Welcome to Health Services!
Student Health Services provides health promotion, education and medical care to all registered students who have completed their medical records forms. Group education programs for peer education are available upon request.
Clinic will be closed at 2 p.m. on December 19 and re-open January 20 at 9 a.m.
Closed Saturday & Sunday
For emergencies on campus contact security at 610-896-1111 or call 911.
Health Services would appreciate your suggestions or comments! Visit the Suggestion Box >
Please email Catherine Sharbaugh, Director of Health Services, or call 610-896-1089.
For a full list of urgent care facilities, hospitals, and pharmacies, see Resources: Pharmacies & Hospitals.
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Tips for Successful Donation: Maintain a healthy iron level in your diet; Hydrate – drink an extra 16 oz of liquid before and after your donation; Have a healthy meal before your donation – avoid foods high in fat just prior to donation; Remember to bring your ID!
Health Services would like to update you about how the College is responding to Ebola.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention site provides up to date information on Ebola, including signs and symptoms, as well as lists of all current and past outbreaks.
Come to the Morris Health Center for a flu vaccine. September and October are ideal times to get the vaccine. Be prepared with a boost to your immunity before the flu hits camps! Cost is $25.00 and the vaccine is covered by insurance.
This posting of Frequently Asked Questions provides general information regarding the Affordable Care Act and its effect on college student health coverage.