As part of our ongoing commitment to providing the best available healthcare, in the safest setting, we implemented strategies to facilitate flow and better accommodate patients while being mindful of state and CDC guidelines.
COVID-19 testing will be a significant feature of patient visits this Fall. We are continuing to work diligently to ascertain that we have adequate and state-of-the-art testing available as appropriate.
All appointments will be scheduled, there will be no walk-in visits during the fall semester with the exception of acute trauma which will be triaged accordingly. Whenever possible, telephonic appointments will be utilized to effectively treat those who need not be seen physically. The nature of the complaint and patient preference will be the determining factors when considering telemedicine.
Education will be at the heart of every patient encounter. We will partner with patients to make sure that we are each doing our part to maintain the safest campus community possible.
Located in the McLeod Tyler Wellness Center, the Student Health Center provides a full-range of primary care services including the evaluation, treatment and prevention of all kinds of acute or chronic physical, mental and social health issues. All full-time students with a completed Health Evaluation Form are eligible to receive care at the Student Health Center.