Wellness 360 at Alamo Colleges District

Primary health care is available for Alamo Colleges District students through a partnership between the Alamo Colleges District and UT Health San Antonio’s Wellness 360 program.

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Through Wellness 360 at the Alamo Colleges District, students can visit with a medical professional in one of our on-site clinics or via telehealth from the comfort of your home, or anywhere you have phone and Internet access. 

Call to make an appointment:


The clinics are not accepting walk-ins, but same-day appointments are often available.

To verify eligibility, please have your Banner ID ready when you call.

Hours of Operation

On-site Appointments:
San Antonio College clinic
8 a.m.–5 p.m.*

Palo Alto College clinic
8 a.m.–5 p.m.

Telehealth Appointments:
8 a.m.–5 p.m.*

*Appointments are not available between 12–1 p.m. 

Holiday Closures
The Wellness 360 clinics observe all Alamo Colleges District closures, plus any additional holidays observed by UT Health San Antonio:
Thanksgiving: Nov. 24-25
Winter Break: Dec. 20-Jan. 2
MLK Day: Monday, Jan. 16
Presidents' Day: Monday, Feb. 20
Spring Break: March 13-17
Fiesta holiday: Friday, April 28
Memorial Day: Monday, May 28
Independence Day: Tuesday, July 4


Telehealth and on-site services are available to students (18 years and older) attending any of the Alamo Colleges.

Summer eligibility: Students are eligible if they are taking Summer courses or if they are registered for the upcoming Fall semester. 

On-site locations

Palo Alto College
Student Center (SC), room 129
Parking in Lot 5
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San Antonio College
Nursing and Allied Health Complex (NAHC), room 100
Parking in the garage at W. Park Ave and Howard St.
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The service provides basic care including treatments for:

  • Minor acute care (colds, headaches, sore throats, etc.)
  • Allergies and sinus infections
  • Nausea, vomiting, diarrhea
  • Physical health assessments
  • Women's health
  • Nutrition counseling
  • Prescription and non-prescription medications
  • Other minor health issues

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Students with more serious medical issues or who need care beyond that provided through this service will be referred to the appropriate medical facility or practitioner.

Don’t have insurance?
Icon: Phone Call with Medical Plus sign No problem. We will provide this service both to students with insurance and those who are uninsured. The Alamo Colleges is committed to working with students who may have a financial barrier limiting their access to medical care. Students must first call 210-485-0571 to set up their appointment and financial assistance may be available.