Attention ALL Students:
Health Services is pleased to announce free, confidential STD testing in partnership with the Kent County Health Department on Thursday September 18, 2014 from 9-12 and 1-4.
There are also a limited number of FREE Gardisil (HPV) vaccines available on Thursday September 25, 2014.
Please call 410-778-7261 to schedule either of these FREE services
The Student Health Service is an on-campus clinic which provides medical and counseling services to full time students. All students are required to complete a health questionnaire, have a physical exam, and meet immunization requirements before their enrollment at Washington College. Physical exams must be completed within the 6 month period prior to the due date. Required immunizations are listed on the Health Form.
Advisory on the Ebola Virus
In response to the international concern over the outbreak of the Ebola HF virus in West Africa, Washington College is closely monitoring news from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and working with local health officials to keep everyone on campus safe and informed.
Any students, visitors, faculty or staff who have traveled in the affected countries (Guinea, Sierra Leone, Liberia, Nigeria) in the past few weeks are required to contact the College Health Center (410-778-7261) before or immediately upon arrival on campus to discuss screening, monitoring and precautions.
To date, in the United States there have been no outbreaks of the virus and no known cases of transmission from one person to another. The virus is not an airborne threat. It is spread only by direct contact with the bodily fluids of someone in the active, symptomatic phase of the illness. Symptoms can appear anywhere from 2 to 21 days after infection and includes a fever.
For thorough information on the Ebola virus and its symptoms, visit the CDC website.
Our Top 3 Questions
Is there a charge for Plan B (the morning after pill)?
There are no charges associated with Plan B.
Is there a charge for my visit to health services?
There is no charge for the visit, but you may have charges associated with certain lab tests and medications. You may request our providers write a prescription for you to take to a local pharmacy.
I am a domestic student with private health insurance,do I have to purchase the college health plan?
No, but you are required to fill out the online waiver each year you attend, to avoid being charged the $1200.00 and provide us with a copy of your current health insurance card.
All international students are required to purchase the collegge health insurance plan.