Student Health Services

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Elms College’s Health Center assists students with health promotion activities and practices that contribute to life-long wellness. We are equipped to handle everything from seasonal illnesses and common health concerns to the management of injuries and significant episodic and chronic health issues.

Beyond the everyday visits, sports physicals and general medical care, we run programs in collaboration with Residence Life encompassing such topics as preparing for the cold and flu season, learning stress management techniques, drug and alcohol prevention, sexual assault prevention and making responsible life choices.

Location and Hours

We are located at 15 Gaylord Street in a stand-alone brick house on the edge of campus. The Wellness Center building houses the Health Center and Counseling Center together to focus on a complete, holistic, approach to health and wellness. Hours of operation are 8:30 am – 4:30 pm, Monday through Friday. Students with medical concerns after hours, on weekends, or on holidays should contact the Residence Life staff on duty or Public Safety.

Photo of the Brick House
15 Gaylord Street

Documentation Overview


General Information and Requirements
Nursing Student Information and Requirements

Required Medical Forms

  • Meningitis Form: PDF
  • Report of Medical History Form: PDF
  • Physical Submission: PDF
  • Immunization Form: PDF
  • Medical Information Release Form: PDF

Please submit all required medical forms to healthcenter@elms.edu

Required Training

Federally mandated prevention training: Drug & Alcohol Awareness and Sexual Assault Prevention: Complete online

Nursing Students and Student Athletes

Nursing majors: You must submit documentation of Tuberculosis Testing through 1 of the 3 options.

  1. Two PPD skin tests and readings, each test must be 1-3 weeks apart. PPD testing must at least 7 days apart and no more than 21 days apart.
  2. QFT lab work.
  3. Tspot lab work.

Athletes: Submit documentation of a urinalysis, a hemoglobin or hematocrit, and a sickle cell screening report.

Questions Regarding Student Health Insurance Plan

If you have questions regarding the Student Health Insurance Plan, please contact University Health Plans Inc. at 1-833-251-1728.

PARENTS, FAMILY MEMBERS, AND GUARDIANS

Students should contact the Health Center directly regarding questions about their health or medical records. A signed HIPPA release is required for the Health Center staff to communicate with any other individual. Please note that a signed FERPA release does not apply to Health Center interactions.