Ross University School of Medicine Campus Services

Learn more about the Ross University School of Medicine (Ross Med) campus services, such as dining and fitness options.

Main building

Campus Health Services

Ross Med students, faculty, and staff with health and wellness concerns can contact Coverley Medical Centre at +1 246-627-1000 (Sandy Crest is the partner clinic).

The professionally-staffed ambulatory health clinic accepts walk-ins and is equipped to manage a range of medical issues—from minor to chronic illness, basic lab tests, and various counseling services. Additionally, the Ross Med Medical Emergency Hotline at 1-246-266-3342 provides a telephone/video consultation with a physician within 15 minutes of receiving a call for medical emergency response for students, faculty, and staff that occur at:

  • RUSM campus — Lloyd Erskine Sandiford Center (LESC)
  • RUSM student housing at Coverley
  • Designated Ross Med events that may occur off campus

Your health is important. Should you ever be in need of their services, the entire health services team is ready to take care of you.

Campus Services - The RUSM Wellness & Counseling Center

Ross University School of Medicine’s Counseling Center services are free and confidential as outlined by applicable laws. We are available to address the personal, academic, and mental health concerns of Ross Med students.


Administration Building 2 at the Villages at Coverley.  

Mental Health Emergencies
  • Between the hours of 9 am-5 pm EST, please call 246-245-1622
  • After-hours mental health emergencies 246-266-3342
  • Students in the United States who are experiencing a suicidal crisis or emotional distress can contact the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, a 24-hour, toll-free, confidential suicide prevention hotline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255).
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Staff Members & Confidentiality

Our staff members are experienced in serving the specific needs of medical students from diverse backgrounds. We work together in a multidisciplinary approach and function as an independent clinical entity, distinct from the RUSM academic program. Counseling staff members have no involvement in the academic assessment or promotion of students, and our records are not part of any academic file. Information is not shared with faculty or administrators unless the student/client authorizes a specific written release of information.