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Measles Information If you suspect you or someone you know has measles, please report to OC Health Care Agency's Epidemiology Unit immediately @ 714-834-8180

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About Student Health Services at Coastline

Health services are provided to Coastline students through a contractual agreement with Memorial Prompt Care. Memorial Prompt Care is a full-service primary care and urgent care center with on-site subspecialty physicians and ancillary support services. The center was established as an affiliate of Long Beach Memorial Hospital and has been providing high quality medical care for the community since 1984. All of the physicians are board certified in either primary or subspecialty medicine/surgery.

Requirements for Using Student Health Services

In order to receive health care services, each student must:

  • Pay the health fee at the time of registration.
  • Provide a printed copy of your current Student Class Program (Web Schedule Bill) found in your MyCCC account under the student tab and a picture ID to the health services provider.
  • Present a signed permission statement from a parent or legal guardian, if under the age of 18.
  • Be currently enrolled at Coastline. Health services are available from the first day of the semester in which the student is enrolled until the day prior to the start of the following semester.
  • Students who drop all of their classes are no longer eligible for health care services.

Locations and Hours of Operation

  • Memorial Prompt Care - Huntington Beach

    17762 Beach Blvd. Huntington Beach, CA 92647

    Monday - Friday
    9:00 AM – 9:00 PM
    Saturday, Sunday and Holidays
    9:00 AM – 5:00 PM

    Please call (714) 848-0080 to schedule an appointment

  • Memorial Prompt Care - Huntington Beach

    9122 Adams Ave. (at Magnolia St.) Huntington Beach, CA 92646

    Monday – Saturday
    8:00AM to 8:00PM
    Holiday Hours
    Call for hours

    Please call (714) 378-0900 to schedule an appointment

  • Memorial Prompt Care - Westminster

    15464 Golden West St. (at McFadden) Westminster, CA 92683

    Monday – Sunday
    8:00AM to 8:00PM
    Holiday Hours
    Call for Hours

    Please call (714) 891-9008 to schedule an appointment

For additional questions regarding student health care, please contact:

Overview of Coverages and Exclusions

This is a student health services program to provide general medical evaluations and treatment for acute illnesses and injuries listed in this brochure. It is not an insurance plan and was not designed to replace your existing health insurance policy. The care you receive is not meant to supersede or replace your existing primary care physician relationship, including existing relationships you may have established with the physicians at Memorial Prompt Care. All existing Prompt Care patients are still required to follow the contractual arrangements of their existing health care plans for services not covered under the college program. Your primary insurance will be billed first, and any remaining charges covered by the college program will be credited. You will be financially responsible for services not covered by the college program or your insurance plan.

Primary Care Professional Services

*Free of Charge Unless Otherwise Stated, When Medically Necessary

Primary Care professional services offered are many and varied to integrate the biological, clinical and behavioral sciences. The scope encompasses all ages, both sexes, and each organ system.


  • Blood pressure
  • Mammography* (women age 40 and over)
  • Body fat
  • Prostate cancer
  • Colon cancer
  • Sexually transmitted diseases (STDs)
  • Diabetes
  • Skin cancer
  • Hearing
  • Tuberculosis
  • Lung function
  • Vision

* In order to properly interpret a mammogram and avoid missing subtle abnormalities from year to year, women who can or have been receiving their mammograms through their physician or health care provider should continue to do so.


  • Diphtheria
  • Gamma Globulin (subject to availability)
  • MMR
  • Tetanus
  • Polio


  • Blood sugar
  • Chemistry (6 or 12 panels)
  • Cholesterol
  • Complete blood count
  • HIV screening (when indicated by physician, additional $25 fee)
  • Mononucleosis
  • Pap smear
  • Pregnancy
  • STD (herpes, gonorrhea, chlamydia)
  • Stool occult blood
  • Thyroid (TSH)
  • Urinalysis


  • Such as burns, fractures, minor lacerations, sprains, strains, etc.


  • Such as fever, colds, respiratory infections, UTI, etc. (Chronic diseases and obstetrics are excluded.)


  • General medical evaluations and treatment for acute medical problems would include those noted in this brochure and illnesses which are not chronic in nature. The care you receive is not meant to replace or supersede your existing primary care specialist physician relationship. The scope of services provided is intended to be broad and oriented toward acute disorders.
  • Some conditions not covered would be diabetes care, chronic kidney disease, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, chronic arthritis, obstetrics, epilepsy, and chronic neurotic disorders.


