Infirmary Charge

Students will not incur out-of-pocket costs for seeing the nurse or the medical representative at Student Health Services. However, there are certain items or services that may incur a cost. Any additional fee will be placed on the Student’s account as an “infirmary charge.” These charges will vary. 

In special circumstances, our office will purchase equipment for a Student that we do not normally have in-stock. In these circumstances, the full retail amount is put on the account of the Student that needed the equipment.

Current complete list of items and services that incur a cost within the Health Services office (Updated Spring 2019):

  • Over-The-Counter (OTC) Medicine and Supplies
    • Ankle Brace Leg Lace Lock
    • Anti fungal Cream
    • Armsling
    • Armsling Deluxe
    • Cepacol Lozengers (per 4)
    • Compression Sleeve
    • Dayquil Packs (per 2)
    • Ear drops (debrox)
    • Eyedrops
    • Eyewash
    • Finger Cot Padded
    • Hydrocortisone Cream
    • Hydrocortisone Cream
    • Knee Brace
    • Knee Sleeve
    • Lidocaine
    • Loratadine
    • Omeprazole
    • Orthodontic Gum Wax
    • Plan B
    • Sam splint
    • Tussin Cough
    • Tussin DM (Cough & Congestion)
    • Vicks Vaporub
    • Wrist Support
  • Prescription co-pay’s from Post Office Pharmacy
  • Vaccines
    • Hepatitis A
    • Influenza
  • Rapid tests
    • Mono
    • Pregnancy test
    • Strep
    • Urinalysis
  • During Clinic Hours, Physician’s may prescribe a Student a prescription drug that the office has inventory of. It is up to the Physician if they want to provide the Student with that inventory, or send the script to a Pharmacy. Check with Health Services to find out the price per tablet/capsule of the prescription drug; it could make more economical sense to get it from a pharmacy.

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Christine Brennan, RN, BSN

Bella Abbadessa
Office Manager
Phone and fax: 518-327-6319