American College Health Association (ACHA) serves nearly 3,000 individual college health and wellness professionals and leaders of all disciplines united together to advance the health and wellness of college students.
Do you have the common cold? Maybe you need a sports physical? Student Health Service is staffed with health care providers that can evaluate your concerns, answer your questions and get you on your way to be the healthiest version of yourself.
If you feel you have questions at all about any health symptoms, billing, immunization compliance, or just unsure of what to do please contact us. We are here to help. If you are instructed to come into the office, please access Health Services via the door off of the parking lot. Do not come through Somers Hall. Thank you!
More information on COVID-19:
Immunizations will be billed to your health insurance or charged to your student account. Visit the Immunization Requirements page for more details. The following immunizations are available:
Student Health Service offers a variety of exams and tests that are included in your Student Health Fee. Here are a some of the examination and test options we offer:
Counseling visits are included in your Student Health Fee. A counselor can refer you to a higher level of care if necessary.
If you don’t know if you should see the RN or the NP for your clinic visit please call us and we can determine what your needs are and who you should be seeing for your visit.
We encourage visitors to follow the guidance of the CDC for everyday preventive actions to help prevent the spread of respiratory viruses.
CALL FIRST-SPEAK WITH A NURSE
Somers Hall, Room 42
Phone: (218) 723-6282
Fax: (218) 723-5953
9 a.m.-2 p.m.
Closed the following dates:
Essentia Health Urgent Care
400 East Third Street
Essentia Health Nurse Care Line
St. Luke’s Lakeview Building
915 East First Street
MA, RN, FNP-BC
Lindsay Izzard, RN
Clinic Manager Registered Nurse
Inga Thompson, MA
Certified Medical Assistant