STUDENT HEALTH SERVICES
Health Services is located in the Student Wellness Center, second floor South Morse Hall (enter via the west side ramp)
- Any student currently enrolled for the semester at Emporia State University, who has paid full-time student fees (campus privilege fees), is eligible for basic health services.
- The student health campus privilege fee for 2015-2016 is $74.29 per semester for full time students, $10.29 per credit hour for part time students and is collected as part of your enrollment.
- Families of students are not eligible to use Student Health Services but can find treatment on a sliding fee scale at the local Public Health Department (Flint Hills Community Health Center) nearby.
Overview of Charges
We can accept many major insurance providers, as well as the student health plan, so please bring your health insurance card (or a copy of it) with you to your appointments. Office visits with a nurse practitioner or physician will be $50 per visit. Students who are taking classes on campus, pay campus privilege fees, and have insurance will not have to pay more than $5 per office visit if their insurance does not cover the entire amount. Students who do not pay campus privilege fees (such as online students) will be responsible for paying any charges not covered by health insurance. There are also modest charges for pharmacy and laboratory services. Any balances due after insurance reimbursements (such as the $5) will be billed to your student account.
If you have questions about the cost of a particular service or about insurance billing, click on our health insurance link or call 620-341-5222 for information.
Confidentiality of Records
Student Health records are kept strictly confidential in accordance with state and federal law. No medical information is released without written consent from the student or a court order/subpoena. Exceptions to this may include emergencies or matters of public health as allowed by law.
Statement of Non-Discrimination
Emporia State University Student Health Services seeks to care for all patients without regard to age, race, color, religion, gender, marital status, national origin, handicap or disability, veteran status or sexual orientation.
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