The Health & Counseling Centers are located in The Medical Clinic.
A wide range of services are available on campus including medical exams and physicals, common laboratory services, short-term prescriptions, influenza vaccinations, and wellness education. There are instances when a student may be referred to an outside medical facility for further evaluation. Appointments are strongly recommended. In order to maintain proper social distancing and allow adequate time between appointments for cleaning, we ask that you please schedule an appointment to be seen by the Nurse Practitioner or Licensed Counselor.
Walk-ins will not be permitted at this time. Schedule an appointment here.
All appointments will be conducted via telemedicine with the HIPAA-compliant platform, Doxy.me. Students will receive an invitation to join the telemedicine visit via email before their scheduled appointment. If any student desires additional privacy during their virtual appointments, they can request access to a private office location where they can set up their own technology (laptop, phone, etc.) using the instructions on the PDF below. We thank you for your cooperation and we look forward to working with you!
COVID-19 testing is available on campus for students who have symptoms of COVID-19 and/or have been exposed to the virus and are in quarantine. Call the Student Health Center at 517-265-5161 ext. 4214 to be screened by our clinic medical assistant and schedule a testing appointment.
|Phone||(517) 265-5161, ext. 4214|
|Appointment Hours||Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.|
The clinic is closed on the following:
- When Adrian College has emergency closure
- Labor Day
- Thanksgiving Break
- Winter Break
- Martin Luther King Jr. Day
- Good Friday
- Summer Break
The Health Center is closed Saturday and Sunday, as well as during any holiday breaks that the residence halls are closed. The Health Center sees students for many illnesses such as cold & cough, acut injuries, allergies, vomiting, diarrhea, and general health concerns.In addition to physical illness, the health center can assist in referral to counseling services on campus as well as off campus.
Prescriptions & Medications
The medical provider of the Adrian College Student Health Clinic, Emily Kist, is a Board Certified Family Nurse Practitioner. This qualifies her to provide office medical care and exams and to prescribe medications as needed. Students may choose to pick up prescribed medications from pharmacies surrounding campus.
The Health Center is also here “just to talk” to students about any issue having an impact on their health and wellbeing. We are able to assist students with timely referrals t to other campus or community medical and/or mental health programs or services.
Counseling Services are provided on campus with our licensed professional counselor, Kellie Berger. You can make an appointment online or by calling the clinic.
Students attending Adrian College are responsible for their own health insurance coverage, as the College does not provide health insurance coverage for students. It is strongly recommended that students verify they have coverage through their parent/guardian insurance plan or purchase such coverage directly with an insurance carrier. Students may visit sis-inc.biz for available health insurance options.
Students must be seen in the Health Center to be referred for an appointment to a local physician. Students using their family insurance for coverage must be aware of their coverage in Lenawee County, Michigan. Please check with your insurance company for a list of physicians in Lenawee County who will accept your insurance.
Also, remember that unless a student has access to a vehicle, physicians in neighboring towns may be inaccessible to them. ProMedica Charles and Virginia Hickman Hospital is not considered providers for anything except emergency care. Students covered under the Adrian College Health and Accident Plan underwritten by Hylant, are accepted by area providers.
All Health Services records are confidential. Safeguarding students’ medical information is not only a legal requirement, but also an important ethical obligation. No one will have access to health records without the written consent of the student, including their parents/guardians, if the student is of legal age (18 years or older). Information from a student’s health record will not be disclosed except in cases of extreme urgency where there is an obvious “need to know”, such as in cases of injury to themselves or others or as required by law. Students have the right to access their personally identifiable medical files and have the right to correct or remove any inaccurate, irrelevant or out-of-date information.
Other Medical Service Providers in the Area
Adrian Urgent Care:
715 North Main Street
Adrian, MI 49221
9 a.m.-9 p.m. 7 days a week
ProMedica Charles and Virginia Hickman Hospital:
5650 N. Adrian Highway
Adrian, MI 49221
Lenawee County Health Department:
1040 S. Winter Street Suite 2328
Adrian, MI 49221
Mon-Fri 8 a.m.-12 p.m. and 1 p.m.-4:30 p.m.