Our comprehensive clinical services include assessment and treatment of acute and chronic illness, routine gynecological check-ups, health education, contraception and pregnancy counseling, nutrition counseling, allergy treatments, vaccinations, a dispensary for medications, a 24/7 emergency clinician-on-call during the academic year and, when indicated, referral to off-campus specialists. All of your personal health information is kept strictly confidential and is not released to anyone without your request or consent. Information on some specific services is available below.
While there is no fee for visiting the Primary Care Health Service, you will be charged for some medications and vaccines.
There is no per visit fee to see a clinician. There are fees for medications at below retail cost, as well as fees for various vaccines. Payment is required at the time of the visit.
Credit Cards (Visa, MasterCard), Checks (from a U.S. bank) and Money Orders are accepted. Cash is NOT accepted.
Please note that while payment is required at time of visit, if a student is absolutely unable to pay at the time of their visit, payment may be deferred for up to 30 days. Students who do not pay their balance within 30 days are subject to having their registration, transcripts, and diploma put in a "hold" status.