WHEN CSUMB STUDENTS ARE ELIGIBLE FOR DISCOUNTED MEDICAL SERVICES AT DOD CLINICS

The CHC is Closed, Medical Attention is Needed, and You Do Not Have a Medical Emergency

Outside of normal business hours for the Campus Health Center, students are able to access after-hours care, should he or she need medical attention, via Doctors on Duty (DOD) or their a local healthcare facility of choice.

If a student goes to a Doctors on Duty (DOD) clinics for medical care, students are asked to bring their current CSUMB identification for discounted fees (see conditions below). Care is provided on a fee-for-service basis and payment is the patient's responsibility.

See below for: Conditions that must be met for students to be eligible for discounted medical services at Doctors on Duty clinics.

For MEDICAL EMERGENCIES call 9-1-1

Doctors on Duty: Hours, Location, and Contact Information

PLEASE NOTE that conditions apply when receiving medical service at a Doctors on Duty clinic. See details below.

Doctors on Duty – Salinas

1212 South Main Street, Salinas
(831) 422-7777
8:00 am to 8:00 pm, 7 days a week

Doctors on Duty – Monterey

501 Lighthouse Avenue, Monterey
(831) 649-0770
8:00 am to 8:00 pm, Monday through Saturday
8:00 am to 6:00 pm, Sunday

Doctors on Duty – Seaside

1513 Fremont Boulevard, Suite E-1, Seaside
(831) 899-1910
8:00 am to 6:00 pm, Monday through Friday
Closed Saturday
Closed Sunday

Doctors on Duty – Marina

3130 Del Monte Avenue, Marina
(831) 883-3330
8 am to 6 pm, Monday through Friday
Closed Saturday
Closed Sunday

**Conditions that must be met for students to be eligible for discounted medical services at Doctors on Duty clinics (including After-Hours Care)**

PLEASE NOTE the following conditions apply when receiving medical service at a DOD clinic:

WHO QUALIFIES FOR DISCOUNTED PRICING

  • CSUMB students with a current 'Student' identification card (students must present a current student ID card Fall, Winter, or Summer with the current year's sticker).
  • CSUMB staff or faculty (even if they are attending classes) do not qualify for discounted pricing - they would NOT have a 'Student' ID card and are exempt from paying the required student health fee.

WHEN CSUMB STUDENTS ARE ELIGIBLE FOR DISCOUNTED MEDICAL SERVICES AT DOD CLINICS

  1. During regular business hours, if for any reason, the Campus Health Center could not provide medical service.
  2. Any time the Campus Health Center refers a Student to a DOD clinic for medical care; and
  3. Students go to a DOD clinic during the hours the Campus Health Center is closed (e.g. weekends, holidays, & Winter Break).

NOTE: DOD clinics will act as if they were the Campus Health Center whenever the Campus health Center is closed or unable to serve eligible students.

DISCOUNTED RATES

  • No Charge for ALL Office Visits and in-house lab tests (i.e., Strep tests, UA's, HCG's, etc.). NOTE: Whenever possible, students should have lab tests performed at the Campus Health Center as some tests processed by Quest Diagnostics are discounted ONLY when collected at the Campus Health Center. Otherwise, lab tests collected at a DOD clinic are billed to the student at the lab's standard, non-discounted rate;
  • All other services are discounted by 30% (i.e., ortho supplies, nebulizer treatments, EKG's, etc.). Students are responsible for 70% of DOD charges (i.e., charge is $84.00 X 70% = $58.80); and
  • Listed X-ray prices are already discounted.