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Faculty + Staff Clinic

Faculty + staff can access ESU Health Services

Faculty + Staff Clinic

Faculty and staff at Emporia State University can access ESU Health Services for minor health care needs. Provider visits for faculty and staff focus on the treatment and care of minor health conditions, immunizations and laboratory services. The health center is in-network for State of Kansas health insurance. Services will be billed to patient's health insurance.

Common health conditions that Health Services can help with:

  • Coughs, colds, sinus and ear discomfort
  • Pink eye
  • Minor cuts, bruises and abrasions
  • Sexually transmitted infections
  • Bug bites, stings and domestic animal bites
  • Acute sprains and strains
  • Immunizations, including COVID boosters
  • Travel health (work-related)
  • Laboratory services (based on your primary care provider's order)

Appointments + hours

Initial appointments may be made by calling the Student Wellness Center at 620-341-5222. Lab-only hours are from 7:30-8:30 a.m. Monday-Friday. The Faculty and Staff Clinic will run from 8:30-11:30 a.m. Monday-Friday in 205 SE Morse. Appointments are required.

Frequently asked questions

Is this service free?

No. Charges will be billed to the patient's insurance.

Will I need to pay a co-pay?

Yes. Co-pay will be due at the time of service.

Do you take HSA cards?

Not yet. Co-pays can be paid by check until we are able to take HSA or debit cards.

Do you take Tricare, Medicaid or Medicare?

No. Health Services is NOT in-network for Tricare, Medicaid or Medicare and will not file insurance claims to those entities. If you have Tricare, Medicaid or Medicare as an insurance carrier, contact your primary care provider about available healthcare options. ESU Health Services is committed to working with patients' primary care providers to deliver exceptional continuity of care.

Can I just drop in?

No. Appointments must be made by calling 620-341-5222.

Can my family members been seen by ESU Health Services?

No. This service is for benefits-eligible faculty and staff at Emporia State University.

Will my information stay private?

Yes. The faculty and staff space is separate from the student spaces and student employees won't be used to check-in ESU employees. All information is private and secure. No information will be given to HR or supervisors without written permission from the patient.

Can I be seen for a work-related injury?

No. The health center cannot provide assessment, care or treatment of injuries that have occurred at work or in any way relate to workers compensation. If you have a work-related injury, consult with your on-campus supervisor or Human Resources for next steps.