Frequently Asked Questions
Does the Health and Wellness Center have a medical clinic?
Yes, we have a physician and nurse practitioners that manage the clinic that are able to assist you with medical care that you need. Our services include (but aren't limited to):
- Physical exams
- Pelvic exams and pap exams
- Laboratory tests
- Testing for Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs)
- Illness and injury care
- Family planning, morning after pill, birth control
Do I need to have medical insurance to be seen?
No, we will see you whether you have insurance or not. If you have health insurance we will provide a receipt for your visit and you can submit it to your insurance for reimbursement.
What are your hours? Do I need to have an appointment?
Our current hours are Monday through Thursday from 8 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. and 1 p.m. - 4:30 p.m. Fridays 8am-12pm. To make an appointment call 574-520-5557. We occasionally will see patients on a walk-in basis, but you may be turned away if our schedule is too busy. Please call for appointments 574-520-5557.
What do you charge and how do I pay?
We charge $30 new patients and $25 for most other visits. We charge $40 for a physical, $70 for a women’s health exam (pap testing), $80 for a pap sear with STI testing (Gon/Chl). Most medications cost $15 - $30 and birth control pills cost $15. Immunizations vary- Hepatitis B- $60, MMR (Measles, Mumps, Rubella) $45, TB skin test $20, Tdap $45. We can charge your bursar account (students) or accept credit/debit, cash, or checks. Prices may vary
Where are you located?
We are located in the Student Activity Center on the main floor. Go to the main desk and the staff will direct you to our location. Please fill out our patient hx/consent form if you are a new patient.
I need vaccinations and a TB test, where can I get them?
We provide most of the vaccinations that you would need for entrance into a clinical program or for international travel. We provide Hepatitis B, MMR, TB skin tests, and Tdap. Also provide blood testing (titers) and STI testing.
My medications are too expensive, what should I do?
Contact our office, we can help get in enrolled in programs that will provide your meds for free or at a reduced cost.
Where can I go to get HIV testing?
AIDS ministries/AIDS Assist comes to the Health and Wellness Center twice a month (1st and 3rd Tuesday of each month 10am-noon) offering FREE oral HIV testing. Contact our office for more information 574-520-5557