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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
  • Pharmacy
  • 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 services 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 (Appointments only) 10am-2pm. 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.

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, $60 for a women’s health exam (pap testing), $70 for a pap sear with STI testing (Gon/Chl).  Most medications cost $15 - $30 and birth control pills cost $15 - $20. Immunizations vary- Hepatitis B- $60, MMR (Measles, Mumps, Rubella) $45, TB skin test $15, Tdap $45.  We can charge your bursar account (students) or accept credit/debit, cash, or checks.

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.

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 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 come to the Health and Wellness Center on a monthly basis and do free oral HIV testing.  Contact our office for more information 574-520-5557