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Frequently Asked Questions

How do I take advantage of the services?

Just report to the clinic during regular hours. You’ll need to provide registration information (name, address, medical history, chief complaint) and present your student ID. Patients are seen on a first-come, first-served basis. Life-threatening emergencies are cared for first.

Can I get my allergy injections/medications through the Clinic?

If your family doctor has previously evaluated you for allergies and you are currently undergoing treatment, you may have these services at the Clinic. You’ll need to provide a prescription from your family physician. If you receive allergy injections, please bring your vial(s) of antigens and instructions on your first visit.  We’ll store these for you and provide the injections according to the physician’s directions.

What if I need care above what’s available at the clinic?

We will refer you to the appropriate resource, depending upon the need. This may include a referral to King’s Daughters Urgent Care Center, a specialist or family doctor at King’s Daughters Medical Center Ohio. If you have another preference, please let us know and we will accommodate your request.

KDMC Urgent Care is open 24/7/365 and is located on the hospital campus at 2001 Scioto Trail, Portsmouth. More information about the hospital and the urgent care can be found online at kdmcohio.com

Services available at KDMC Ohio include:

  • 24/7 Emergency Services
  • Inpatient Care
  • Surgical Care – orthopaedics and sports medicine; urology; ear, nose & throat; digestive disorders
  • Imaging services – X-ray, ultrasound, CT Scans, MRI, vascular testing, mammography, nuclear medicine
  • Heart care – cardiac testing and procedures, cardiologists, cardiothoracic surgeon,
  • Vascular/Endovascular services
  • Interventional Radiology
  • Laboratory Services

What should I do if I need help and the Health Clinic is closed?

If you feel your life is in danger or you are at risk of serious bodily harm, call 9-1-1 immediately. If the situation is urgent, call your family physician or go to King’s Daughters Urgent Care.

Are there charges for services through the Health Clinic?

Clinic visits and some medicines are provided at no charge to students.  There are charges for those tests that are sent to an outside laboratory.

Payment is expected at the time of service. We do accept many insurance plans, cash, credit card and checks.

Are the records of treatment I receive at the Clinic accessible to my family doctor back home?

Yes per medical records request.

Health Clinic

Contact Information

Health Clinic
James A. Rhodes Athletic Center
Room 118

Hours
10 am-3 pm Mon-Fri

(740) 351-4362

Closed on University-designated holidays

A service of King's Daughters Medical Center Ohio

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