The clinic provides diagnostic services and treatments appropriate on an episodic, outpatient basis. Services are not intended as a substitute for the health maintenance care given by a primary care provider. However, the clinic can provide invaluable services to students who cannot see a physician because of time constraints or distance. Any problems that cannot be treated at the clinic may be referred to medical sources off campus. Patient forms can be filled out ahead of time, printed and brought in with the first-time patient.
Your Safe Spring Break
Spring Break is an exciting time! BE prepared and stay safe while enjoying your time away. The FDA has free health resources on topics ranging from sunscreens and tanning to safe medication use.
- Link to the College Women’s Health webpage.
- Check Out free copies of fact sheets and brochures.
- SEE 5 tips to stay safe this #SpringBreak http://go.usa.gov/3cEZH
- goto http://ow.ly/JDUEX and Re-pin our Spring Break pin to your Pinterest board.
- The campus clinic will have normal hours of operations during Spring Break. Be Safe, Be Well, Have Fun…
TRICARE Choices for Military ID Card Holders
The University Clinic accommodates students with Military ID Cards using TRICARE. The details are fully outlined here.
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