CDC Coronavirus Self-Checker
Please use this interactive tool to assess your health risks if you have been exposed to the COVID-19 virus or feel ill. Contact the Wellness Center after you complete the self-checker if you need further information.
The Coronavirus Self-Checker is an interactive clinical assessment tool that will assist individuals ages 13 and older, and parents and caregivers of children ages 2 to 12 on deciding when to seek testing or medical care if they suspect they or someone they know has contracted COVID-19 or has come into close contact with someone who has COVID-19.
The online, mobile-friendly tool asks a series of questions, and based on the user’s responses, provides recommended actions and resources.
Covid-19 Testing on Campus
The Wellness Center is doing regular weekly Antigen testing for the Unvaccinated Students/Employees.
We are not doing ‘On-Demand’ Covid-19 testing. Students who are showing Covid-19 symptoms may come during our Walk-in hours to be screened by our Staff RN. Once seen, the Staff RN can determine if an appointment with our Nurse Practitioner is necessary to receive a Covid-19 PCR test.
Here is information for students and employees to get tested off-campus.
The Health Department through Mako Medical in Leonardtown also has Covid-19 testing with a pre-register option for reduced wait time.
This is a guideline for KNOWN exposure to someone who has tested POSITIVE for Covid-19. If someone you have been in close proximity with is waiting on a test result, assess your situation and symptoms to determine if you need to come during our Walk-in hours for a screening. Also remember to wear your mask, keep your distance, and sanitize your hands.
If you get tested off campus and your results come back Positive, you need to notify the Wellness Center so we can begin the proper Isolation/ Quarantine Protocols.
Accessing Wellness Center Services (Fall 2021)
The Wellness Center is offering in-person services for Fall 2021. We are located in Ethel Chance Hall. We are open from 8:00am – 5:00pm weekdays. To contact us please call 240-895-4289 or email us at Wellnesscenter@smcm.edu.
Counseling services are now offered in-person at the Wellness Center. To make an appointment you may call 240-895-4289 or stop by to talk with our office associates. We see students for short term therapy and also offer a variety of group therapy each semester. If you require services beyond what we can offer we have a list of community referrals.
Student may stop by the Wellness Center between 8:00am and 5:00 pm weekdays to access self-care supplies. We offer over-the-counter medications, some personal care supplies, emergency contraception, and condoms, dental dams, and lube. There is no cost to students for self-care supplies.
Walk-in consultations: Students may speak with the Staff RN between 10:00am and 11:30am on weekdays. No need for an appointment. Student will be seen on a first-come, first-serviced basis unless there is an emergency.
Our Nurse Practitioner will see students by appointment in the afternoons. Appointments can be made by calling 240-895-4289. We see students for minor injuries and illnesses. If you need care beyond our scope we offer referrals to community services.
If you are experiencing a health emergency please call 911. The Wellness Center does not have urgent care or emergency services.
The Wellness Center is staffed by a team of medical and mental health professionals to assist you in addressing your physical and mental health concerns. In order to provide you with the highest quality of care, the Wellness Center utilizes an integrated treatment approach. Our multi‐disciplinary team of clinicians works collaboratively to optimize your wellness through seamless prevention and intervention. The Wellness Center values the privacy of students and the confidentiality of the personal and health information entrusted to us. Information is shared between services at the Wellness Center on a strict “need to know” basis. Read our Wellness Center Scope of Services here.
There is no fee for health or counseling services and insurance is not required. Some lab tests and prescriptions may incur a cost to students and those costs will be fully explained during your visit.