Student Health Clinic

Student Health Clinic

The Student Health Clinic is located on East Campus, Room E2232 and is staffed by Registered Nurses. The clinic is open weekdays, Monday – Friday from 8am-2pm during regular school session and Monday- Wednesdays 8am- 2pm during summer schedule. Walk-ins are welcome. Please see below for a list of services provided free of charge by the Health Clinic. A physician is available two Wednesdays per month. Appointments to see the physician are recommended. To speak with a Nurse or to set up and appointment, contact the Student Health Clinic at 651-779-3954.


Services Provided

 
  • Alcohol, Drug, and Tobacco use assessment and Referral
  • Blood Pressure Checks
  • Crisis Management & Referral
  • Education Resources
  • First Aid
  • Health Education Resources
  • HIV and STI/STD free testing clinics offered intermittently. Call for dates/ details.
  • Intimate Partner Violence & Assault Survivor Guidance and Resources
  • Student Insurance Information
  • Triage Nursing
  • Over-the-Counter Medications
  • Lactation Support
  • Light Therapy Lamp
  • Mental Health Counseling and Referrals
  • Personal Safety Concerns
  • Pregnancy Counseling
  • Pregnancy Tests
  • Condoms
  • Program Required Physical Exams
  • Food and/or Nutrition Concerns Referrals
  • Medical and Dental Care Referrals
  • Reproductive Health Contraception, Counseling, and Referral
  • Special Needs Assistance
  • Sexual Assault Survivor Guidance and Resources
  • Sex Equity issues
  • Stress, Anxiety, Depression Management Help
  • Tuberculin Skin Tests*
  • Wound Care

*requires $10 fee


Health Care Coverage

All services currently provided by the Century College Student Health Clinic are free. If you need health insurance for additional services, please contact Portico Healthnet, a non-profit that helps customers find appropriate health care insurance. Their number is 651-489-2273.


Resources


Patient Bill of Rights

All patients will be treated with respect, consideration, and dignity and have the appropriate level of privacy.

Patient records are treated with confidentiality, and, except when required by law, patients are given the opportunity to approve or refuse the release of their records.