New Patient Forms for Health Services

Student Health Insurance Verification

Health Services

We are excited to announce that the Mount’s Wellness Center will be providing expanded services in partnership with Tri-Health, the largest primary care network in the Greater Cincinnati region, beginning with the 2023-2024 academic year. 

This new approach to the Mount’s Wellness Center is aligned with the institution’s “student-first” services model.  TriHealth staff will have the autonomy and expertise to provide global outpatient evaluation and treatment for all full-time students on the Mount’s campus, including but not limited to:

  • Sick visits;
  • On-site prescriptions for many medications;
  • Many required immunizations;
  • Referrals for off-campus intensive and specialized medical care;
  • Preventative care programming; and, 
  • Significantly increased hours of service availability for students.
Please visit the newly updated Wellness Center website at: for additional information about services and resources.

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

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 or call 513-244-4623.


Self care information

Off-Campus and Local Community Providers

Are you seeking counseling for yourself or a family member and need information about providers in the community?  For your convenience, the staff in the Wellness Center have compiled this summary of off-campus providers.  Mental Health Referral Resources.pdf

You are encouraged to contact your insurance company to find out if these providers are covered by your insurance network.

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