- Diagnosis and treatment of the full range of medical problems
- Evaluation of acute illness and injury
- Routine physical exams, athletic physicals, tests and screenings
- Ancillary services including laboratory, EKGs, and spirometry
- Sexual health and wellness services
- Immunizations (Flu, Hepatitis B, HPV, Meningitis)
- Travel Advice/Immunizations
- Allergy injections prescribed by allergists or home physicians
- Patient education and health promotion
Students are requested to make appointments in advance for non-emergencies, although walk-ins are accepted. There are nursing staff on site after clinic hours and at weekends with continuous medical staff on call coverage to deal with emergent problems.
Men’s Health Services are available for individuals seeking information, healthcare, and/or support.
Routine annual gynecological exams, contraceptive and general counseling, evaluation of menstrual problems and sexual health, diagnosis and treatment of infections, and pregnancy testing. Monday through Friday, 9:00 a.m.–12:00 noon and 1:00–4:00 p.m. during the academic year.
Diagnostic Testing and Lab Work
Some tests and labwork are performed on site (including EKG evaluations and spirometry testing); others are sent to an outside lab and are billed to the student or his/her insurance company. X-rays, MRIs, and similar diagnostic tests are arranged by appointment at local facilities.
Vassar College Emergency Medical Services (VCEMS) is a student run organization that is part of the Vassar Student Association (VSA). VCEMS is a National Collegiate EMS Foundation (NCEMSF) recognized EMS organization that serves all members of the Vassar College community and visitors to the campus during the academic year. VCEMS operates on weeknights from 5:00pm- 8:00am and on weekends from Friday 5:00pm-Monday 8:00am. VCEMS also provides extra coverage during large scale campus events. VCEMS response is through Campus Security by calling ext. 7333 (845-437-7333).
Diagnosis and treatment of sports-related injuries and conditions by three full-time athletic trainers in the Department of Athletics, working in cooperation with the team physician, an orthopedic specialist. In addition, the Health Service has an athletic trainer on staff to treat injuries and conditions related to club and intramural sports.
Outreach on a wide range of health issues--weight management, nutritional and eating concerns, smoking cessation, drug and alcohol issues, and sexual health.
Student Accident and Health Insurance Program
Accident and health insurance program designed specifically for full-time students of Vassar College. To obtain a copy of the insurance brochure or other insurance information, visit: www.gallagherkoster.com