Health Center Hours:
Monday and Thursday 9:30-4:00 pm
Tuesday and Wednesday 8:00-4:00 pm
Friday 9:00-3:00 pm
- First aid
- Treatment of minor illness
- Dispensing some over-the-counter medications
and prescription medications
- Vision screening
- Limited laboratory services
- Educational and health information brochures
- Referral assistance to local private physicians
- Private dental referral
- Nurse consultation
- Health-related counseling
- Physician on campus two mornings a week
- Flu Vaccines & Prevention Tips
All international students are required to purchase the Student Accident and Health Insurance Program designed for Marymount College. This policy assures that the international student's medical coverage is in compliance with the new mandates of the United States Information Agency and the National Association of Foreign Student Affairs.
Weekday students are required to show satisfactory proof of accident and medical insurance. Any weekday student involved in an accident or other emergency on campus should immediately notify the Director of the Student Health Center or the Student Development Services Office. If hospitalization or emergency treatment is needed on campus, it is the policy of the College to call the local paramedic service. All bills incurred for health-related reasons are the sole responsibility of the student.
Insurance claim forms may be obtained in the Student Health Center. It is the student's responsibility to complete these forms and send them to the insurance company. All students are required to file with the Health Center an official physical examination form signed by a licensed medical doctor. All immunization information must be up to date. A health history and medical information form must also be completed. Failure to provide these records will prohibit students from registering for classes.
All part-time students are required to file with the Health Center an official immunization and medical information form. These forms must be complete and updated before attending classes. Contact the Health Center for more information regarding the policies.
Student Health Requirments
All students enrolled at Marymount College must file required health forms. These include a physical examination form signed by a licensed medical doctor. A health history, medical information, & meningitis informational letter must also be submitted. Required immunizations must be documented. For a reasonable fee the student health center will administer any missing or outdated immunizations that are needed.
Part-time students must provide immunization and emergency medical information forms. Failure to provide these records will prohibit students from registering for subsequent semesters.