Weigel Health Center recognizes the unique needs of female students and offers a wide variety of services especially for women. We are available for any problems or questions, for students that are sexually active and also for those not sexually active. These services are available to any current student. Strict confidentiality is maintained in care and treatment.
Some health issues of particular relevance to women:
Routine women's health exams - Which may include STI testing and at 21 years or older, a PAP smear.
Breast awareness: Breast awareness
Pregnancy testing- Please come to appointment with a full bladder.
STI Screening & treatment - Please come to appointment with a full bladder and not heavily menstruating.
Colposcopy - Not heavily menstruating.
Birth control - To start, refill, or change prescription, and any questions concerning the medication.
Emergency contraception - Please know date of last menstral cycle. Also come with a full bladder. Appointment can be made up to, four days following sexual encounter. (As of July 1, 2017 Emergency Contraception (Plan B, Econtra) Weigel Health Center will no longer have FREE Emergency Contraception. Please make an appointment with a clinician to discuss your options.
HIV testing - by appointment Rapid HIV 1& 2 test (free test), or via Blood draw (needs an apointment with clinician). (Blood draw will be sent to your insurance)
GYN Problems - Vaginal discharge, rashes, UTI's, yeast infection, breast/nipple/areolar issues, and many other womans heallth issues and questions,
How Much does it Cost: The laboratory tests, x-rays, and prescriptions are submitted to the student's health insurance. Copays and deductables are the student's responsibility. The college requires full-time students to carry health insurance. Part-time students may enroll during open enrollment.
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