Student Health Services Offices to Relocate During Re-Piping Project

Monday, April 21 2014

MOSCOW, Idaho – April 21, 2014 – Student Health Services offices on the University of Idaho Moscow campus will temporarily relocate during a pre-piping project during the summer and fall semester. The State of Idaho Department of Public Works will begin construction on May 19, 2014, after the spring semester ends. 

“As we update the infrastructure of one of the University of Idaho’s historic buildings, we will continue to provide all of the high quality health related services we currently do and strive to meet the needs of our students,” said assistant vice provost for student affairs Greg Tatham.
The project includes replacing the plumbing, heating system equipment and heating water piping, as well as re-piping the existing plumbing fixtures.  

While most Student Health Services departments will relocate across campus, the Student Health Clinic will move to the Moscow Family Medicine Main Street Office. The University of Idaho is reassuring students the project will not disrupt the quality or accessibility for students in need of health services. 

Temporary relocation addresses and contact information are below.  Watch the Student Health Services website at for updates and information. The project expects to be completed near the end of the Fall 2014 semester. 

Student Health Clinic
Moscow Family Medicine Main Office
623 South Main Street in Moscow

Student Health Pharmacy
Remaining at current location in the Student Health Building
832 Ash St. in Moscow 
Use University Avenue entrance.

Student Health Insurance Program (SHIP)
Idaho Commons, Room 406
875 S. Line St. in Moscow
E-mail: for information or to schedule an appointment.

University Psychiatrist
Counseling & Testing Center
Mary E. Forney Hall, Room 306
1210 Blake Avenue in Moscow

Campus Dietitian
Student Recreation Center
1000 Paradise Creek St.  in Moscow
Office will be closed from May 19 – July 14
Student Health University Business Office
E-mail: for information regarding health related charges or payments on student accounts. 


Amanda Cairo
University Communications
(208) 885-6259

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