Frequently Asked Questions

 

What is the cost to visit the Health & Wellness Center?

There is no charge at the time of service unless you are receiving an immunization. Students pay a health services fee each semester and may utilize the health center as much as needed.

How can I get a copy of my shot record?

You may obtain your immunization record by stopping by the Health & Wellness Center during our clinic hours or you may fax us a signed Medical Release Form requesting this information.

I am trying to schedule an appointment online, but I'm having trouble identifying a reason for my visit.

If you don't see a symptom that best describes your need for a visit, please contact our office at (479) 968-0329 to schedule your appointment. All women's health issues must be scheduled in person or by phone.

I am really sick and there are no appointments left for the day. What can I do?

You may come to the Health & Wellness Center and be triaged. If your symptoms are emergent, we will refer you to Saint Mary's Medical Center Emergency Department or a local clinic for evaluation.

Can I walk into the center and be seen?

You may walk in to be seen on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday between the hours of 3:00-4:00 pm to be seen by one of our nurses. This clinic is a first come, first served option for students who are ill and cannot wait to be seen the next day. All non-emergent cases will be scheduled as soon as possible.

I think I may have a sexually transmitted disease. What are some of the symptoms?

Click here for information about chlamydia.
Click here for information about gonorrhea.
Click here for information about genital herpes.
Click here for information about HIV & AIDS.
Click here for information about syphilis.
Click here for information about hepatitis.

What are the symptoms of strep throat and mononucleosis?

Click here for information about strep throat.
Click here for information about mononucleosis.

What are the symptoms of a urinary tract infection?

Click here for information about urinary tract infections.

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