Mission: To heal. To care. To educate.
Harvard University Health Services (HUHS) supports the University’s academic and research priorities by promoting that health and wellbeing of the campus community. HUHS is responsible for the administration of the on-site multi-specialty medical practice (the “Clinic”), the administration of two university-owned health plans (HUGHP for faculty and staff, SHIP for students), as well as the management of several health-related departments within the University. The HUHS Clinic includes a main health center location at Smith Campus Center, satellite clinics at Harvard Law School and the Longwood Medical Area, and a sports medicine/athletic trainer facility at Dillon Field House. The Center for Wellness and Health Promotion provides acupuncture and massage services, health education workshops, wellness classes, and student alcohol/drug support programs. Services and offerings are for the exclusive use of members of the Harvard community – students, faculty, staff, eligible post-docs, retirees, and their dependents. HUHS also collaborates across campus to address public health emergencies, mental health initiatives, and other priorities affecting the wellbeing of the campus community.