Patient Portal

COVID-19 Vaccine Updates

HUHS is pleased to be able to offer additional COVID-19 vaccine clinics. Vaccine appointments for first and second doses continue to be open to all students, staff, faculty, researchers, and HUHS patients and can be scheduled through the HUHS Patient Portal with your HarvardKey. Additional information including instructions on how to schedule an appointment, dates for our upcoming vaccine clinics, and FAQs can be found on the HUHS vaccine webpage

We will continue to update this page and the University Coronavirus website with additional information as it becomes available. If you have questions, please contact our vaccine hotline at (617) 495-5711.

If you have questions about the COVID-19 vaccine, please review this information from the Centers for Disease Control.

Log into the HUHS Patient Portal

Currently, there are limited appointment types that are available to web book. For Primary Care and Urgent Care, please call (617) 495-5711 for assistance and scheduling.

Please do not walk into HUHS unless you have been instructed to do so. As always, if you are experiencing a medical emergency, please continue to call 911 or go to your closest Emergency Department.

Log into the HUHS Patient Portal to communicate with your providers, review information that is available in your medical record, and schedule available appointments (appointment types are limited at this time).

Who can use the Patient Portal?

  • All Harvard students

  • Members of the Harvard community who receive care at HUHS and are 18 years and older

  • Dependents who receive care at HUHS

Which types of appointments can I schedule on the Patient Portal?

Book Online for:

  • Counseling and Mental Health Services initial telephone consults for new student patients

  • Initial Nutrition consults at Smith Campus Center - students only

  • Sports Nutrition visits at Dillon Field House for varsity student athletes only

For Internal Medicine and Urgent Care please call (617) 495-5711 for assistance and scheduling.

Most Specialty Services require a referral from your Primary Care Team before you can call to schedule. 

Secure Messaging

  • Secure messaging should only be used for a non-urgent health question, to request a referral, or to request a prescription renewal

  • Messages become part of your HUHS medical record

  • You will receive an email notification when a secure message is waiting for you

  • Secure messaging cannot be used for emergent or time-sensitive concerns. Please call us at (617) 495-5711 if you need immediate assistance.