Mt. San Antonio College VESL Career and Life Planning. Health Services BY Hector Pestana Martina Bustos Alicia Valadez Maria Sandoval October 16, 2012. Student Health Center Home. Hours of Operation Fall & Spring Semesters - PowerPoint PPT Presentation
Mt. San Antonio College VESL Career and Life Planning
Mt. San Antonio CollegeVESLCareer and Life Planning
BY Hector Pestana Martina BustosAlicia ValadezMaria Sandoval
October 16, 2012
Student Health Center Home
Hours of Operation
Fall & Spring Semesters
Monday - Thursday: 8 a.m. to 7 p.m.Friday: 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Summer & Winter Intersession
Monday - Thursday: 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.Friday: Closed
Closed Weekends & Holidays(909) 274-4400
Who can receive services?
Credit StudentsAdjunct FacultyEmployeesNon-credit Students and VisitorsWhat services are available?
Medical ServicesPersonal CounselingChiropractic ServicesHealth Video LibraryHow to receive medical servicesI, or someone I know, is at risk of severe bodily harm or death and in need of immediate medical attention!On Campus: Call Public Safety (909) 274-4555Off Campus: Call 911Know someone in trouble?
Ulifeline (http://www.ulifeline.org/mtsac/)(on-line college mental health resource)24-hr Suicide Hotline1-800-SUICIDE (784-2433) OR 1-800-273-TALK (8255)National Sexual Assault Hotline1-800-656-HOPE (4673)
National Domestic Violence Hotline1-800-799-SAFE (7233)National Child Abuse Hotline 1-800-4-A-CHILD (284453)National Elder Abuse Hotline1-888-436-3600Veterans Counseling and Health ResourcesPersonal CounselingHow do I make an appointment?Click here for personal counseling appointmentsClick here for chiropractic appointmentsClick here to make an appointment for the health video libraryHow do I cancel or reschedule an appointment?Please call at least 24 hours in advance to cancel or reschedule an appointment. Failure to do so will result in a "NO-SHOW" fee. You may leave a message on our voicemail, 909-594-5611 ext 4400.What if I am late to my appointment?Those who arrive late may or may not be seen, depending on the Health Center's schedule. A late arrival may also result in a "NO-SHOW" fee.Can I bring someone with me?In most cases, family and friends must wait in the Health Center lobby. Please do not bring children with you. Children may not be left in the lobby unattended. Please arrange for child care accordingly.Can my family or friends who do not attend Mt. SAC receive services?Please click here to see who is eligible to receive services.What does it cost to receive health services?It is free to see the doctor, nurse practitioner, nurse, chiropractor, and counselor. Low-cost medication and lab tests are offered. You are advised to bring $30 for any anticipated laboratory tests. Fees for physicals and routine laboratory tests, such as Pap smears, must be paid in advance. ONLY CASH IS ACCEPTEDHow much time should I allow for an appointment?We strive to keep everyone on time; however, there are times when emergencies occur. Please allow at least thirty minutes to one hour for each visit.Why do I have to pay the health fee?For this answer, click here to read the Health Fee "Frequently Asked Questions" information.What does my health fee cover?For this answer, click here to read the Health Fee "Frequently Asked Questions" information.Frequently asked questionsDo I need health insurance in order to use your services?No. Students DO NOT need health insurance to access our services. Utilization of our services is paid through the student health fee.What if I am under 18?If you are under 18 years of age your parents or guardian must consent for your care, except in special circumstances. For more information, call the Health Center and ask to speak with a nurse.Where do I park?The closest student parking areas are LOT F and LOT H. Parking in the meter and visitor stalls is not recommended. Do not park in the employee parking stalls, you will be ticketed. Employees may park in the lot behind the Student Health Center (67B), LOT D or the north corner of LOT F.What is a two-step TB test?The two-step TB test may be required by your program. The two-step TB test involves two TB skin tests, one to three weeks apart. The two-step TB test takes 3-4 appointments to complete.Educational EventsFall 2012 Schedule of Events2012 Health fair: Oct. 17, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Bldg. 67BThrive in College Workshops
Birth Control Methods
General Health Issues
Sexually Transmitted Infections
Womens Health Issues