Health Services is open to all undergraduate students and seminarians.
Graduate students may utilize Health Services by purchasing access through the Accounting Department 301-447-5353.
Health Services in an academic community is developmental and preventive. Using a holistic approach, we welcome the opportunity to be a resource for Mount students as they deal with the challenges associated with the transition from adolescence to young adulthood.
The trained medical staff are all CPR and AED certified
Some of the services available include:
Evaluation and treatment of acute illness/injury
Management of chronic disease or disability in collaboration with the student’s primary care provider
Medication monitoring when indicated
Rapid strep, mono and flu testing
Referrals to specialists, as needed
Medications: most medications prescribed by the doctor are available on site
There are no fees for visits to Health Services, although there are nominal fees for medications and diagnostic tests.
Payment at the time of service may be cash, check or the Mount Card.
Any services received outside of Health Services, such as x-ray or lab services are the responsibility of the student.
Insurance is not required to utilize Health Services. However, students are strongly encouraged to be insured and to carry their insurance card with them on campus. A student should have health insurance in the event diagnostic testing outside of Health Services would be indicated or in the case of emergency. It is advantageous for the student’s current insurance information to be on file in Health Services for such referrals, or emergencies.