Welcome to UAS Health Services
The Student Health Service is here to support you in reaching your goals while at the University of Alaska Southeast, and beyond. The Health Center exists because the Chancellor, faculty, and staff recognize the critically important role that vitality and health play in gaining lifelong happiness and success.
UAS Health Center Clinician
Amanda Arra, physician assistant (PA-C), is the clinician for the UAS Health Center. Amanda has worked as a PA-C since 2002 in Juneau and has lived in Juneau for 25 years. Amanda worked as a health educator before becoming a physician assistant and enjoys working with students in achieving optimal health.
- Call 796-6000 to make an appointment at the Health Center
- You do not need to say why you need an appointment, but if you need a whole check-up or have more than one problem to be addressed, please ask for an hour long appointment.
- When you check in for each appointment, you must show your UAS ID with the current semester's Health Clinic sticker on it.
- Students may have up to 6 appointments at the Health Center each semester.
The eligibility requirements for students to be able to use the UAS Health Clinic are as follows:
- The student is registered in 6 Juneau based credits, either on-campus or distance.
- Classes taken from other UAS/UA Campuses do not count toward eligibility.
- The only exceptions to this are UAA Social Work, Nursing, and Radiology Tech program students and UAF Fisheries students who may voluntarily pay the fee and use the Health Center if they are taking at least 6 credits from any UA campus.
- One of the above AND the student has paid the $60 Health Center Fee at Student Accounts, where a Health Center sticker will be placed on their UAS ID card.
- If a student "no shows" for 3 appointments in one semester, they will no longer be able to be seen that semester.
Note: Questions concerning eligibility status should be referred to the Administrative Manager, Roxy Felkl.