2015 Forest Ave, San Jose, 95128||(408) 991-5860|
|Health Ways, Inc.||Dr. Vennie Acebo||901 Campus Drive, Suite 209, Daly City, 94015||(650) 746-3316|
|Maxine Hall Health Center||Roxana Wu||1301 Pierce Street, San Francisco, 94115||(415) 292-1300|
|Mission Neighborhood Health Clinic||Luis Cortez||240 Shotwell Street, San Francisco, 94110||(415) 692-1515|
|North East Medical Services||(415) 391-9686 ext. 8130|
|South of Market Health Center||Kym Canty||229 7th Street, San Francisco, 94103||(415) 503-6077|
|Women's Community Clinic||Kemi Role||1833 Filmore Street, 3rd Floor, San Francisco 94115||(415) 379-7800|
With the passage of the Affordable Care Act, many SF State students qualify for Medi-Cal.
You can enroll in Medi-Cal:
- In-person with a community organization;
- Online through Covered CA; or
- At your county Medi-Cal office.
For more information about Medi-Cal:
If you qualify for Medi-Cal you will also qualify for dental coverage thorough Denti-Cal.
Students who have completed the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) process can qualify for MediCal through the "Permanently Residing Under the Color of Law" or PRUCOL.
The best way for a DACA student to sign up for MediCal is to go to their local MediCal office with:
- A filled out PRUCOL form;
- DACA documentation; and
- Income information.
Resources for DACA Students:
Student Health Services does not provide any dental care. You must purchase separate dental insurance.