The Student Health Service provides services to all enrolled undergraduate, graduate, and law students, whether students live on or off-campus. Each student must have a completed Health History form filed with the Student Health Service.
Services provided include:
- Evaluation and treatment of illness and injury
- Physical exams
- Women’s health examinations, STI testing, pregnancy screening, birth control counseling and supplies (including the morning-after pill)
- Dietitian counseling
- Travel medicine consultation and vaccinations. Information and advice on health risks in developing countries
- Routine vaccinations and allergy injections
- Laboratory testing
- Referral to off campus medical providers and specialists
- After hours nurse consultation service is available at 1-800-607-5501. Calls are taken from 4 PM to 8 AM Monday - Friday and 24 hrs. a day on weekends and holidays
Fees are charged for medications, vaccinations, dietitian consultations, laboratory tests and some medical procedures. There is no charge for office visits and consultations. Check with your insurance company to see about possible reimbursement, as Lewis & Clark charges may not be covered under plan. Student Health does not bill insurance companies but will provide a receipt for services.
You will need to register on the Health Information Portal to obtain copies of your receipts/statements to send to your insurance company for reimbursement.
All contacts between the patient and Student Health Service are considered confidential and are not released without the student’s written consent.
Mandatory insurance coverage
During the academic school year, all undergraduate and law students are required to enroll in the College sponsored health insurance plan unless, they complete the online waiver showing proof of comparable insurance coverage. Graduate students may enroll in the insurance on a voluntary basis. You can find out more about the student health insurance here.