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Health Services Clinic Hours

Fall semester:
Monday 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Tuesday 10 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Wednesday 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Thursday 9 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Friday CLOSED

To contact the SMWC Health Services Clinic, please call 812-535-5200.

For 24-hour assistance, call the Union Hospital COVID Hotline at 812-238-4871.

On Campus COVID-19 Consultation and Testing

Students, faculty and staff who feel ill, are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms or believe they have been exposed should seek consultation with their health care provider and may utilize the SMWC Health Clinic by appointment only to receive a COVID-19 rapid test on campus. The rapid test will have a turnaround time of 24 hours or less.

Individuals exhibiting COVID-19 or flu-like symptoms should call the clinic at 812-535-5200 for a consultation and to schedule an appointment as walk-in services will not be available.

If symptoms are present, students and employees should not go to class or work. Students should contact Student Life. Employees should contact their supervisor. All students and employees must complete the COVID-19 Self-Reporting Form.

Who provides care at the SMWC Health Services Clinic?

The SMWC Health Services Clinic is staffed by a nurse practitioner, nurses and support staff. If the healthcare needs of the student cannot be met by the SMWC Health Services Clinic, the student can be referred to the proper provider.

What services are offered?

  • Physical exams (sports, study abroad)
  • Immunizations/flu shots
  • Health assessments and treatments
  • Men’s and women’s health
  • STD screenings/counseling
  • Prepackaged prescription medications
  • Over-the-counter medications
  • Laboratory testing
  • Educational materials

What immunizations do I need to attend SMWC?

All new undergraduate students are required to complete the Campus Student Health Form providing proof of immunity for the following:

  • Tetanus/Diphtheria
  • Measles
  • Mumps
  • Rubella
  • Chicken Pox
  • Meningitis
  • Hepatitis

All new international students are required to submit Tuberculosis (TB) screening information in addition to immunization information. These vaccines are available at the SMWC Health Services Clinic.

What should I do if I have an emergency?

If you have a medical emergency, call 911. Be sure to state your name, your problem, where you are located, and a phone number where you can be reached. Examples of medical emergencies include:

  • Major trauma (possible head injury, fracture and internal injuries)
  • Unconsciousness (diabetic coma, insulin reaction, electric shock, drug overdose)
  • Lacerations that may require suturing or result in heavy bleeding.
  • Seizure disorders (first known seizure, injury with seizure, seizure with high temperature)
  • Rape

Who can receive services at the Health Services Clinic?

Campus undergraduate students taking nine (9) or more credit hours at SMWC are eligible to receive services. Students must present a valid SMWC identification card in order to receive services.

How do I pay for services?

The health services for students in the campus program (including commuter students) will be covered by tuition and fees. All campus students will utilize the clinic on a walk-in basis and pay no fees for services. Laboratory testing and immunizations are available and billed to health insurance. Medications are available at minimal cost including over-the-counter and some acute care prescriptions.

Mailing Address

SMWC Health Services Clinic
Rooney Library
1 St Mary of Woods Coll
Saint Mary of the Woods, IN 47876