The Student Health Center complements the academic mission of Saint Martin's University and integrates faith, reason, service and community to empower students, staff and faculty through creating an environment in the health center that promotes learning.
- Basic medical care
- Limited disease management for chronic health problems
- Seasonal flu vaccines
- MMR vaccines
- Meningococcal vaccines
- COVID-19 boosters coming soon (hopefully)
After-hours hospital or emergency room care, medical specialists, as well as dental care, eye exams, hearing tests or X-rays are all referred locally.
The Student Health Center at Saint Martin's is committed to protecting the privacy of its patient's personal and health information. Applicable federal and state laws are closely adhered to, including the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) regulations, which is designed to provide privacy standards to protect your medical records and other health information provided to health plans, doctors, hospitals and other health care providers. This also means that the Student Health Center does not discuss or transfer a student's medical records without the student's written consent.
We protect your health information by:
- Treating all of your health information that we collect as confidential.
- Restricting access to your health information only to those medical and clinical staff that need to know your health information in order to provide our services to you.
- Only disclosing your health information that is necessary for an outside service company to perform its function on our behalf and the company has by contract agreed to protect and maintain the confidentiality of your health.
- Maintaining physical, electronic and procedural safeguards to comply with federal and state regulations guarding your health information.
- There can be no discussion or transfer of a student's medical records without the student's written consent. This includes parents calling to inquire about a student's health. You may ask to review your record with the physician and make corrections.
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|Nurse hours||10 a.m. - 4 p.m.||10 a.m. - 4 p.m.||10 a.m. - 4 p.m.||10 a.m. - 4 p.m.||10 a.m. - 4 p.m.|
|Summer provider hours||10 a.m. - 4 p.m.|
Walk-in or by appointment.
Closures: Office is closed for all holidays and university breaks.
All main campus undergraduate students are assessed a health services fee and may use the services of the Student Health Center on an unlimited basis at no additional cost:
- Full-time registered undergraduate main campus students pay a Health/Wellness & Safety fee per semester (see current fee rates here)
- Part-time undergraduate students will be charged a pro-rated fee on a per credit basis per semester
- Graduate students, staff and faculty may utilize the center for a $25 fee
- Laboratory rates and outside pharmacy charges are not covered by the Student Health Center fee but may be covered by the student's health insurance
- If MMR vaccination is required for compliance with University policy, we have those available for $100 per injection (two are required)
- Flu vaccines will be available in the fall FREE for all undergraduates
All students living in the residence halls are required to have proof of meningitis vaccination. Vaccination is available at the Student Health Center for $100.
Additional required vaccines
All students are required to provide proof of two MMR vaccinations or titers and be fully vaccinated against COVID-19.
Incoming international students
In order to maintain a healthy learning environment here at Saint Martin's, all incoming international students need to complete the Saint Martin's University Tuberculosis Questionnaire and the Student Immunization History and Emergency Information form.
If a student answers "yes" to any of the questions on page one of the Tuberculosis questionnaire and/or if a student’s clinician did not fully complete the Student Immunization History and Emergency Information form, then the SMU SHC Medical Director will require the following:
- The clinician will review and verify the information in part one of the current TB Screening Questionnaire.
- Persons answering YES to any of the questions in part one are candidates for either Mantoux tuberculin skin test (TST) or Interferon Gamma Release Assay (IGRA), billed to student’s health insurance by Quest Diagnostics, unless a previous positive test has been documented.
- If there is a history of a positive TB skin test or BCG vaccination then the IGRA will automatically be obtained.
- If IGRA is positive then a chest x-ray will be obtained to evaluate for active TB infection versus latent.
- Those students with no signs of active TB on chest x-ray will receive a recommendation to be treated for latent TB with appropriate medication.
All international students must also provide proof of two MMR vaccinations. If no vaccines have been given, then these will be administered at a cost of $80 per vaccine spaced at a minimum of 28 days apart, OR the student may have a blood test for titers of rubeola (measles) but test results must be included, OR have a physician sign that the student has had measles. If only one vaccine is documented, we will administer the second vaccine for the $80 fee.