  • Annual breast exams
  • Birth control counseling and prescribing
  • Depo-Provera ($59 per injection)
  • Hormone replacement therapy
  • Mammography* (women age 40 and over)
  • Natural family planning
  • No IUD or Norplant
  • Osteoporosis assessment
  • Pap smear
  • Sexual responsibility education

* In order to properly interpret a mammogram and avoid missing subtle abnormalities from year to year, women who can or have been receiving their mammograms through their physician or health care provider should continue to do so.


  • Weight control counseling is performed by the medical provider with a focus on proper diet and rigorous exercise along with medical guidance.


  • X-Rays, including all extremities, skull, spine, cervical, chest, thoracic, knee, etc.
  • Physical Therapy, including ultrasound, hydro collator, trigger point injection, EMS, etc. (Limited to six visits)
  • Other services, including Cardiac Treadmill, Pulmonary Function, Holter Monitoring, EKG, Flexible Sigmoidoscopy, Abdominal Ultrasound.


  • Minor surgeries include minor laceration repair, incision and drainage of hemorrhoids, abscesses, skin tags, cysts, warts, mole removal, nail excision, and skin cancer removal.
  • When necessary, a biopsy fee for skin lesions will be paid directly by the student to the pathologist. All other charges for future dressings, local anesthesia and sterilization are free of charge.

Other Services


All cases of communicable diseases will be reported to the County Health Department as required by law.

Measles Information

If you or someone you know has a confirmed case of measles, please report to OC Health Care Agency’s Epidemiology Unit immediately @ 714-834-8180

Measles is a highly contagious and potentially serious disease that causes fever, rash, cough, and red, watery eyes. Measles is spread easily by air or direct contact with an infected person. Those infected with measles are contagious approximately 4 days before the rash appears until 4 days after the rash appears. Symptoms develop approximately 8-12 days after exposure to measles for those who have never had measles or are unvaccinated.

The best prevention for measles is vaccination. The MMR (measles, mumps, and rubella) vaccine is safe and effective. One dose of MMR is approximately 93% effective at preventing measles, two doses of MMR increases effectiveness to 97%. Children receive two doses of MMR routinely at 12-15 months and a second dose at 4-6 years. MMR vaccination is required for entry into childcare facilities, preschools and grade schools in California. Adolescents and adults who have not received the vaccine or have not had measles should vaccinate with MMR. Talk to your healthcare provider if you are not sure if you are vaccinated. Maintaining high vaccination rates is vital to preventing outbreaks of disease in our communities.

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Measles remains a common disease in many parts of the world. Those not protected against measles are at risk of infection when travelling internationally. Ensure you are up to date with measles vaccination. Immediately call your doctor if you have been exposed to someone who has measles.

Additional prevention strategies include:

  • Frequent hand washing with soap and water.
  • Cover your mouth and nose with a tissue when coughing, or cough into your sleeve or elbow.
  • Avoid sharing drinks or eating utensils.
  • Disinfect commonly touched surfaces such as toys, keyboards, tables, counters, and doorknobs.
Measles Resources


Psychological screening and counseling will be performed by the medical provider to determine what type of intervention is indicated. Frequency of counseling may not exceed two sessions a month. Appropriate low-cost referrals will be made for MFCC, Ph.D., psychiatry or other necessary health care professionals.


Community referrals include Orange County Health Department, Dental Association, Crisis Hotline, AIDS Hotline and Medi-Cal Information Registration. Should specialty care be required outside of the student health services program, a full panel of consultants are maintained.

Specialty Care


The following services are provided on-site by specialists and are subject to the evaluation and referral by the primary care physician. Initial assessment by an area specialist is provided free of charge. Continued treatment and procedures will be offered at a 25 percent discount from usual and customary fees.

  • Acupuncture/holistic medicine (limit two visits)
  • Ear, nose and throat surgery
  • Orthopedics and sports medicine
  • Physical therapy
  • Podiatry


  • Fees will be discounted 25 percent.
  • Hospital fees are the patient's own responsibility.


  • Dispensing of medications prescribed by physicians who are not employed by Memorial Prompt Care.
  • Performance of tests or other procedures prescribed by physicians who are not employed by Memorial Prompt Care.
  • Medically unnecessary testing.

Substance Abuse Resources

Substance abuse treatment and support services are available through Memorial Care including:

For additional substance abuse treatment resources, please visit the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration website.

Health Care Information

Visit the MemorialCare Web site for a library, health topics, news, and a list of all doctors and hospitals.

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