The Wellness Center:
Student Health Center
Evans Commons, 3rd Floor
Phone: (636) 949-4804
Fax: (636) 237-4049
Hours of Operation
Monday – Friday: 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Closed Daily for Lunch: 12:15 -12:45 p.m.
We want our students to maintain optimal health while pursuing their academic goals and develop or sustain a lifestyle that will support wellness throughout their lives.
The Student Health Center with services provided by Mercy Clinic at Work, a division of Mercy, serves on-campus students for a variety of medical conditions, from flu-like symptoms and minor injuries to physical examinations and immunizations. The clinic has an on-site nurse practitioner to confidentially assist students with their healthcare needs.
To schedule an appointment please call (636) 949-4804. Walk-ins accepted as schedule allows – same day appointments frequently available. If you are experiencing flu-like or COVID-19 symptoms, please call the clinic and speak to one of our clinical team members to determine what type of appointment is best based on your symptoms. When entering the clinic, please wear a mask if you are experiencing flu-like or COVID-19 symptoms.
COVID vaccines are not available at the Student Health Center at this time. However, COVID-19 testing will be available for symptomatic students only.
Students with questions regarding asymptomatic testing or vaccines can contact email@example.com. Employees should contact Human Resources with any questions.
Health Center Information
With the transition to Mercy, all services including, but not limited to, office visits, laboratory, immunizations, and vaccines will be submitted to insurance. Co-pays will be covered for on-campus undergraduate students and graduate students who live on campus by 51¸£ÀûÉç for appointments seen in the Mercy Clinic in Evans Commons. Costs or co-pays beyond a typical visit (ex. Lab fees or tests) will be the responsibility of the student.
Ask the Mercy clinical team about financial options if uninsured.
It is important to bring your insurance card, or a copy of the front and back of your card and a photo ID to your visit for proper claim processing.
Registered nurse practitioners provide health services and education.
A nurse practitioner is a nurse with advanced training who can provide a full range of primary health care services, including assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of acute and chronic health problems, ordering tests and interpreting results, and prescribing medication. A local adult primary care physician supervises the nurse practitioner.
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Included, but not limited to:
- Office visits include services for flu-like symptoms, cough, common cold, treatment of illness and injury (non-emergency), and blood pressure monitoring.
- In-office laboratory testing including, urine, throat, pregnancy, flu, mononucleosis, glucose, tuberculosis, total cholesterol screening and sexually transmitted diseases.
- Well-woman examinations
- Physical examinations/consultations
- Mercy pharmacy delivery service to the Student Health Center
Health Center Forms
Students who are using the Health Center for the first time will need to complete all forms prior to their first appointment. Please print to fill out and bring with you to your first appointment along with your insurance card, or front and back copy of your card and a photo ID.