Protect the Hive: COVID 19 Resources at the Student Health Center
Student Health Center at Kalamazoo College
The Kalamazoo College Student Health Center welcomes and provides free or low cost confidential healthcare for all students who are a part of our campus community. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion (creed), gender, gender expression, age, height, weight, pregnancy status, national origin (ancestry), physical abilities, mental abilities, socioeconomic status, genetic information, marital status, sexual orientation, health insurance status, or military status. Our Mission is to provide exceptional service and to educate and empower students toward lifelong health.
Schedule an Appointment
Please call the Student Health Center to be screened for an appointment at 269-337-7200. Be sure that your MyChart is active. To provide the best quality healthcare, appointments can last 20-45 minutes, please plan accordingly. If you cannot keep your appointment, cancel the appointment as soon as possible so that another student may be seen. Failure to keep an appointment without prior notification may result in a charge to your student account.
The Student Health Center is unable to take walk in appointments at this time. Please call 269-337-7200 for screening.
During the academic year for Winter/Spring 2021:
Monday – Friday
10 AM-3 PM
Emergency and After Hours
- For life-threatening emergencies, call 911
- For urgent issues, call Campus Safety 269.337.7321
- If you need to speak to a resident doctor on call at the Family Practice Clinic at WMed 24 hours a day, you can call 269.337.6500. Be sure to identify yourself as a Kalamazoo College student.
For more information, visit our Resources page.
The confidentiality of your visit and your medical records are essential to providing the highest quality health care. Visits to the Student Health Center are confidential and are completely separate from the rest of your Kalamazoo College records.
The Student Health Center uses Epic Electronic Medical Records. This involves separate but integrated healthcare providers, delivering healthcare together, and sharing personal health information for clinical care services and related healthcare operations and activities. Only authorized individuals may access and use protected health information in Epic. Registered nurses, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, physicians, and consultants giving direct care may read and enter data on a chart. All staff sign a confidentiality form. Those employees with access to medical information shall respect the doctrine of confidentiality and not divulge any information contained in the medical record unless they are authorized to do so by the student.
Your medical records or any information about you may only be released with your authorization by submitting the Records Release form, except in certain cases specified by law. Healthcare providers are required by law to report certain communicable diseases. We may also release information in aggregate for research, public health, and safety issues or to your health insurance for specific billing purposes.
The links provided on this site are for educational or informational purposes only. The goal is not to provide medical advice or to replace the assistance of a trained healthcare professional. Please convey issues, questions, or medical concerns to your healthcare provider.