Student Health and Counseling provides primary care for enrolled students, with an emphasis on wellness and prevention, stressing each student’s personal responsibility for health.
Services provided include:
There is no charge for visits or for follow-up of occupational exposures. Many immunizations and all tuberculosis skin-testing are offered at no charge to the student; however, there is an at-cost charge for hepatitis B, MMR and varicella (chicken pox) immunizations.
After Hours Care
After hours, weekends, and holidays you may call the Access Center at 1-800-917-8906. Telephone triage is provided by the Access Center and physician backup consultation is available. Emergency Room and hospitalization costs are the student's responsibility.