Student Health Services

Health management and related services for Marian University students includes assessment and treatment of minor acute illnesses and episodic care for problems such as: respiratory infection, ear infections, sore throat, urinary tract infections, muscle strains, minor rashes, and minor lacerations. Additionally, health/wellness education, an important element toward optimal wellness, is emphasized.  There is a $10.00 copay for appointments with The Student Health Center PA:  Appointments with the MA (vaccines, blood draws, allergy injection) do not require a copay.  Patient health insurance is billed for services rendered.

Health Insurance

Marian University requires students hold active health insurance and to provide this information to The Student Health Center at the time of scheduling appointments.  The information required to bill the patient's health insurance is:

  • Patient first and last name
  • Patient date of birth
  • Health insurance company
  • Health insurance company claims mailing address
  • Health insurance customer service phone number
  • Member/policy holder number
  • Group number

Health management

  • Respiratory infections
  • Sinus and/or ear infections
  • Sore throats
  • Urinary tract Infections 
  • Muscle strains
  • Minor lacerations
  • Minor skin rashes

Common tests

Performed on site and can be billed to patient's health insurance

  • Strep test
  • Mononucleosis test
  • Urine analysis via dipstick test
  • Influenza A/B test
  • COVID 19 nasopharyngeal test 

Other services

Can be billed to patient's health insurance

  • Physical exams
  • Breathing treatments (nebulizer)
  • Blood and lab test

Immunizations and fees

Can be billed to patient's health insurance

  • Hepatitis A  $90 (each)
  • Hepatitis B $75 (each)
  • MMR $95 (each)
  • Varicella $145 (each)
  • Tdap $60 

Titers

  • Hepatitis A  $25
  • Hepatitis B  $25
  • Hepatitis C  $25
  • Varicella  $30
  • Mumps  $35
  • Measles (Rubeola)  $20
  • Rubella $25
  • MMR panel  $55

Forms of accepted payment

  • Cash
  • Credit Card
  • Debit Card
  • Health Savings Account Card
  • Flexible Spending Account Card

 

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