For all visits, please bring:
- Your W&M student ID
- Your insurance cards/ information
If you experience any confusion being a non-Georgetown student, you should ask for the office administrator, Elaine Whetzel.
There is a fee for all services provided at the clinic. The health insurance is billed first, but the student and/or parents are responsible for any charges not covered by insurance. Most insurance companies require a small co-payment be paid at each visit. Students can make this payment by cash, check, or credit card. (Every effort will be made to assist where financial hardship exists.) The health center is staffed by Family Practice faculty physicians and nurse practitioners with particular training and experience in providing high quality health care.
Routine Office Visits
For treating common health problems such as respiratory infections, urinary tract infections, headaches, abdominal pain, sexually transmitted infections (STIs), dermatological conditions, sports injuries, and other concerns for which you would see your family doctor.
Preventive Health Care
Complete physical examination for study abroad, scholarships, sports or employment are available along with yearly gynecological examinations, and immunizations.
If you are already scheduled for a physical examination appointment, you should print and complete the required Medical History Form, available on the website. Please bring it with you to your appointment.
Laceration repair, suture removal, dressing changes, ear irrigations, toenail removal, foreign body removal, and lesion removal.
Basic laboratory studies such a blood counts, electrolyte levels, pregnancy testing, HIV testing, STD screening, urinalysis, and premarital blood work.
Offered by appointment.
Freezing or chemical treatment for wart removal.
Evaluation and treatment of sports-related conditions.
Routine and travel immunizations are available.
For any questions or for further information regarding immunizations, please call our immunization line at (202) 687-3100.
If your condition requires referral to a specialist, the SHC clinician will make that assessment and provide the referral.
Students who have had medications previously prescribed by a clinician at the Student Health Center for recurring health problems can use the Online Prescription Refill Request if appropriate.