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Student Discount

Students pay a reduced cost on Over-the-Counter medications at our Pharmacy.

#Backthebirds

Student Health Services will cheer on the ISU Mens Basketball team at the Missouri Valley Tournament

Vaccination

Students are strongly urged to receive the Gardasil 9 vaccination. Check out preventive medicine to get more information about the vaccine!

Nurse Consult

A registered nurse is available for consultation by phone or secure message. Read more...

Serving Students

Make an appointment with our Registered Dietitian, Lynne Frichtl, R.D. for questions related to food and nutrition.

Student Health Services

Hours

Medical Clinic/Student Health Insurance

Monday - Friday: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Pharmacy

Monday - Friday: 8:00 AM - 5:30 PM

Announcements

Student Flu Shots Available Now!

Students may call (309) 438-2778 to schedule their Flu Shot Appointments (while supplies last).

Interested in Learning More About Student Health?

If your department, student group, or organization is interested in outreach services to learn more about Student Health Services, please contact our new Marketing Coordinator, Emily Derege or at (309)-438-8258.

Immunizations

Immunization Requirements and additional information.

Pharmacy

Over-The-Counter items are now available to Illinois State University faculty/staff in the SHS Pharmacy.

The Student Health Services Pharmacy can now send patient's a text message when their prescription is ready. Sign up for Prescription Ready text messaging service today!!!

 

Student Health Services welcomes new physicians
Student Health Services is excited to announce the recent arrival of two new physicians: Dr. David Milligan and Dr. Janine Donahue. 
Student Health Services receives accreditation
Illinois State University Student Health Services (SHS) received another three-year accreditation from the Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care Inc. (AAAHC).  
Free flu shots help students stay healthy
Do you get a little nervous when the student sitting behind you in class starts coughing or sneezing? With cold and flu season upon us, it's important to take precautions to avoid getting sick. 

Emergency

If you have a life-threatening emergency, call 911 for ambulance transportation to a local hospital emergency room.

Student Health Advisory Board

The mission of the board is, first, to provide a forum for all students or other members of the ISU community interested in promoting the health-related issues on campus and to represent the student body. Read more about the Student Health Advisory Board.

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