The University Health Clinics seek to complement the academic mission of AUST and are dedicated to providing educational, supportive, consultative healthcare services to students, staff, faculty and eligible dependents. In doing so, the Health Clinics strive to make the campus a healthy and safe place to study, work and live.
The objectives of the University Health Clinics are to:
- Provide primary healthcare to students, faculty, staff and eligible dependents.
- Provide emergency healthcare to hostel and campus residents after working hours, at weekends and on holidays.
- Support the integration of university services and provide a healthy atmosphere to accomplish the university objective of a disease-free community
- Provide high quality integrated health services in a timely manner to generate complete customer satisfaction
General Medical Clinics Staffed with:
- Two Female clinics (Jurf 1, 2), Two Male clinics (Jurf 1, 2), and a Hostel clinic, to provide primary healthcare treatment and health education on common diseases.
- Nursing: Comprehensive nursing care and services, including routine and emergency cases, recording patient details and providing treatment.
- Reception: Receiving patients, preparing the patient files and records, recording personal data, preparing daily, monthly and annually statistics.
- Referral System and Follow up: Coordinating referrals for urgent cases to hospital specialists if necessary and following up chronic cases.
- Carrying out medical checkups for all new students
- Medical Insurance work for our staff members and their dependents
- Collaborating with community organizations to conduct health programs and awareness raising activities including No Tobacco campaigns, Diabetes, Breast Cancer awareness events.
- Supporting students with special needs or disabilities who require assistance in their activities within the campus.
- The AUST medical clinics’ services are free of charge and available round the clock.
- All health records, forms and documentations are confidentially kept. The release or transfer of medical Information requires patient's approval, unless legally authorized, or in a life threatening situation.