Health services include diagnosis and treatment of illness and injuries within the limitations of the facility. Those services include allergy injections, immunizations, laboratory and non prescription medications. Medical treatment not available at the Health Services will be referred to the appropriate health-care provider for treatment. Students will be seen by a nurse and if needed an appointment will be scheduled with the Physician Assistant.
Injections are administered only when the medical doctor or physicians assistant is present. There is a minimal charge of $1.00 per injection to cover the cost of supplies and handling of needles and syringes.The student is responsible for supplying and reordering serum and instructions from the allergist.
TDaP, Hepatitis B and Tuberculin Skin Test are administered for a fee.
Influenza A and B vaccine is available in October/November each year for a fee.
Laboratory testing includes but is not limited to: Strep A, Mono, Urinalysis, Finger Stick Blood Sugar and Influenza A and B. Further testing is available through LabCorp Biomedical Laboratories. Specimens are collected by Student Health Services staff and shipped to LabCorp for testing. Results are usually returned within 24-48 hours. Fees apply to each individual test and billed to the student account. Insurance can be filed as a courtesy.