Student/University Health Services has licensed Nurse Practitioners and Registered Nurses who will provide you with professional health care for a happy, healthy experience at ETSU!
HOURS OF OPERATION AND CLOSURES
The Student Health Clinic is open Monday-Friday from 8:00 am to 4:30 pm and follows the ETSU Administrative Schedule for Closure. If the University Administrative Offrices are closed for holidays or inclement weather, then the Student Health Clinic will also be closed. Please make sure that you have medication or refills available on your medications to last you through closure times. Do not wait until the last minute to request a medication refill or until you are out of medications. The After-Hours Call Service is not for appointments or medication refill services.
After-Hours (4:30 pm) Telephone Call Service
Student/University Health Services has an after-hours telephone call service that is only available after 4:30 pm Monday -Friday, Weekends and Holidays by calling
Toll Free: 1-888-915-7299
The answering service will assist you with your best course of action. If you have a routine or minor health concern or question, you should continue to call the Student/University Health Clinic during weekly daytime office hours or to make an appointment. The after-hours service is for those who are sick after the clinic has closed. The call center will determine if a nurse practitioner needs to be notified to call you. Remember the call service is NOT for medical emergencies, to make or cancel an appointment, immunization requirement questions, or to refill prescriptions. For emergencies please call 911.
IMPORTANT - EFFECTIVE DATE: JULY 1, 2013
Effective July 1, 2013, the Tennessee General Assembly required ALL NEW incoming students under the age of 22 at any public institution of higher learning in the State of Tennessee who live in "ON-CAMPUS" student housing, will be required to provide proof of adequate immunization against Meningococcal disease within the last 5 years, before moving into any on-campus housing. Some exemptions do apply for students who provide the appropriate medical or religious exemption form to Student/University Health Services. New incoming students will not have the option of refusing this immunization without providing Student Health Services the appropriately executed medical or religious exemptions.
This new requirement does not currently apply to students already living in on-campus housing but is highly recommended.
This requirement does not replace the Meningitis and Hepatitis Immunization Health History Form. The Meningitis and Hepatitis Immunization Health History Form is a state mandatory requirement.
We offer Behavioral Health appointments. There is no charge for you to see a Behavioral Health Specialist if you are enrolled for the current semester. If you have a "no show" appointment, you will be assessed a $20 no show fee to your account. If you do not keep an appointment or cancel the day before your appiontment, you are preventing someone else from being able to make an appointment.
Policy for students who are not registered for the current semester.
Please call for an appointment if you are experiencing any difficulties with moods, behaviors or thoughts that are not normal to you and including anxiety or depression.
The University Health Clinic for employees is Now Open!
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