Student Health Services
St. Joseph Hall 102
Hours - 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m., Monday - Friday
814-886-6515 or 814-886-6391
Health Requirements for All Students A. Required for All Students: B. Required for all Resident Students living on campus: D. Required for all College Athletes who are going to participate in sports:
In case of an emergency after hours contact Security at 814-886-6327.
The Health Services Department operates under the direction of a registered nurse with the cooperation of a consultant Physician Assistant. Confidential student health records are maintained. Medical information is released only with the student’s written consent. All new students including degree completion Medical Imaging and Medical Laboratory Technologist DuBois students are required to submit a completed health form including health history, physical exam and immunization record form prior to attendance at classes. All other degree completion programs through the Office of Graduate and Continuing Education are not required to submit a student health form. Students in health related programs have additional requirements and specific screening tests for certain diseases. Students enrolled in healthcare programs requiring clinical education will be subject to random drug tests. Clinical experiences will not be permitted without a completed health form. Forms are obtained from Health Services and returned to Health Services.
All students are encouraged to carry health insurance. Health insurance is required for all international and resident students as well as intercollegiate athletes. Mount Aloysius College does not provide student health insurance. Students requiring health insurance will need to provide verification of health insurance by submitting a copy of their health insurance card. Health Services can provide information on various companies that provide student health insurance. Students are entitled to unlimited walkin visits to Health Services for nursing assessment and treatment of minor illnesses and injuries. Physician Assistant consultation is available at specific times by appointment. If a student requires diagnostic testing or other services through a medical facility separate from Health Services, that medical facility will bill the student or the students insurance for services. Students should make their own non-emergency transportation arrangements to other medical facilities or consult Health Services for other options. Local ambulance service is available for emergencies. Health Services can provide local ambulance information and subscription rates.
If a student is seen at Health Services, the student can be given a copy of their visit registration that documents the day and time of the visit. A student may choose to show this to a professor as a record of a Health Services visit. All resident students are required by law to have a meningococcal vaccine or sign a waiver by Pennsylvania State Law.
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To assure your health and safety while you are part of our college community we will require specific health information. The following must be completed before students begin classes.
Health Forms: All students entering college must have a health form on file and have received a physical exam by their physician.
Immunizations: All students are required to have the following immunizations before entering college.
C. Required for all Health Studies, Nursing, and Phlebotomy students:
Health Requirements for All Students
A. Required for All Students:
B. Required for all Resident Students living on campus:
D. Required for all College Athletes who are going to participate in sports: