Provide ambulatory care, emergency services, and/or referrals for diagnostic procedures such as laboratory tests and X-rays.
Assist with the coordination of health counseling and mental health services on campus.
Provide illness prevention through health education and wellness promotion.
In addition to treatment for common illnesses and accidents, other services offered include:
Tuberculin skin tests - $5.00 Fee
Immunizations needed for travel requirements for Tri-S (Fee for serum only based on current cost.)
- Hepatitis A
Influenza (annual clinic available)
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
If you have a chronic condition for which you need regular medical care, we would encourage you to maintain follow-up with your usual physician, however, we are happy to provide care while you are here with us on campus.
Our professional staff includes two registered nurses who are available by appointment during regular service hours. A consulting physician is available to students by appointment only. Students must be seen by one of our registered nurses prior to scheduling an appointment with the physician.
Nancy Mumbower R.N., Director of Health Services, may be reached for emergencies and consultation after office hours and on weekends by contacting a residence director. She can be reached via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you know that you wish to see a physician outside the hours of Health Services, you may visit one of the following locations. Please make sure you take your insurance card and be prepared to pay at time of services.
1515 N. Madison Avenue
St. John’s Hospital
2015 Jackson Street
Med One Urgent Care Centers
4925 S. Scatterfield Road
Hours: 9 a.m.-9 p.m., Monday-Sunday
MedCheck of Community Health Network
1030 S. Scatterfield Road
Hours: 8 a.m.-8 p.m., Monday-Saturday
10 a.m.-8 p.m., Sunday