About Us

General Information

Campus Clinic Health
Crisp Hall, Room 101
651-2270

Through a partnership with Southeast Health; Registered Nurses, Licensed Practical Nurses and Nurse Practitioners provide health treatment including physical exams, laboratory services, immunizations and allergy shots, medical procedures, prescription services, special equipment needs (ice packs/crutches); well-women exams and assessment and treatment of illness/injuries for Southeast Missouri State University students, faculty, and staff from 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM, Monday through Friday, when the University is in session. The Campus Health Clinic is closed Saturday’s, Sunday’s and Holiday’s.

After hours
Health services are provided through ER express at Southeast Hospital Emergency Department, charges will apply, and services cannot be billed to your student account.

Billing
The Campus Health Clinic will bill insurance for students and faculty seen at the Campus Health Clinic. Students without insurance will be billed through their University student accounts. For students without insurance, they may fill out an application for the “Financial Assistance Program”. If the student is 18 years or older, the application will be based on student income only.

  • Registered Nurses/Licensed Practical Nurses:provide walk-in health care for students, no appointment needed. Nurses may perform TB skin tests, urine pregnancy tests and laboratory work. May be paid at time of service or billed to student account.
  • Family Nurse Practitioner:allergy shots, treatment for illnesses/injuries, infections, STD’s, depression, sprains and strains, and well-women exams (pap & pelvic exams).
    • By appointment; charges may be billed to student’s health insurance and/or student’s university account.
  • Laboratory services available, billed to student’s health insurance and/or student account.
  • Over-the-counter medications available for purchase; may be paid for at the time of purchase or billed to the student account.

If a student is seen by a registered nurse and symptoms require further treatment/evaluation, the student will be informed that they have the option of being further evaluated by the nurse practitioner. If the student agrees, charges based on the Southeast Hospital Physician’s LLC  fee schedule will be billed to the student’s health insurance and/or student account.