Commonwealth Hall, Ground Floor
Student Health Services
715 S. New Street
West Chester, PA 19383
Email: (for general questions only. Please call for appointments) firstname.lastname@example.org
Our staff includes Registered Nurses, Nurse Practitioners, Physicians, Nutritionist, and Wellness Promotion Specialists. Our goal is to help you stay healthy and in class so you can meet your academic goals.
We are well equipped to manage the illnesses and injuries common to a student population.
We are well equipped to manage your general health needs. Make an appointment for respiratory infection, asthma care, orthopedic injuries, urinary tract infections, sexual health care, or other health concerns. We can also do your physical exam, if it is required for employment or a driver's license.
Due to changes in recommendations for administration and monitoring of immunotherapy, Student Health Services will no longer provide this service.
Please contact Student Health Services if you need assistance in finding a local care provider.Student Health Services email
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Student Health Services offers appointments for TB skin tests and the following immunizations: meningitis, seasonal influenza, tetanus, and tetanus with pertussis.
TB skin tests: required for select students (education and nursing majors. Available at Student Health Services)
Contraception is a method of preventing unplanned pregnancy. Most women of reproductive age in the United States use some form of contraception. Contraceptives are available by:
Sexually transmitted infections (STI's) are passed from one person to another during sexual contact. If you are sexually active, it is important to get tested regularly, since many STI's have no symptoms. Getting tested makes you aware of any treatments you may need.
The Student Health Center offers the Tuberculosis (TB) Screening Test to determine exposure to tuberculosis. Call for an appointment. The total cost will be $34 for the visits and test.
All students who receive an immunization or TB test must remain in the health center for 15 minutes for observation.
Tuberculosis testing requirements may vary among University departments. Contact the Department representative for specific information.