Student Health Center

Be well. Feel well. Live well.

College life is busy – you don’t have time to be sick. 

Centrally located adjacent to the Bookstore in McMichael Residential Logo for OSF Healthcare Hall, the Student Health Center is fully staffed with a focus on college-aged care. Open 9am-1pm Monday-Friday, appointments are not required for student convenience. While classes are in session, there is no additional cost. (Note: the student health fee only covers services at our Student Health Center. If students receive care at another OSF facility, the student’s health insurance will be charged; students are responsible for charges not covered by insurance.)

OSF HealthCare staff can diagnose and treat:

  • Acute Symptoms — sore throats, colds, fevers, sinus symptoms, earaches, rashes, UTIs, minor injuries, etc.

  • Minor Lacerations including simple lacerations requiring sutures (“stitches”), sprains or strains
  • Behavioral Health

  • Chronic Disease Management —Diabetes, Asthma, ADHD, Allergy

  • Other - Physicals, Flu Shot Clinic, Other Vaccinations

The Student Health Center also has point of care testing available. (This rapid testing is done in the office with results provided while the student waits.) — COVID-19 (symptomatic students), Rapid Strep, Rapid Flu, Mono, Urine Analysis, Urine Pregnancy.

Need assistance or scheduling? Call us at: (309)536-6055, fax (309)536-6054

Any additional questions regarding our Student Health Center, please email us!

“Monmouth College will be a healthier and happier campus.” — Griffin Morrill ’21

Staff

  • Kari Bruening

    Main Provider and Nurse Practitioner, APRN-Monmouth College Health Clinic

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  • Amanda Segura

    LPN-Monmouth College Health Clinic

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  • Brixton Hunter

    Front Office Assistant-Monmouth College Health Clinic

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FAQs

  • Do I have to schedule an appointment?

    While appointments are encouraged and are given priority to be seen, we do accept walk-ins as well. To schedule an appointment at the Student Health Center, please call (309)536-6055, or use OSF My Chart to schedule an appointment.

    The Student Health Center is located on the main floor of T.H. McMichael Residence Hall, at 316 N. 9th St.

  • Who is eligible for services? Is there a cost for your services?

    All full-time students registered at Monmouth College are eligible for services. While the Student Health Center offers a variety of services at no cost, certain medical expenses such as prescriptions, x-rays, and any off-campus testing are the student’s responsibility. If the student has medical insurance, we will file any charges not covered by the student health fee with the student’s insurance. For students who have no insurance, please see “RELATED LINKS” in red on this page to find options for financial assistance.

  • Can someone else access my student health record?

    All health services records are confidential in accordance with Illinois law. Student records can only be released to a third party with a student’s written consent (done through the Student Health Center) except under specific circumstances (threat of harm to self or others, court-ordered subpoena, or child or elder abuse). Records will not be a part of the student’s academic record.

  • Do I have to schedule an appointment?

    While appointments are encouraged and are given priority to be seen, we do accept walk-ins as well. To schedule an appointment at the Student Health Center, please call (309)536-6055, or use OSF My Chart to schedule an appointment.

    The Student Health Center is located on the main floor of T.H. McMichael Residence Hall, at 316 N. 9th St.

  • Who is eligible for services? Is there a cost for your services?

    All full-time students registered at Monmouth College are eligible for services. While the Student Health Center offers a variety of services at no cost, certain medical expenses such as prescriptions, x-rays, and any off-campus testing are the student’s responsibility. If the student has medical insurance, we will file any charges not covered by the student health fee with the student’s insurance. For students who have no insurance, please see “RELATED LINKS” in red on this page to find options for financial assistance.

  • Can someone else access my student health record?

    All health services records are confidential in accordance with Illinois law. Student records can only be released to a third party with a student’s written consent (done through the Student Health Center) except under specific circumstances (threat of harm to self or others, court-ordered subpoena, or child or elder abuse). Records will not be a part of the student’s academic record.

  • Can the Student Health Center prescribe medication?

    The Student Health Center providers are able to prescribe medications, if needed. If a student has been prescribed medication prior to coming to Monmouth College, we encourage them to get enough refills to cover the semester.

  • Who do I call if I am concerned about the safety of a student?

    If you are concerned about the well-being of a student, contact Campus Safety at (309)457-3456

  • How do I seek medical attention after clinic hours?

    For medical concerns that are not an emergency, but the student feels they need to be seen before the clinic opens, OSF Specialty Clinics (309)734-1543 provides primary care and urgent care services, and is open Monday-Friday, 7am-6pm, and on Saturday 8am-5pm. *Note: this option is not covered by the student fee.


    In the event of a medical health emergency, the student needs to call 9-1-1 for an ambulance to take them to the emergency room. OSF Holy Family Medical Center (309)734-3141 is located in Monmouth close to campus, and is available 24 hours a day.