Please note, health services is not accepting walk-in appointments or meeting with students in person unless it’s deemed medically necessary. We are offering virtual office hours and telemedicine; hours and details below.
For health services questions and concerns, please Danielle Werner, campus nurse, at 717-749-6160 with any questions or concerns.
If you’re unable to reach health services or have an urgent matter, please call the 24/7 nurse advice line at 814-863-4463.
To schedule a virtual appointment or to report COVID-19 symptoms,
- 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday - Friday
- Phone: 717-749-6160
- Advice Nurse: 814-863-4463 (24/7 line)
- Email: [email protected] OR [email protected]
Virtual Drop-in Hours - beginning Oct. 7, 2020
- 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday
Drop-in sessions are offered on a first-come and first-served basis; appts. are limited to 30 minutes and can cover topics such as immunization compliance/submission, health issues and concerns, and COVID-19 concerns.
Telemedicine appointments are being handled by Dr. Peterson, our campus physician.
To confirm that your medical needs are appropriate for telemedicine, please contact campus health services at 717-749-6160 or [email protected] or the 24/7 advice nurse at 814-863-4463.
For COVID-19 updates and information, please visit virusinfo.psu.edu.
Call 911 or Police Services at 717-749-6070
The Health Center is located on the First Floor of Conklin Hall in Room 103, and it is staffed by our campus nurse Danielle Werner, RN. We also have physicians available by appointment only. Please feel free to contact Danielle Werner at 717-749-6160 or [email protected] with any questions or concerns.
More about health services:
- Immunization compliance
- Student health insurance
- Community and online resources
- Health topics
- Sexual assault resources
- Sports physicals
The Health and Counseling Service assures that all health care providers and supporting staff adhere to established ethical principles and codes of professional practice including patient's confidentiality, privacy, dignity, and informed consent. All medical and counseling records are held in the same strict confidence as in other health care settings. Although this high degree of confidentiality is often a concern to parents seeking information, medical and counseling information is released only with the student's written consent, or by a court-ordered subpoena.