The GSC Campus Health Center promotes the health and well-being of students in order to enhance their educational and professional experience. The Campus Health Center provides high quality and easily accessible health services and health education.
Services provided by the Campus Health Center include, but are not limited to:
- Cold/Flu Care
- Injury Assessment & Treatment
- Meningitis Vaccination
- Flu Vaccination (when available)
- Family Planning Services
- First Aid
- Minor Surgical Procedures
- Over-the-Counter Medications
- Low-cost Prescription Medications
- STD Assessment & Treatment
- Referral to Smoking Cessation Programs
- Counseling Referrals
- TB Testing
Frequently Asked Questions
Where do I go if I am not feeling well?
The Health Center is located on the first floor of the Alan B. Mollohan Campus Community Center in Room 140. The hours of the Campus Health Center are Monday—Friday 8:30 a.m.—4:30 p.m. As a current, registered student you have full access to all services within the Campus Health Center. Most services provided by the Nurse Specialist are free of charge to students. The Center is staffed with a full-time Nurse Specialist. Students should stop in to see the nurse for treatment or to be referred to a physician. The goal of the Campus Health Center is to make you feel better so that you can return to class. All of the over-the-counter medications dispensed to students are free of charge. The Health Center carries a limited amount of prescription medications. There is a charge for available prescription drugs.
What should I do if there is a medical emergency?
In the event of an emergency, students should be transported to one of the areas emergency departments.
Students should be aware that all costs associated with a hospital emergency visit will be their responsibility.
Stonewall Jackson Memorial Hospital
Minnie Hamilton Health Care Center
Braxton County Memorial Hospital
Director of Campus Health Services, Student Life
140A Alan B. Mollohan Campus Community Center