Call For ALL Appointments
Until further notice, all medical clinic appointments should be made over the phone at 509-335-3575, during business hours.
DO NOT go to the Cougar Health Services without calling first. This will help avoid the potential spread of infection and allows staff to provide appropriate care for you and those who are currently in the clinic. Please let staff know if you have a fever or new/worsening cough. If you are coming to Cougar Health Services for a scheduled appointment, you will need to wear a cloth face covering.
All Counseling and Psychological Services appointments should be made over the phone at 509-335-4511. Students can still access the after hours crisis phone at 509-335-2159.
The Vision Clinic is open for routine and medical services. Please call 509-335-0360 to schedule an appointment.
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Hours & Location
The following services are available from 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m., Monday – Friday.
- Medical Clinic
- Pharmacy and Vision Clinic
- Health Promotion
- Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)
- *Initial counseling consultation sessions are scheduled on a same-day basis. To schedule your session, please contact Counseling and Psychological Services at 509-335-4511. Please tell us if you are in crisis so we can help you get the services you need.
We are closed Saturdays and Sundays.
Summer coverage begins the Monday after commencement and continues one week after the last day of the final summer session. Find more information about service coverage or contact us at 509-335-3575.
- CLOSED: Friday, July 3
For Emergencies: Call 911 or drive to Pullman Regional Hospital at 835 SE Bishop Blvd, 509-332-2542
Cougar Health Services is located in the Washington Building on NE Washington St. Find us on Google Maps
Which service or program are you visiting us for? Find the entrance you should use on the map below. If you’re attending a workshop in Washington G41 or are looking for Violence Prevention Programs, make sure to enter through the Health Promotion door.
The first 15 minutes of parking are free to allow for quick visits such as picking up a prescription from the pharmacy. All visitors using the CHS lot must enter their vehicle license plate information into the permit vending machine in order to prevent getting a parking ticket.
Beyond the free 15 minutes, the rate is $2.00 per hour with a maximum of two hours. Clients will be able to add time in fifteen minute increments.
If you are visiting the Access Center, and your visit will last longer than two hours, the Access Center can provide a code to allow up to five hours of parking. You must still pay for the time parked at the Access Center.
Metered parking and zone parking lots are also available nearby, and our building is easily accessible via public transit. For more information on parking and transit options, visit Transportation Services.
Washington building entrances map