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The University Health Center provides an outpatient clinic for the care of most minor illnesses and injuries involving students enrolled at Southeastern. A Nurse Practitioner is available during appointed clinic hours. Medications prescribed by the practitioner must be obtained from a pharmacy at the student’s expense. Any laboratory work, x-rays and certain extraordinary services may be done at a local hospital or doctor’s office which also has to be paid by the student.
Appointments can be easily made on our website, www.southeastern.edu/admin/health_ctr, using either a PC or smart phone. In case of accident or severe illness, students may report to any hospital emergency room for treatment through their personal insurance coverage.
All new patients must complete a Health History Form. All health history information will be put into our Electronic Medical Records. The information is completely confidential and is reviewed only by professional staff members.
Students must furnish proof of immunization for two MMRs (Measles, Mumps, Rubella), Meningitis and up-to-date Tetanus/Diphtheria. Hepatitis B vaccinations and Tetanus are available at the University Health Center for a fee. Flu vaccinations are also offered to students, faculty, and staff beginning in mid-October.
We encourage everyone to visit our website, www.southeastern.edu/admin/health_ctr, for additional useful information.
The university recommends that all students have adequate health and accident insurance. Insurance is required for all International Students.