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The University of Tennessee at Martin
Student Health and Counseling Services
609 Lee Street
Martin, TN 38238



General information and appointments – (731) 881-7750
Immunization requirement/compliance questions - (731) 881-7721
Medical Records: (731) 881-7724
Nurse Line: (731) 881-7724

Fax: (731) 881-7752


E-mail Guidelines

The staff of the Student Health and Counseling Services welcomes your contact. For this reason, we offer the following information to help you decide on the best method of communication. We also respect your privacy and time. Since we take your time and confidentiality very seriously, we consider it imperative that you understand the limitations of e-mail technology. Your use of e-mail constitutes your acknowledgement of these confidentiality and security limitations.


Medical and Mental Health Advice

E-mail is not an appropriate means of communication for medical or mental health advisement. Therefore, we do not offer on-line treatment, consultation, diagnosis or assessment. If you are a UTM student seeking assistance with a problem, please visit our office or call to make an appointment. We also do not accept e-mail requests for medical records or appointments.


How quickly can you expect a reply?

We try to check our e-mail regularly; however, due to circumstances such as illness, university closing, vacation or the network difficulty, your message may not be received immediately. This means that our response may be delayed.  If you have a time sensitive question or request, you should consider calling our office at (731) 881-7750.


Can I e-mail my immunization records?
You can submit immunization records via e-mail to Please do not include your social security number on any records.

Please click here for immunization compliance and guidelines.


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Emergency Services

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Immunization Compliance

The General Assembly of Tennessee requires first time students to provide proof of immunity or immunization for measles, mumps, rubella (MMR) and Varicella (Chicken Pox).

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