A registered nurse is available Monday–Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. for evaluation and triage at the health center.
For after-hours sickness or emergencies- you should contact your resident assistant (RA), area coordinator (AC); or public safety (ext 6111) for immediate assistance. For medical emergencies call 911. The on-call practitioner’s telephone number to call for health care advice after hours and weekends is 717-867-4671.
A practitioner from Annville Family Medicine is on campus during the regular school days of the fall and spring semesters:
Monday–Friday 1 p.m.–3 p.m.
A nurse practitioner or physicians assistant will be in the Health Center Monday-Friday from 1 p.m–.3 p.m. during the fall and spring semester. Because the practitioners are only here a short time each day, appointments are necessary. Appointments are made after seeing one of the nursing staff. This initial nursing appointment helps gather all the background information necessary for the practitioner's appointment to go smoothly. It also gives the nursing staff an opportunity to recommend students go to the ER if the problem is urgent, or to follow standing orders for common ailments and over the counter medicines. If the nursing staff does not offer you a nurse practitioner's appointment, please feel free to request one if you think this is necessary
Please make an appointment Monday-Friday through the nursing staff at least one hour before the scheduled clinic time. If a student sees a non-College physician or is referred to another physician, needs a lab test, or is given a prescription to be filled at a local pharmacy, the costs must be paid by the student or by the student's insurance.