Frequently Asked Questions

When is Student Health Services open?

Both campuses are open from 8am - 4pm, Monday - Friday and closed on major holidays.

Who is eligible to receive services in the Student Health Center?

All Full-Time Traditional Undergraduate Students, A.D.N, ABSN and DPT students are Eligible to receive services in the Student Health Center. Eligible students do not have to carry MSMC Student Health to receive services.

All Graduate Students, Weekend College Students, Faculty and Staff members are Not Eligible to receive services, but are welcomed to make an appointment for an annual Flu Vaccine.

May I use the Student Health Center at either campus?

Yes, all full-time traditional undergraduate students, A.D.N, ABSN and DPT students are eligible to receive services in the Student Health Center. Eligible students do not have to carry MSMC Student Health to receive services.

May I receive services at Student Health Center if I don't have the MSMC Student Health Insurance?

Yes, eligible students do not have to carry MSMC Student Health to receive services. All full-time traditional undergraduate students, A.D.N, ABSN and DPT students are eligible to receive services in the Student Health Center.

How can I get information about the MSMC Student Health Insurance?

http://www.msmc.la.edu/student-life/business-office/policies-and-procedures/student-insurance.asp

Do I need to make an appointment to be seen in Student Health Services?

Appointments are necessary for vaccines, lab testing, physical and well woman exams. Immediate need same day walk-ins are accepted for serious illness or injury.

What services do you offer in Student Health Services?

Physical Exams, Well Woman Exams, all vaccines required for college entrance and Nursing/DPT clinical rotations, blood testing including blood titers, over the counter and prescription medications, first aid needs and health education consultations.

Will I have to pay to be seen in Student Health Services?

There is no cost to the student for provider visits; however, supplemental fees for physical exams, laboratory testing, vaccines and prescription medications may be assessed.