Student Health Service provides general medical care for all currently enrolled students. There is currently a registered dietitian/physician assistant, a part-time medical doctor and a part-time registered nurses available by appointment for non-critical short-term illnesses and injuries. Such illnesses include sore throats, upset stomach, rash, allergies, urinary tract infections, cuts, sprains/strains, free confidential pregnancy testing, STD testing and birth control counseling. Student Health Service also has the ability to obtain laboratory specimens when necessary (e.g., blood, urine, cultures, etc.).
Students are required to provide Student Health Service with a completed Student Health History form and immunization form prior to arriving at the university. All discussions, examinations and treatment in Student Health Service are confidential. A student's written permission must be obtained before any information may be given to anyone not directly connected with his/her care.
Women's Health Services
Women's health services are offered by appointment only. Please call 386-822-8150 to schedule. Services include PAP (if 21 or older) and exam, STD testing and birth control counseling. The charge for Student Health Service's professional services will be billed to the student's health insurance plan using the information provided at the time of service. Laboratory testing will be sent to local labs along with insurance information provided to Student Health Service for processing.
Upon arrival at Student Health Service, you should have the following:
- Your insurance card. If you aren't the primary policy holder, please have the primary policy holder's full name, date of birth and billing address.
- Photo identification (e.g., driver's license, military ID, passport, etc.)
- Your social security number
- A complete list of currently prescribed medications (including dosages)
All students are expected to have some form of health insurance. Students who do not have such coverage may purchase the Student Insurance Health Plan.
Costs incurred during a visit to Student Health Service will be billed to the student's health insurance plan using information provided at the time of service. You will be responsible for co-pays and or deductibles, as you will not be able place charges to your student account.