Outpatient Medical Clinic

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The Medical Clinic

The BUC clinic offers comprehensive health care services to ensure the well-being of the entire BUC community.  Everyone can benefit from medical advice, treatment, vaccines, pharmacy services, and recommendations for outside care.


  • A patient’s satisfaction is not an offer, it is a patient’s right.
  • Patient needs come first.
  • Excellent customer service
  • Prevent illness, relieve suffering, restore health and promote wellness.
  • Create a positive work environment, as our staff should feel good about where they work and the jobs that they do.
  • Respect for all cultures and ethnicities
  • Open communication between providers and patients and between students, faculty and staff
  • Collaboration with and in support of campus academic and service units
  • Positive relationships with governmental health authorities and local medical organizations
  • Continuous quality improvement throughout the organization.


  • Medical Advice: Medical advice is available to all members of the BUC community, either through a visit to the medical services office or by phone, in case of an emergency. All BUC community members may visit the office in case of illness, general check-up or in the case of an emergency.
  • Vaccines and Other Injections: Vaccination services are available at the medical services office on an appointment basis.
  • Medications: Medicine is available through the medical services office, in accordance with BUC’s drug policy. Medicine is dispensed through a signed and stamped prescription from a BUC physician.
  • Diagnostic Services: Laboratory and radiographic services are available (all chemical labs, ultrasound, Echocardiogram, ECG).
  • Pre-placement Physical Examination.


 Rules and Regulations
  1. Patients should always come to the clinic on an appointment basis, except in the case of an emergency.
  2. Large crowds cannot accompany emergency cases; a maximum of one colleague or family member is permitted.
  3. The patient must come to the office with the leaflet to attend medical examination form signed by his or her department chair or supervisor.


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