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Due to COVID-19...
Any campus community member who requires the Health and Wellness Center's services must make an appointment in advance by calling 814-898-6217 or scheduling an online appointment to ensure COVID-19 prescreening—BEFORE you visit the Health and Wellness Center.
*** TELEMEDICINE IS NOW AVAILABLE ***
On-Campus Option: The Health and Wellness Center can provide on-site testing of individuals with COVID-like symptoms. If you are experiencing symptoms and need COVID testing, call 814-898-6217 to make an appointment before coming to the Center. You'll receive your test results at the time of your appointment. Please note that COVID testing done by the Center is not free; your insurance will be charged.
Penn State Behrend staffs two centers to care for students' health issues in an atmosphere of confidentiality and respect. The Health and Wellness Center (Carriage House) is located adjacent to the Reed Union Building and Senat Hall. The Health and Wellness Center (Burke) is located in the Burke Center in room 110.
Both centers offer medical care and treatment for most illnesses and minor injuries, as well as on-site laboratory testing and medications to evaluate and treat most illnesses. For questions about on-site treatment of temporary illness or management of other health issues, contact the Health and Wellness Center at 814-898-6217.
When the Health and Wellness Center is closed, call 911 for emergency response on campus.
Parking is available according to the College parking regulations. There is also one handicapped parking place in front of the Health and Wellness Center (Carriage House) and a convenient ground-level entrance with an automatic door opener and elevator.
For your convenience, we accept insurance from most major health insurers at both Health and Wellness Center locations. We request that you provide us with your insurance information prior to or at your first visit. Please check with your insurance company to verify coverage of services. You can also visit our website for complete details about the insurance process.
Immunizations offer safe and effective protection from vaccine-preventable diseases. The United States is experiencing the re-emergence of these diseases, in part due to factors such as unimmunized and under-immunized persons and global travel. University Health Services of The Pennsylvania State University strongly supports the use of vaccines to protect the health of our individual students and our campus community.
Please refer to Immunization Compliance for All Incoming Students for more information.