USF Health has added a new feature where you can directly request a copy of your health medical records. To request a copy, please visit USF Health Medical Records.
USF Health is currently offering the COVID-19 vaccine to patients, employees and individuals in the community who are age 12 or older.
If You Are a USF Health Patient or Employee
To receive a vaccine, you may either:
Schedule an appointment by logging into MyChart. If you do
not have a MyChart account, please
email firstname.lastname@example.org to
schedule your appointment. If you have login or other MyChart portal issues,
please email email@example.com for
Visit the Morsani Center COVID Vaccine clinic for a walk-in appointment. Please see below for clinic information.
If You Are Not a USF Health Patient
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to register for a vaccine. You may also visit the Morsani Center COVID Vaccine Clinic for a walk-in appointment. Please see below for clinic information.
Morsani Center COVID Vaccine Clinic Walk-In
Tuesday-Thursday, 8AM-2PM and Saturday, 8AM-2PM
USF Health Morsani Center for Advanced Healthcare
13330 USF Laurel Drive
Tampa, FL 33612
The COVID Vaccine clinic is located on the first floor.
Walk-ins available at this location only.
We encourage everyone to review these additional vaccination resources:
At USF Health, we are working to ensure patient and frontline staff safety continues to be a priority.
As State restrictions on hospitals and clinics are lifted, you now have more options for seeing our physicians and providers in-person. To help protect both you and our clinical teams, USF Health has implemented new protocols for when you visit our clinical facilities.
These measures will make your appointment seem different than previous visits, but rest assured they are meant as added precautions for keeping everyone safe during the COVID-19 pandemic. Screening you as you enter our facilities and our team wearing masks are some examples of what you will experience.
We are taking these vital precautions to protect our patients and our frontline staff and closely monitor the official health guidelines of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Florida Department of Health.
Please review the details below prior to your appointment to help you have a better and safe patient experience at your next visit.
If you are exhibiting any of these symptoms before your scheduled appointment, please call (813) 974-2201 and press option 2.
Effective Tuesday, July 6, patients may bring up to 2 parents/caregivers/guardians/helpers to their clinic visits. If patient waiting areas exceed our capacity, visitors may be asked to return to their vehicle to participate in the visit virtually.
At USF Health, we continue to conduct screenings at our entry points to our buildings for patients and visitors. Entry into any USF Health clinical facility will include screenings which can consist of several questions about your recent exposure risks. Frontline staff and vendors are screened for COVID-19 symptoms daily.
If you are an established USF Health patient and would like to be tested for COVID-19, please call (813) 974-2201.
Our health care providers and staff will continue to follow the appropriate measures to keep our patients safe by wearing PPE masks and gloves, as well as frequently washing their hands. We require all patients to wear a facial covering or mask while in our facilities and practice social distancing measures.
We have reorganized our waiting areas to keep patients a safe distance away from others and have separate waiting areas for patients with respiratory illnesses or symptoms. We also have alcohol-based hand sanitizers available in all of the reception, waiting, and patient areas. Routine cleaning and disinfection protocols take place inpatient areas.
All Ambulatory Surgery Center patients are screened through the pre-admission process and then again through COVID-19 testing prior to the surgical/procedure date. At any time, if your symptoms change or you have any questions, a member of the USF team is available to address and assist.
All patients are required to obtain COVID testing prior to their day of surgery. There are no exceptions to this policy. All patients will continue to be scheduled for COVID testing.
If a patient has a concern about driving to the Morsani Center for Advanced Healthcare or their test due to travel distance or scheduling issues, they are permitted to obtain a test at a local facility if it meets the following criteria:
• PCR test only
• Test must be done 72 hours prior to DOS
• Results must be submitted to the ASC team 24 hours prior to DOS. If there are no results by the 24 hour mark, the ASC team will be contacting the patient in order to reschedule their procedure.
• Valet parking is available at the USF Health Morsani Center for Advanced Healthcare
• Valet parking is available at the USF Health South Tampa Center for Advanced Healthcare for all visitors for $5, including those with disabled permits. Alternatively, visitors with a disabled permit who do not wish to use valet may self-park in the garage free of charge and use the courtesy shuttle service from the garage to their destination, round trip. We may make exceptions and park visitors curbside without charge in special circumstances such as a visitor whose disability prevents them from being able to park in the garage (vehicles with hand controls which cannot be valeted) or from being able to use the courtesy shuttle.
In addition, we have also made updates to our billing policies during this time and continue to offer financial assistance to those with financial hardships.
USF Health strongly encourages all patients to sign up for MyChart – our free online portal offering patients personalized and secure access to portions of your medical records. With MyChart, you can communicate with your medical care team, view your health summary and routine lab results, review your statements, and pay bills online, request prescription renewals, and more. Signing up is easy – simply call (813) 974-2201 and request an activation code. This code will enable you to log in and create your own user ID and password. You may also request an access code to create a MyChart account at your next office visit.
USF Health patients will now have expanded MyChart-based access to most of their clinical data. A new federal rule called the 21st Century Cures Act, which is going into effect in 2021 is designed to give patients more control over their personal health information.
Starting on Nov. 2, 2020, USF Health will provide nearly all physician-generated clinical documentation related to your visits with USF Health providers and release them to you via MyChart. Once your physician completes the notes and documentation associated with your USF Health appointment, those details will automatically be sent to you’re your MyChart account.
This more complete documentation will include lab results, imaging results, and pathology results, along with completed notes and orders related to your visits with USF Health providers.
To learn more visit our USF Health 21st Century Cures Act: FAQ page.
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