The Health & Counseling Centers are located in The Medical Clinic.
|Phone||(517) 265-5161, ext. 4214|
|Walk-in Hours||Monday thru Friday, 9:00am - 11:30am|
|Appointment Hours||Monday thru Friday, 9:00pm - 4:30pm|
The Health Center is closed Saturday and Sunday, as well as during any holiday breaks that the residence halls are closed.
|Phone||(517) 265-5161, ext. 4518|
|Walk-in Hours||Monday thru Friday, 9:00am - 4:00pm|
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. Bixby Hospital and Herrick Memorial Hospitals are 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their personally identifiable medical files and have the right to correct or remove any inaccurate, irrelevant or out-of-date information.