A Nurse Practioner (NP) is available to residential students and CAS communters in need of minor healthcare services on campus. A NP can provide a higher level of care than a nurse, and can write prescriptions as appropriate. You can also gain seamless access to physician partners nearby on Providence Road at Sentara Family Medicine Physicians if additional care is needed. Please note - allergy shots can not be administered on campus.
Why should you visit the Health Center?
- Cold & Flu
- Ear Infection
- Sinus Infection
- Other Minor Injuries or Illnesses
When can I come and where do I go?
The Health Center hours are:
Monday : 12:00p- 4:00p
Wednesday : closed
Thursday : 9:00a-1:00p
Friday : 12:00p-4:00p
We are located in room 103 of Constitution Hall in the Regent Commons. No appointment is needed, so come on by! **Please check-in with the staff in the Commons Office.**
Contact us at 757.352.4953 or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
After hours/on weekends, there are options available to you:
Patient First located at 5489 Indian River Rd (757) 424-2490
They are open until 10 PM.
Providence Rd Sentara Family Medicine 5320 Providence Rd (757) 413-7900
They are open until 6 PM.
If it is an extreme emergency, call 911 or go to the emergency room at one of the hospitals:
Sentara Leigh Hospital is located at 830 Kempsville Rd - (757) 261-6000
Sentara Princess Anne Hospital located at 2025 Glenn Mitchell Drive - (757) 507-0000