Good Health is Essential for Academic Success
Our on-campus medical clinics operate similar to Urgent Cares, equipped to treat a wide variety of medical conditions from cough symptoms, STD exposure, to wound and laceration repairs. We offer x-ray and ultrasound services everyday. Our comprehensive health interventions on-campus ensure students' avoid racking up high medical bills and quickly get them back to pursuing their college degree.
We offer telehealth services to your students after hours, ensuring student health is covered 24 hours a day.
Confidential care from a smartphone, tablet, or computer from one of our board-certified medical providers.
Convenience without the compromise of quality. Most visits last 15-30 minutes. Our virtual visit standards of excellence remains paramount!
Our on-campus clinics save students time and money by offering vaccines and immunizations on-site. Vaccines are required for college admission and by many technical trade programs. We ensure vaccine inaccessibility is no longer a barrier to earning a college degree.
Most are available same-day with a nurse only visit.
Our on-campus clinics offer a wide variety of OTC medications, as well as, frequently used medications such as antibiotics, birth control, asthma treatments, and others. Our providers will also send your prescribed medications directly to the local pharmacy of your choice, nationwide.
Campus Medical adheres to a non-narcotic prescribing policy to protect our patients and communities alike.
Through preventive care and health education colleges are able to manage the risk of outbreaks of communicable diseases. This will minimize the risk of lawsuits related to protecting students from harm.
On-campus healthcare services promotes early prevention for health issues among students. By promoting early prevention , on campus healthcare services can minimize the risk of health related interruptions.
Our health services go beyond just medical care, such as counseling, therapy, stress management, and health education. Addressing physical health, mental. & healthy behaviors students feel more supported.
When students are dealing with health issues, they may struggle to keep up with their coursework or attend classes regularly. This can lead to lower grades or even failing grades, which can impact their ability to graduate on time.
By providing healthcare services that meet the needs of students, colleges can help students stay healthy and succeed academically. This increases the likelihood students will remain enrolled and ultimately graduate.
By providing on-campus healthcare services, colleges are able to demonstrate you are taking steps to comply with regulations and protect the health and safety of students such as the Clery Act.
Campus Medical Team