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Women's Health Service

If you have the student health insurance offered through the college

Charges for visits and birth control will be put onto your student account. The charge will show as “misc – health service.” You may request a copy of an itemized bill to submit to the insurance company for reimbursement.

Charges for prescription medication - You may obtain a prescription to fill at a local pharmacy. You will then pay a copay at the pharmacy. If the medication is available at the Health Service you may obtain it there and the amount (comparable to a copay) will be charged to your student account.

Charges for over-the-counter medications will appear on your student account as “meds – health service.”

Lab work - the Health Service will submit billing to your insurance company for you.

If you do not want your charges to appear on your student account – we will “hold” your bill for a period of one week. This bill will be paid by you directly to the cashier in Main Building. Please discuss this with your provider or nurse at the time of your appointment.

If you do not have the student health insurance offered through the college:

Charges for visits, birth control, prescription medications, and over-the-counter medications given out by the Health Service will be put onto your student account as “misc-health service” or “meds-health service.” You may request an itemized bill for submission to insurance. Our charges are significantly less than those incurred in a private practice. You may request a written prescription to fill at a local pharmacy if you would like.

If you do not want your charges to appear on your student account for visits or birth control – we will “hold” your bill for a period of one week. This bill will be paid by you directly to the cashier in Main Building. Please discuss this with your provider or the nurse at the time of your appointment.

Lab work – you will receive a bill directly from the lab (at the address you request at the time of your visit). You may then submit this bill to your insurance company.