Student Health Services

Medical Clinic

Services

The clinic provides general medical care including preventative care, and diagnosis and treatment of illnesses and injuries. Appointments can be made with physicians or nurse practitioners.

  • Diagnosis and treatment of illness and injury
  • Diagnostic laboratory tests
  • Pelvic exams, Pap smears, contraceptives, pregnancy testing, IUD placement, and Nexplanon insertion/removal
  • Physical exams for employment, athletics, etc.
  • Testing for sexually transmitted diseases
  • Minor surgical procedures such as mole removal, laceration repair, etc.
  • Immunizations, allergy injections
  • Travel abroad (out of country) consults (see link on webpage)

Interpreter services may be available upon request. Please notify us in advance if you would like to request this service,

When a student reserves a time for an appointment and does not keep that appointment, it precludes other students who need an appointment from being able to get one. Therefore, Student Health Services charges a missed appointment fee to patients who miss more than two appointments. The fee is $15. To avoid this missed appointment fee, please call when unable to keep your appointment. Health insurance companies do not pay for this fee. We understand that there are circumstances that cannot be avoided that will cause you to miss your appointment. For this reason, we do not assess a missed appointment fee until the third time an appointment is missed.

Who Can Use the Services?

Currently enrolled students can use all services. Having medical insurance is not a prerequisite to using the on-campus Health Services. Health Services is available to any student regardless of age, gender, sexual orientation, race, religion, or ethnicity.

Confidential Medical Records

Records are maintained on each patient. All information is confidential and can be released with written permission only. Records are retained for ten years from the last date of care and are then destroyed.

Referrals

If consultation with a medical specialist is needed, patients will be referred to a specialist either in St. Cloud or in your hometown area, depending on your medical needs and/or health insurance.

Cost

Our charges for office visits, prescriptions, lab work, and procedures are very reasonable and usually less than community clinics. Charges can be billed to most insurance plans. See Billing and Payment for Services for more information. 

Scheduling an Appointment


Fall semester hours

Monday-Friday 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m.
Closed evenings, weekends and holidays. Limited availability during breaks.

Dental options

Health Services location

Health Services location