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Veterans Access Clinic

With COVID-19 creating so much uncertainty across the world, NSU is taking decisive and informed action to respond to your concerns. Please be assured that we take the health and safety of NSU students, faculty, staff, and patients, as well as the welfare of the community with utmost seriousness. To that end, NSU is strictly following guidance from the CDC, Florida Department of Health, and the Broward County Health Department.

NSU’s clinical locations will remain closed for routine care from Tuesday, March 17, 2020 through Tuesday, March 31, 2020. Patients with a previously scheduled, non-urgent appointment during this timeframe will be rescheduled for a later date. If you have any questions regarding our veterans medical services or would like to schedule an urgent appointment, please call 954-262-FLAG (3524).

For patients using NSU for prescription refills, please call 954-262-4550.


As a veteran of the U.S. Armed Forces you and your immediate family members now have access to a variety of health care services at any of NSU’s clinical locations. The NSU Veterans Access Clinic provides veterans and their immediate families coordinated care using an interdisciplinary team approach to evaluate your health needs and facilitate all necessary appointments and referrals. There is no cost associated with many of the services for those who qualify. Additional financial assistance may also be available. We have dedicated staff available to work with you to ensure your physical and mental health needs are taken care of.


Clinic Services







   Psychological services


   Pharmacy Services 

   Family therapy

   Occupational/Physical therapy



Clinic Locations

For more information about clinic locations please visit our Clinic Locations page


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NSU’s Veterans Resources

Nova Southeastern University’s Veterans Resource Center warmly welcomes all past and present members of our nation’s armed forces and their families. There is no greater honor than the opportunity to serve those who have served us all.
The NSU Veterans Resource Center offers student veterans a place to gather, relax, study, and access services that meet their needs, including academic, career, and clinical services. The center is also home to a Student Veterans of America chapter and works in partnership with other community organizations such as United Way of Broward County’s MISSION UNITED.
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