The Health Center offers free assessment, diagnosis, and treatment or referral for common illnesses. Certain services are available for a fee (marked by $).
- Physical examinations for academic, sports, nursing, or job-related requirements
- Health promotion and disease prevention
- DMV eye exams for driver license renewals
- Tuberculosis screen ($)
- Weight control and dietary management
- Prescription renewals
- Skin care
- Tests for anemia and urinary tract infections
- Flu shots ($)
- Tests for strep throat and mononucleosis ($)
- Health education
- Mental health counseling available through the Counseling Center
- Routine laboratory tests (blood work and urinalysis) ($)
- X-ray orders referrals
- Information for travel immunization requirements
- Blood pressure monitoring
- Vaporizers and crutches are available for short-term loan ($-if not returned)
- Other health problems common to college age population
Cost of treatments is covered by the Health Center and Counseling Center fee. Students are responsible to pay for certain services, tests and vaccines as noted above.
Students are financially responsible for off campus referral treatments, medical facilities and medical providers fees, x-rays, lab test, medications, medical equipment, etc.
A student who needs a prescription but is unable to afford it may request a short-term loan from the Office of Student Services in the Rinker Community Service Center.
Allergic and Medical Reactions
Students with known medical conditions (such as diabetes or a history of seizures) or allergies may find it a good practice to alert a close friend or Residence Hall Staff member as a precautionary measure. This is particularly important for any off-campus activities in which a student may participate.
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If student is on a medical prescribed diet, please contact the Health Center. Details for obtaining special meal provisions is required to be arrange will student, nurse practitioner, and the Director of Food Services.