How do I contact eTang?
Call (510) 642-2000 or schedule online in eTang (find out more about online scheduling.
How do I cancel eTang appointment?
Cancel appointments Call (510) 643-7033, 24 hours a day, to cancel an appointment, or cancel online through eTang . You must cancel at least 24 hours in advance or you will be billed a $25 Late Cancellation Fee.
How do you get a therapist at UC Berkeley?
Students can book a counseling appointment on eTang or by calling (510) 642-9494. Virtual Let’s Talk is now available on Zoom with various counselors.
Does UC Berkeley have a hospital?
University Health Services at the Tang Center is a fully-accredited outpatient center designed to address all aspects of health, with medical, mental health, wellness and health education all under one roof. All registered students may use the Tang Center, regardless of insurance.
Does UC Berkeley offer free therapy?
Students do not need to have purchased the Student Health Insurance Plan to see a counselor. Initial phone and in-person consultations, urgent visits, and short-term counseling visits are all free.
Is UCSF the same as UC Berkeley?
This expansion led to a 1949 decision by the UC Board of Regents designating the UCSF campus, rather than UC Berkeley, as the main site for all medical sciences of the UC system.
Where do UC Berkeley students go to medical school?
After two and a half years, students move across the Bay to UCSF to finish their medical education and receive their medical doctorate (MD). The UC Berkeley–UCSF Joint Medical Program (JMP) attracts students who are dedicated to improving the world’s health through scholarly self-directed yet collaborative inquiry.
What percent of Berkeley students get into med school?
UC Berkeley First-Time Applicants by Class Year
|Class of 2020
Is premed at Berkeley hard?
Study hard! Excelling as a Berkeley premed won’t be easy, even if you were a standout student in high school.
What questions should I ask at my first counseling session?
During the first session, your therapist may ask you:
- What are your symptoms?
- What brought you to therapy?
- What do you feel is wrong in your life?
- Some questions about your history, including your childhood, education, relationships (family, romantic, friends), your current living situation, and your career.
What is the most important stage of counseling?
Opening: The initial portion of the counseling process is one of the most important because it provides both counselor and client the opportunity to get to know each other. It also allows the counselor to set the tone for the therapeutic relationship.
Who is eligible to receive care at Tang Center?
All registered students are eligible to receive care at University Health Services Tang Center, regardless of type of health insurance coverage. There are fees for Primary Care and Urgent Care visits, procedures, lab tests, x-rays and medications if they are indicated.
What services does the Tang Center offer?
With a referral from your UHS clinician, the Tang Center offers the services of specialist physicians in: Dermatology, Gastroenterology, General Surgery, Ophthalmology, Orthopedics, Otolaryngology (ENT), Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Podiatry, Repetitive Stress Injuries, Sports Medicine, and Urology.
How do I schedule TBTB testing appointments?
TB testing appointments scheduled online beginning 8/24 Call (510) 642-0607 or come to Physical Therapy, 3rd floor of Tang Center.
What do I do when Tang is closed?
When Tang is closed, check the resources provided in Emergency and Crisis or you may call our 24/7 Advice Nurse Line at (510) 643-7197 for referrals. Berkeley SHIP members who’d like to speak to a nurse when we are closed may contact the 24/7 Nurse Line at (800) 681-4065.