Mansfield Campus Clinic

For all Medical Emergencies, call 911 or go to the nearest Emergency Department.

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Location & Phone Number

  • Ground Floor - Spruce Hall
  • 570-662-4350
Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Tuesday and Friday8:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Self Care Handouts

Self Care Unit Contains

  • Tylenol (Acetaminophen) - by request at front desk
  • Antibiotic ointment
  • Adhesive bandages
  • Condoms (limit 2 per student visit)

The FREE Self-Care Unit is still available for your convenience.

Web Portal (Medical Record)

  • The Web Portal is where you will find access to your secure on-campus medical record and is used for completing required medical forms, viewing and printing copies of your billing statements and immunizations and messaging the health center staff.

  •  For detailed instructions on how to log in and access your Web Portal, please open the tab below “How to Access the Web Portal (Medical Record)”

Having difficulty accessing the Web Portal?

  • Especially MAC users, try using Firefox, Internet Explorer or Google Chrome.
  • Please allow 7 to 10 days after payment of your deposit of acceptance before trying to access your web portal.

WEB PORTAL LOGIN

A fee will be charged for On-site prescription medications and treatments, On-site lab testing, TST testing and immunizations

Make a Student Health Center Payment

  • Click “Student Health Center Payment”
  • Click “Health Center Payment” product
  • Enter payment amount
  • Click “Add to Cart”
  • Click “Checkout”  (there are no promotional codes)
  • Enter Buyer Information: Student First and Last Name, CU ID#, Date of Birth and Email Address.
  • Click “Continue”
  • Do not register, enter email and Check out as Guest

OR...

  • Enter your email address (for receipt purposes) and select “Checkout as Guest”
  • Enter Payment Method and required Information
  • Click “Continue” (payment can be made with credit/debit card)
  • Review Order (Window will appear - contact information can be edited at this time).
  • Click on “Submit Order”
  • Order Receipt will display and can be printed and an email is generated.
  • Print email for your records.

Campus Clinic Resources

  • Clinical Services and Testing
  • Same-day appointments with Nurse Practitioner
  • Acute illness/injury care
  • Physical exams
  • Convenient on-site prescription medications
  • Depo-Provera and Administration
  • Emergency Contraception
  • Free STD clinics
  • X-ray and Lab referrals
  • Crutches available
  • Suture/Staple removal
  • On-site Lab tests:
    • Rapid Covid-19
    • Rapid Strep Screen
    • Urinalysis
    • TB (TST) skin testing
  • If you are ill and unable to attend your classes, please read and follow the Course Syllabus regarding class absence policy.
  • If a professor requires documentation for your illness absence, call the Campus Clinic on the same day you missed your class. We will provide further direction.
  • After an evaluation with Campus Clinic medical staff, the student may request a “Verification of Visit”
  • If you are evaluated by a medical provider outside of the Campus Clinic, ask for a “doctor’s note” to show to your professors.

Extended Medical Illness (EMI)

  • An EMI is a formal notice sent over CU Succeed by the Campus Clinic staff if three (3) or more consecutive days of missed classes are due to an illness or injury.
  • Contact the Campus Clinic for more information.

The Campus Clinic will not give out any information regarding your medical situation to anyone: family, professors, friends, or even other health care facilities, without your written consent. Professors may not call the Campus Clinic to obtain any information on your medical absence. Please refer to the CU Notice of Privacy Practices document in your Web Portal for more information.

Student Support Offices

Student Wellbeing and Health Promotion

Alcohol and Other Drug (AOD) Prevention and Intervention Services

Home Medication Management

  • The Mansfield Campus Clinic will not store, administer personal medications nor accept mailed packages or medications that belong to students.

Mailing medications to campus

  • Use Fed Ex, UPS, USPS, DHL, etc.
  • Address package as follows:

Student First and Last Name
Your assigned building mailing address and Mailbox # (DO NOT USE YOUR ROOM #)
Mansfield, PA 16933

  • If signature is required, Mail Services will sign for it
  • Students will be notified via email from mailservices@mansfield.edu to retrieve a package from mail services. Packages are not available for pick-up until this email notification is sent.
  • Packages not picked up within 14 days of receiving the email notification will be returned to sender.

Special Note

  • The Mail Room are closed on weekends and holidays.
  • Refrigeration services are available until pick-up.

Storage of Refrigerated Medications (i.e. injectables, insulin)

Condoms

FREE condoms are available at the campus clinic office. Stop in and pick-up! Also available in the Pride Center, Women’s Center and Title IX office.

Depo-Provera

Depo Injections are administered at the Campus Clinic, but are not prescribed. Please call for more information.

Birth Control Pill

Prescription birth control pills are not prescribed

If you are interested in discussing birth control options, please contact your PCP, Laurel Health Center

Emergency Contraception

Emergency Contraception (EC) is available at the Campus Clinic. Please call for an appointment and for more information. EC is also offered at the following locations near the campus: CVS, Walmart and Rite Aid or visit the Plan B One-Step website.

EC is most effective if taken within 72 hours (3 days) of unprotected intercourse.

Sexual Assault

Refer to the Title IX web page for many resources.

STD Testing Clinics:

SelectPlan for Women

  • Application required.
  • Services include: health exams, routine health screenings and birth control methods. Education, family planning counseling and referrals to other health care providers and social services.

Need a copy of your medical records or medical information sent to another facility? 

Please read the following information carefully:

  • Per PA State Law, medical records are kept for a minimum of seven (7) years from the last encounter date before they are destroyed.
  • Current students may view and print a copy of your immunization record via — Health Center Web Portal.
  • In order to release your medical records, you must complete the Medical Records Release Form (* This form is not intended to be used as a blanket release form).
  • Fax your request to the SHC at 570-389-3417 or mail your request to:

CU-Mansfield Health Service

Mansfield University Health Services
Spruce Hall
125 Clinton Street
Mansfield, PA 16933

Questions? Please call the Campus Clinic at 570-662-4350.

Meet the Providers

Medical Director

Dr. Lee Myers

Nurse Practitioners

Lori Perry MSN, CRNP

Registered Nurses

Luann Morgan LPN

Clerical Staff

Faith Bulkley

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Leadership & Support