Not Anymore is an interactive online program designed for community college students to prevent sexual assault, dating and domestic violence and stalking. (Access Code 14672)
Student Health Services fosters health and well-being by providing high quality, integrative health care and education delivered in a culturally competent and compassionate manner to support the academic goals and retention of our diverse students. A nurse and a Health Specialist provide assistance to students for injuries and illness care. Marriage and family therapist interns provide personal counseling by appointment.
Campus Services are provided by appointment and on a walk-in basis during regular office hours and include:
- First aid and minor medical services for acute injuries and illness.
- Over the counter medicine available at no cost.
- Health Education materials available.
- Tuberculosis screening (PPD) available on Monday and Tuesday by appointment.
- Physical exams provided for school program requirements by appointment only.
- Student accident, dental, and health insurance information available.
- Health counseling and preventive health education available.
- Referral to community medical resources when appropriate.
- Nurse on site for medical consultation on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday.
- Physician available by appointment only.
FIRST AID AND EMERGENCY CARE:
In case of serious injury or illness call 911. Then, if on campus, call Health Services (646-4017) and/or Campus Security (646-4099). Describe the problem and the location of the victim; stay on the line for further instructions.
Automated External Defibrillator (AED) located at Health Services, the Security Office (College Center), The Library and Technology Center (LTC), and Physical Fitness Department.
It is especially important for students to contact Health Services if:
- The student is injured on campus. Health Services handles first aid, injury/illness assessment, medical referrals, incident reporting, and insurance claims.
- The student has a limiting condition or health problem. Health Services needs to be aware of students on campus with specific health needs.