Health Services

Health Services

Health Services

Empowering students through health advocacy, preventative care and healthy lifestyles in a wellness centered model that promotes academic success

Health Service Portal

Any student experiencing an emergency should call 911 or contact Public Safety at 507-786-3666 for assistance.

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HOURS

HOURS

*There will be no provider appointments January 26-30th. Appointments resume January 31st. Students may use TimelyCare for virtual medical appointments. Our office will be open during regular business hours for questions and resources. Hours for acute appointments are Monday through Friday, 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM. Please call Health Service at 507-786-3063 to schedule an appointment or use the student health portal to self-schedule. We are located in the New Hall on the east side entrance. Health Service is closed on college holidays.

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WHO WE ARE

WHO WE ARE

St. Olaf Health Services is staffed by a nurse practitioner that can evaluate your concerns and answer your questions. Our team can help with student health symptoms, immunization compliance, coordination and referrals with other departments and local resources in the community.

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AVAILABLE SERVICES

AVAILABLE SERVICES

Student Health Service provides in person visits for a variety of services including basic first aid, short-term minor illness treatment, limited laboratory services, education and counseling for health conditions, and referrals to the local health community.

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TIMELY CARE

TIMELY CARE

TimelyCare is virtual medical care that is available 24/7/365 for immediate medical care with licensed providers.

 If you have questions about Covid-19 that are not related to needing an appointment in Health Service, please visit the St Olaf Covid-19 page for more information. 

Forms

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INFORMATION & RESOURCES

Students on campus who need emergency medical assistance related to COVID-19 should call Northfield Hospital + Clinics at 507-646-1494 or go to the Emergency Department if it is an emergency.
Per the CDC, oral antiviral therapy is now available for positive COVID patients who are at high risk for hospitalization.  Antivirals are most effective if taken as early as possible after a positive COVID diagnosis.  If you feel that you may benefit from antiviral therapy and are in the high-risk category, please schedule an appointment with Health Services to have an extensive medical history review and review of symptoms for evaluation of the appropriateness of antiviral therapy.

COVID-19

Updates