he Health Clinic provides a medical doctor, nurse practitioner, registered nurses, a medical assistant, and personal counselors to assist currently enrolled students with health-related and psychological matters. Illness or accidents incurred on campus should be reported immediately to Campus Police, who will contact Student Health Services as needed. All services are confidential.
- Appointments with our doctor or nurse practitioners
- Treatment for acute and minor illnesses
- Physical exams for the nursing program, work, or yearly checkup
- Immunizations and TB skin testing .
- STD and HIV screening and education
- Pregnancy tests
- Birth control counseling
- Pap smear and exam
- Low-cost laboratory services
- Some low-cost medications
- First Aid (same font and alignment as above)
- Health education and counseling.
- Referrals to community health agencies.
- Family PACT Services (Family Planning, Access, Care, and Treatment)
- Psychological Counseling Services
Student Health Services does not cover the following:
- Ambulance services, family coverage, fees involving off-campus care, hospitalizations, laboratory (except for FAMILY PACT), ongoing medical care, pharmacy (except for FAMILY PACT), or X-rays.
Student Health Services are not available during the summer or intersession.
The Student Health Fee
The Student Health Fee is paid at registration and covers most visits to the medical doctor, nurse practitioner and personal counselor.
Accident Insurance Program
The Community College District also provides accident insurance to students, visitors, and athletes while on campus. Coverage is related to accidents under the following circumstances:
- Students – while attending regularly scheduled classes on the campus, college-sponsored activities, including club activities, and while traveling under college supervision to and from college-sponsored events.
- Student Athletes – while participating in or attending any regularly scheduled practice or competition supervised by an authorized representative of the College, or while traveling directly to and from practice or competition with other members as a group, provided such travel is supervised by an authorized representative of the College.
- Children of Students – while attending "Mommy and Me" classes provided by the College with their student parent, if applicable.
- Official Visitors – who have been formally invited to the campus or who are on campus to conduct research or to address the faculty and/or students. Vendors and non-student spectators, regardless of activity, are not official visitors. This information is provided as a guide, and neither replaces nor supersedes the actual provisions of the insurance program.
STUDENT HEALTH SERVICES CENTER
Dr. Chavez Student Services Center Building
Room SC 124 – lower level, next to Montgomery Hall
Mondays 8:30-12:00, 1:00-3:00
Tuesdays 8:30-12:00, 1:00-3:00
Wednesdays 8:30-12:00, 1:00-3:00
Thursdays 10:00-2:00, 3:00-7:00