Welcome back to campus and to Spring 2013!
Remember, flu season has arrived so be aware of healthy prevention practices:
Fight the Flu/Conquer the Cold!
- Cough/sneeze etiquette
- Frequent hand-washing!
- Aim for 8 hours of sleep
- Snack on fruits/veggies often; lots of water
- Protect your skin- use moisturizer and lip balm
Still time to get a flu shot from local pharmacies, Target, Walmart, etc.
Health Services FAQs
Q1: What are the Health Center's Hours of Operation?
A1: Health Services is open Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Students are seen by appointment for routine care.
Q2: Who is working at Health Services?
A2: Our staff consists of 1 part-time physician, 2 part-time nurse practitioners, 2 full-time registered nurses, 1 full-time administrative assistant and 1 part-time office associate.
Q3: Do you have a physician?
A3: Our part-time physician visits the campus twice weekly and is available by appointment.
Q4: What medication do you have available?
A4: A variety of over-the-counter medications and some prescription medications are provided free of charge. We do not fill outside prescriptions, however.
Q5: Do you charge for your services?
A5: No. Our services are available at no extra cost to all full-time students. Charges for immunization are billed to the student's account.
Q6: Do you offer allergy shots?
A6: Allergy shots are administered with complete physician orders.
Q7: Do you offer health insurance?
A7: No, students are responsible for their own health insurance. Student fees do not cover laboratory tests, x-rays, emergency services, and hospitalization.
Q8: Do you have any suggestions on what health insurance to get?
A8: The College does not endorse of sponsor and particular health insurance plan. However, information on several student health insurance plans is available through Health Services.