The Geneva College Health Services Department is a subdivision of the Student Development Department. We feel that maintaining good health is important to helping students become more successful in their academic goals. We attempt to make your visits an informational and educational experience.
The Nave Infirmary is located in the lower level of McKee Hall.
Health Services is open daily Monday-Friday 8:30 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. for walk in visits. Medical needs of a resident student occurring during non-clinic hours are referred to the on-call nurse by notifying your RD or RA. This service is available 24 hours daily/7 days a week. The Health Services Department is closed for chapel on Wednesdays from 10:10 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.
The Health Services Department is not open on college holidays and weekends.
Health Services hours are limited during the summer.
Medical Services Staff - Partners in Health Care with you…
|Connie Erwin||R.N.,C Director of Health Services firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Carl G. Sestito||M.D. Physician|
General Geneva College Health Services is deeply committed to:
To accommodate students' schedules and care for unexpected illnesses, we have found that a walk-in format best serves the students needs. Students may want to visit the Health Services Department for health assessment and treatment, health education and counseling, referrals, minor injury care and follow-up, allergy injections, and other health-related needs. There is no charge for routine services rendered in the Nave Infirmary.
For true, life-threatening emergencies occurring on campus, dial 9-9-1-1 to dispatch the local Emergency Response Team. Please remember to notify the dispatcher of the Geneva College extension from which you are calling.
Upon arrival to the Health Services Department, a nurse who will advise the proper treatment for the patient's medical complaint must first evaluate each patient. If indicated, the nurse may make an appointment with the physician. The nurse makes all doctors' appointments only after evaluation.
The relationship between you as a patient and any of the Health Services Department staff is strictly confidential. You are entitled to privacy and confidentiality, and to informed consent to the extent provided by the law. Information can be released only with your verbal or written consent.
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