Ƶ’s Center for Health and Well-being offers a holistic approach toward health with a focus on physical, mental and emotional well-being. All enrolled students and employees have access to medical care through the center. The Ƶ clinic is open from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. (closed for lunch 12 p.m. to 1 p.m.) on Monday-Friday. Same day treatment may be available, but please call 770-534-6135 to make an appointment. Ƶ’s counselors provide free, confidential services to enrolled students, including group and individual sessions.

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The Ƶ Center for Health and Well-being is located on the corner of Ƶ Ave. and Boulevard at 205 Boulevard NE,
Gainesville, GA 30501


Clinic is open 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m., Monday – Friday

Closed 12 p.m. – 1 p.m. for Lunch

Contact us

Health Services Office

Office: 770-534-6135
Fax: 770-534-6122

University Counselor

Office: 770-534-6121

New patients must call Health Services at 770-534-6135 to set up their first appointment.
Once you create your account you can:

  • Request appointments with your provider
  • Access your past visits, lab results and documents that are shared by your provider
  • Send secure messages to our practice members
  • Manage your health records and wellness using Personal Portal

Flu Vaccine Payment for University Employees

The Center for Health & Well-Being administers regular flu vaccines for all Ƶ faculty and staff for $25 and $50 for the high dose (Age 65+). After you’ve scheduled your appointment, you must pay for your vaccine .

Health Advisories

COVID-like symptoms

  • DZǷ regarding your specific situation. Employees who need to miss work for illness, whether or not it is COVID-related, should take wellness time.

Frequently Asked Questions

Health Services

Counseling & Support Services

The Ƶ Center for Counseling and Psychological Services (BCCPS), with campus locations both in Gainesville and North Atlanta, provides a variety of services to Ƶ students, staff, faculty and alums as well as individuals in the community.

Learn more about the BCCPS on their webpage.

Mental Health Resources

  • 800-715-4225
  • Crisis Text Line: Text “HOME” to 741741
  • Mental Health America of Georgia –
  • American Psychological Association – 
Health Services

Ƶ offers rapid antigen testing on campus and has contracted off-campus PCR testing. The type of test used will be determined by vaccination status, exposure risk and symptoms.

Health Services

Yes, community patients will be allowed at these clinics.

Health Services

Yes! We are excited to offer in-person appointments and campus visits.