Tuesday, Sep. 16, 2014
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Students are seen on a walk-in basis for illnesses and injuries such as colds, sore throats, headaches, small cuts, bruises, burns, etc.
Pregnancy tests and urine tests for bladder infections are screening procedures available in Health Services at no charge.
Flu injections are also available in the fall. The exact date and cost will be announced per semester
Tuberculosis testing (Tb test) is available in Health Services at no charge.
Ace bandages and ice packs are available. Loan items include vaporizers and crutches.
Non-emergency medical problems such as: colds, sore throats, rashes, etc. can wait until the next working day to be evaluated in the Health Services office. RA's have first aid kits that contain thermometers, tylenol, advil, decongestants etc.
There are some medical problems which are not considered emergencies but which do require prompt attention such as:
NOTE: NDC Urgent Care is open Monday through Friday from 8 AM to 8 PM and Saturday 8AM to 4PM
Student Health Insurance may vary from year to year depending upon the negotiated contract. Please check your present insurance brochure for specific coverage.
Insurance claim forms are available in Health Services and must be completed:
It would be helpful to have on hand in the residence hall things like ginger ale, bouillon, chicken soup, and juices for times when a regular meal is unappealing or impractical.