New Patient Forms for Health Services

Corona Virus Reporting

Student Health Insurance Verification

Health Services

Please be aware of the following modifications to on-campus health services, beginning Monday, January 9, 2023:  
⦁ Physician visits are by appointment only (see hours below). Space is limited. Appointments can be made by emailing or calling 513-244-4949 and will be filled on a first-come basis.
⦁ No walk-in visits will be accepted at this time. Nurse visits are currently unavailable.  
⦁ No class notes will be provided by Wellness Center staff, except for COVID-19-related absences. (Campus physicians and Timely.Care providers can provide class notes for other illness-related reasons.)
⦁ COVID-19 testing, TB skin tests, and vaccinations remain available by appointment only. Appointments can be made by emailing or calling 513-244-4679.
No modifications have been made to the Mount’s 365/24/7 telehealth and telecounseling services through Timely.Care. This telehealth and telecounseling service is FREE for all full-time students and includes around-the-clock access to diagnose and treat numerous physical ailments. To access Timely.Care, visit Part-time students also have access to Timely.Care for a $75 fee.
The Mount is extremely fortunate to be centrally located near many other healthcare service providers that are accessible to students for a fee, including: 
⦁ The Little Clinic in Kroger on Delhi Pike: (book a visit online!)
⦁ TriHealth Priority Care on Glenway Avenue: (reserve your spot online!)
Health Services Pricing:
Physician Appointment - $10.00
Physical exams - $20.00                                                         
Immunizations- at cost (call for current pricing)
   Hepatitis B
   Tetanus-Diptheria-Pertussis (TDaP)
   Flu shots are available from September through April for $20.00.
TB skin tests (1-step and 2-step)- $10 per step
Doctor's Hours (Fall & Spring Semester): By appointment only
Tuesdays 12-1 pm, Wednesdays 12-1 pm, Fridays 12-1 pm
Note: The physicians are not available during the summer months.

Prescription Drugs

Prescription drug abuse causes the largest percentage of deaths from drug overdosing (Over 22,000 a year). Part of our mission is to spread awareness about drug abuse of prescription drugs. Our website offers free information of a range of drugs and medical products that can cause serious addiction, injury, or even death. Learn more at this link.
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Public Health Links

Visit the CDC's website for more information about the monkeypox virus.This flyer also provided a quick snapshot of the disease. Monkeypox-flyer-08032022.pdf

Visit our local health department website for more information about disease outbreaks and resources available to residents of Hamilton County.

Immunization Information for College Students

Get your questions answered! John's Hopkins Medicine provides easy to understand information about the COVID-19 vaccines.

COVID-19 Vaccines: Myths vs Facts

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Please note - We can accept a printout from the doctor's office or clinic in lieu of this form. Please email completed forms to or fax them to us at 513-244-4594


Temporary Illness

If a serious, but temporary, medical condition, or pregnancy or pregnancy related condition, results in a student anticipating missing more than one week of class (consecutive class sessions), the student may request temporary modifications of the requirements listed within the class syllabi during the period of this illness, injury, pregnancy or related condition. 

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The attached form should be completed by the student's treating physician and returned to the Health Services Manager. Forms can be faxed to Health Services: 513-244-4594. For questions, please call the Health Services Manager at 513-244-4408.


After Hours Medical Options

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Self care information