Welcome to the Student Health Center
Health care on campus is provided free of charge at the Student Health Center.
The Health Center can be entered from the outside stairs at the east end of Bailey Hall.
A registered nurse is available Monday, Wednesday and Friday 8:30am to3:00pm and Tuesday, Thursday 8:00am to 4:00pm to treat minor health complaints such as colds, viruses, sinus infections, etc. Appointments are not necessary, but can be make by calling 937-382-6661, ext. 217.
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The College physician is available from 8:30am to 9:30am each weekday morning. The physician can treat any complaint that you would see your regular family physician for. Students do not need an appointment to see the physician, walk-ins are welcomed. Students need to be in the health center by 9am or earlier to see the college physician during normally scheduled hours.
If you receive allergy shots, we can give those in the health center. Please call us at extension 217 for information regarding times and restrictions. If the student lives in the residence halls and is too ill to eat in the dining room, they may obtain a sick tray by contacting their Resident Director.
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Mental Health Counseling Services
Confidential mental health counseling services are provided free of charge to current students in the Student Health Center. A State Independently Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor (PCC) will provide a diagnostic assessment, treatment plan, and subsequent therapy sessions to assist students with a wide variety of wellness and mental health concerns. No problem is too large or small. Time management, stress, relationship issues, substance use/abuse/dependence, depression, anxiety, GLBT issues, ADHD and bipolar disorder are some of the concerns often addressed through the Campus Counseling Services. There is no specific limit to the number of sessions a student may receive through this free benefit but it should be noted that students whose needs require specialized or very long term care may be referred to seek services through their insurance providers.
Please note that the counseling record of the student does not go into the student’s academic record and confidentiality of counseling services is strictly upheld.
To schedule an appointment, please contact Mary Lynn Barber, Director of Counseling Services, at ext. 272 or by e-mail at email@example.com
Wilmington College main number:
Jill Young, ext. 217
Director of Counseling Services
Mary Lynn Barber, ext. 272