Health Services FAQs
Yes. Appointment-based scheduling allows for better utilization of students' time and decreases risk to exposure of illness. Emergencies and walk-ins are promptly triaged and seen in the order of severity.
There is no fee to be seen in Health Service for a sick visit. However, at times the practitioners may order lab work or referral to the emergency room or specialist. All charges incurred are the responsibility of the student.
Student Health Services uses Quest Diagnostics and ACCU Reference Laboratories. Students can also go to LabCorp. It is the student's responsibility to check with their insurance provider to see if their plan participates with these laboratories.
All medical care at Student Health Services is confidential. Health care records are completely separate from all other college records.
Student Health Services staff members confer with one another as needed to provide integrated medical care for you. Otherwise, Student Health Service will not release any information about you without your written permission, except for regulatory or quality assurance audits or judgment to protect you or others from a serious threat to health or safety.
If a patient wishes to allow a release of information from his/her records, he/she must complete an Authorization for Release of Health Information.
If you are experiencing a medical emergency, dial 911. The following Urgent Care Centers accept most health insurances. Please call to determine if you plan participates: