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.


Medical Clinic

  • A patient’s satisfaction is not an extra mile; 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.
  • Continuous quality improvement throughout the organization.

Rules and Regulations

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