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Medical Services

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Medical Services Include:

 

  • Short-Term Quality Care

    • Evaluation and treatment of minor illnesses and injuries
    • Physical exams for Mt. SAC academic programs
    • Tuberculosis (TB) testing and immunizations; routine blood and urine tests, and some over the counter medication; e.g. Tylenol, Motrin, are available.
  • Sexual Health Services

    • Routine gynecological and testicular examination, sexually transmitted infections screening, pregnancy tests, birth control pills, emergency contraception and condoms
  • Appointments

    • Required for most services.
    • Walk-in nurse visits available.
    • Fee required for some services; e.g. lab test, medication. CASH ONLY.
    • A fee will be charged if you: 
      • Arrive more than 5 minutes late to your appointment.
      • Fail to show for your appointment.
      • Cancel on the same day as your appointment. 


Who Can Receive Services?

    • StudentCredit Students
      • Credit students enrolled in one (1) credit course.
      • Mt. SAC Student Identification (I.D.) card must be presented at each visit.
      • Students who have dropped or withdrawn from classes are no longer eligible for services.
      • All students currently enrolled and attending credit classes are eligible to receive all services offered.
    • FacultyAdjunct Faculty
      • Adjunct faculty are eligible to receive limited medical services.
      • Picture identification, such as a Mt. SAC faculty badge or driver’s license, must be presented at each visit.
      • Adjunct faculty may receive services between hire and termination dates only.
    • Employee HandshakeEmployees
      • Employees are eligible to receive services funded by the District such as routinely-scheduled tuberculosis (TB) testing.
      • The Hepatitis B Immunization series is offered to employees identified by the Bloodborne Pathogens Program as high-risk for blood and body fluid exposure.
      • Picture identification, such as a Mt. SAC faculty or staff badge or driver’s license, must be presented at each visit.
      • Employees may receive services between hire and termination dates only.


If you are having a medical or psychiatric emergency call the Department of Police and Campus Safety at (909) 274-4555 or dial 911.

Additional Off Campus Resources

Policies

 

Non-Credit Students and visitors are not eligible for services.

  • Need Help? Crisis Text Line. Text "courage" to 741741

  • National Suicide Prevention Life Line: 1-800-273-TALK (8255)
  • In Crisis? Crisis Text Line. Text "HELLO" to 741741