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Student Health Center

Medical Services


Scope of Care

Confidential Medical Services provided by our Board Certified Physicians and Registered Nurses include:

  • Primary medical care for illnesses and injuries
  • Physicals (routine, work, sports)
  • Well-woman exams (including Pap smears, pelvic exams and breast exams)
  • Immunizations (including Gardasil, Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B, Influenza, MMR, Tetanus)
  • TB testing (PPD) or blood work
  • Travel immunizations (Malaria prevention, typhoid, etc. Call for a doctor's appointment at least one month prior to departure.)
  • Allergy injections (Allergy Policy)
  • STD screening and treatment
  • HIV screening
  • Free urine pregnancy testing
  • X-rays
  • Diagnostic tests
  • Nebulizer treatments
  • Smoking cessation program
  • Treatment for depression 
  • Follow-up care after Emergency Room visit

In addition to the above services, the Student Health Center collaborates with the following campus resources:

For pregnant women:  Hand in Hand program with Campus Ministry. This page also has support information for students dealing with loss and issues related to sexual orientation.  

For students with depression, anxiety, eating disorders, stress-related concerns: Counseling Center 

For tobacco cessation and for alcohol or drug abuse concerns, Center for Alcohol and Drug Resources and Education: CADRE

The University's student health center provides a comprehensive student health service, consistent with our Catholic Marianist mission, including:

Health Care and education for:

  • acute care for non-emergency medical problems
  • comprehensive longitudinal care for ongoing or complicated medical issues, e.g. concussions, asthma, hormonal problems, hepatic or hematologic complications of mono, latent tuberculosis infection
  • nurse phone line for students' medical questions and assessment
  • education of students in health care decision-making and self-care, appropriate to their developmental status
  • assessment of alcohol, tobacco, and drug usage, with risk education, social norming, and recommendations for on- and off-campus resources
  • wound management (e.g. pilonidal cyst care)
  • administration of injectable medications from outside physicians with approved orders; nurse education for self-administration of certain injectable medications
  • crisis care and free testing and treatment for sexual assaults, referral to/from campus partners
  • no visit charge for undergrads and certain graduate populations whose program pays a per-semester fee; charges are incurred for medications dispensed, labs done on-site, X-rays, EKGs, immunizations, and certain supplies and procedures

Collaborative support across campus:

  • mental health medication management and evaluations for symptoms suspicious for mental health diagnosis; co-management with UD counseling center
  • health promotion initiatives in collaboration with Brooke Center, Health and Wellbeing partners
  • support of under-resourced and/or minority students
  • evaluation and coordination of need for temporary or long-term accommodations; collaboration with the Office of Learning Resources to support students' academic needs and success
  • coordination with the Dean of Students' office for follow-up of medical transports to ER/hospitalizations and need for academic support
  • coordination of referrals for specialized tests (e.g. MRI) or to specialist physicians, including pre-certifications, insurance authorizations, and scheduling

Campus public health and communicable disease risk reduction:

  • coordination and administration of the University's health requirements for all new students, including registration holds for non-compliance
    • coordination with Center for International Programs for intakes for international students to collect and complete health requirements
  • coordination with Public Health-Dayton and Montgomery County for infectious disease reporting and follow-up (mumps, chickenpox, covid, etc.)
    • coordination with Housing and Residence Life for isolation and quarantine needs (mumps, chickenpox, hand-foot-mouth disease, covid, etc.)

Liaison to the UD and broader community for health related issues

CONTACT

Student Health Center

937-229-3131