The Health Department collaborates with community agencies to provide health services on campus to more than 6,000 young adults attending Hawkeye Community College. Services include: primary health care; immunizations; women's health care services; mental health services; and prevention services for substance abuse (such as tobacco cessation, prevention education, evaluation, referral, and case management).
A new Student Health Clinic opened in January 2011 providing services to more students. It is located on the lower level and has its own entrance at the south west side of the building. It includes two examination rooms, a lab, a mental health counselor’s office, and a couple of nurse’s offices. The clinic offers FREE primary care services to students. There may be a charge for some immunizations and women's health services if grant funding is not available. Your insurance will be billed when possible to help cover costs, but you are not responsible for any remaining bill. If you do not have health insurance, you and your dependent children are still eligible for services.
Visiting the Student Health Clinic
Appointments are preferred, but walk-ins are welcome. Not all services are provided every day, so scheduling an appointment in advance is encouraged.
When visiting the Student Health Clinic, please bring the following: