Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays from 11:00 am to 3:00 pm
Tuesdays and Thursdays from to 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm
The Campus Health Clinic is located in Buster Hall and is open to all Midway College students. Students in need of health services outside of clinic hours should go to a doctor or the hospital.
The college nurse maintains the college clinic to respond promptly to student health needs. The campus clinic is open during the academic year only. The clinic is closed for all holidays and major breaks in the academic calendar such as Fall, Spring, Winter, and Summer Breaks. The nurse is available for consultation and referrals, to administer routine medications and allergy shots, treat minor injuries and ailments, handle medical emergencies, provide educational health programs for students, and to administer tests. There is no charge to students for services provided through the student health clinic. The campus nurse also coordinates a bi-annual blood drive which is held on campus.
Other sources of health care providers in the area include hospitals, general and specialized physicians, local public health services, poison control center, crisis center and rescue squad with ambulance service. Students who receive treatment/consultation from providers other than the student health clinic are responsible for all expenses incurred. Students may obtain information pertaining to student health insurance in the business office.
Each residential student is required to submit a completed student health form prior to moving into the residence hall. Residential students are required to have received the following immunizations: tetanus toxoid, diphtheria, polio, and two doses of MMR. Certain programs and activities may also require commuter students to submit completed health forms, including documentation of immunizations, prior to registration or participation. For more information, please contact the Campus Nurse at (859) 846-5418.