The King's College Student Health Center is committed to providing compassionate care and support to promote the health and welfare of every patient.  It's mission is accomplished by giving sensitive care to the whole person. The health center focuses on the acute care of the medical condition with integration of the physical, psycho-social, and spiritual needs of the person. The center affirms the importance of the patient in the health care decision-making process.

The Student Health Center Hours are Monday through Friday 8:30-4:30 during the academic year.  A registered nurse is available during this time beginning August 1st. Provider hours are posted weekly through email communication and are as follows:

Monday (Doctor) 1:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m.; Tuesday (Physician Assistant) 12:30 p.m.-4:30 p.m; Wednesday (Doctor) 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.; Thursday (Physician Assistant) 9:00 a.m.-11:00 a.m.; Friday (Physican Assistant) varies.

The Student Health Center provides the following confidential health services to all full-time students that have the required health forms on file: Evaluation of illness or injury; Select prescription and OTC medications; Nebulizer treatments on site; Health care information; Physical Examination for specific requirements (excluding initial matriculation exams and sport clearance exams); Medical supplies loan program; Medical referrals to local specialist; Allergy injections; BP checks; Tuberculin screening tests (PPD); Weight monitoring; Mono testing; Blood glucose testing.

The Student Health Center maintains a limited formulary of prescription and non-prescription medications.  If we do not have a needed medication, the student will be given a prescription to take to the pharmacy of his/her choice.  Students may need to call the pharmacy in advance to determine the cost and to arrange payment.  If a student has prescription coverage through an insurance carrier they should be aware of which pharmacy accepts the insurance and should have the prescription insurance card available.  Students are responsible for the cost of medications obtained at an outside pharmacy even if the medication is prescribed by a student health center provider.

To contact the Student Health Center: Email studenthealth@kings.edu; Call 570-208-5852; Fax 570-208-8394.

Required health forms for the King's College Student Health Center and the Athletic Training Department for all new incoming students, international students, student athletes, and transfer students is through the student health portal. Students must log on to the portal using their King's College user name @kings.edu and password. It is the same user name and password used for online testing, academic advisement and to access King's email.  The address is http://kingscollege.studenthealthportal.com.