Student Health Services

Frequently Asked Questions

What are the hours of the health center?
Hours of operation are Monday – Friday from 8 AM – 5 PM. The Health Center will be closed all nights, weekends, interim periods between semesters and university holidays.

Health care is available at Cleveland Walk-In Care at the Cleveland Medical Mall on Hwy. 8 East Cleveland. Hours of operation are Monday – Friday from 8 AM – 11 PM and Saturday & Sunday from 9 AM – 6 PM.

Do I need an appointment?
No appointments needed.

Are Telemedicine appointments available?
Yes. The staff at University Health Center can assist on scheduling Telemedicine appointments. Call 662-579-0136 or 662-843-3606 to schedule a visit directly with a provider at Cleveland Walk-In Care.

If I have a fever, or infectious symptoms, should I come to the Health Center?
No. If you are experiencing fever or infectious symptoms, please call 662-579-0136 for instructions for care.

Can I get a referral to a doctor?
Cleveland Walk-In Care provides a seamless transition of care to a primary care physician at Cleveland Medical Clinic if needed.

Where is the Health Center located?
It is located across from Brumby-Castle Residence Hall, near the cafeteria, and behind the Student Union.

Who is eligible to utilize the Health Center?
University Health Center is available to the entire Delta State community as well as the general public.

Does the Health Center offer contraception?
Health Services does not offer any form of contraception. This may be available at the local health department.

Are my visits to the Health Center visits confidential?
No information will be released without a signed statement by the person receiving medical care.

Does the Health Center offer specialty services?
Health Services does not offer any form of Birth Control. This service is available at the local health department.

Does the Health Center offer lab work / x-rays / injections?
These services are referred to a local doctor’s office at the student’s expense.

What if I need lab work/x-rays/medication?
The team of medical professionals at Cleveland Walk-In Care are trained to deliver the specialized care you need. Each provider is an advanced practice registered nurse who is able to provide care to both children and adults by examining patients, reading test results, diagnosing illnesses, providing treatment and prescribing medication.

What about international students?
International students are required to have a chest X-Ray for tuberculosis. This must be completed after arrival in the United States at a local physicians office.

Where is Cleveland Walk-In Care located?
Cleveland Walk-In Care is located on 810 E Sunflower Road, Suite 100-I in the Cleveland Medical Mall.