1. Minor Illnesses and Injuries.
Minor illnesses and injuries are evaluated and treated. Serious illnesses and injuries may be referred to a specialist in the area or medical facility if indicated.
2. Physical Exams.
School, employment, or routine physicals are offered during normal operating hours. Lab, TB screening, titers, and updated immunizations required to complete physical requirements are done at the UHC for a fee prior to the physical exam.
3. Women's and Men’s Health (fee based services).
Evaluation and treatment of female/male related problems through pelvic examination or breast examination, etc. Annual well woman examination (includes routine breast exam).
STD testing is offered for men and women.
Tetanus(Td), Tetanus with Pertussis (Tdap), Hepatitis B Vaccine(HBV), Hepatitis A Vaccine(HAV), (Influenza), Meningitis(Menactra), Measles Mumps Rubella (MMR) and Chicken Pox (Varicella) are offered for a fee.
UHC will work in cooperation with a student's physician to administer, monitor, and evaluate allergy and depo-provera injections for a fee.
Medication prescribed by a UHC practitioner may be filled at any pharmacy. Charges are determined by pharmacy.
7. Other Services Provided:
TB (tuberculosis) screening, rapid strep tests, mono test, Ear Wax Removal/Ear Irrigation, glucose readings, urinalysis, UPT, nebulizer treatments, labs through outside agency, routine blood pressure checks, medical referrals, IV therapy, minor suturing without trauma, and abcess/cyst drainage.
8. Services Not Offered:
Dental care, obstetrical care, care of chronic illnesses, major injuries or major surgical procedures. Minor Surgeries and Procedures such as nail removal, wart treatment or removal, and mole removal.