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Health Services is located in the University Commons on the second level in the Wellness Suite, Room 240. Entry to the Wellness Suite/Health Services requires initial entry to the Student Life Suite and then continuing through the Student Life Suite to the Wellness Suite. Phone number: 540-432-4308

All full-time students, undergraduate and graduate, are eligible for services. Having Health Insurance is required to receive services as all services are billed to Health Insurance. (See “Health Insurance” for detailed information.) Self-pay is available in extenuating circumstances. Payments can be made by cash, check and credit/debit cards. 

Part-time students, undergraduate and graduate, are eligible to receive services if they have completed the appropriate “Part-Time Health Information Form” and have Health Insurance.

Staff for Health Services include:
Director - Registered Nurse
Health Information Management Coordinator
Medical Director - MD
Nurse Practitioner- NP
Clinical Assistant - RN
Psychiatrist - MD

Services provided include:
Sick visits; Physicals; Psychiatry 
Vaccines
(routine & travel); In-house flu, mono and strep testing; TB Screenings and testing
Massage Therapy
Short term loan of medical equipment: crutches & wheelchair

Hours of operation are Monday through Friday 8:30 to 4:30.  
Visits with Medical Providers (NP’s and MD’s) are available by appointment only.

All medical records are maintained electronically in Medicat.


Health Insurance

Health insurance is an EMU requirement at the Harrisonburg location for all traditional undergraduate students taking 12 or more credit hours, and for all full-time Seminary, CJP Graduate, and Counseling Graduate students taking 9 or more credit hours.  Health insurance is also required of all full-time international students in Harrisonburg, regardless of academic program.  

EMU Student Health Insurance is available to all full-time undergraduate students and students are automatically enrolled in the insurance plan upon registration.  If currently enrolled in another health insurance plan that provides comparable coverage, students may complete a waiver form by going to www.firststudent.com.

EMU Student Health Insurance is also available for full-time graduate students who are enrolled in graduate programs that offer health insurance as an option.

For a complete description of the benefits available, limitations and exclusions, please visit www.firststudent.com (US Residents) & (International Students).

Contact Information: Eastern.Mennonite@rcmd.com or (800) 346-4075.

For a complete description of the benefits available, limitations and exclusions, please visit: www.rcmd.com.



 

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