The Health Center is dedicated to promoting the Wheeling University mission for educational excellence and service to others by providing a holistic model of health care. The Health Center embraces diversity to create an environment that enhances appreciation of the abilities of everyone. The Health Center is a member of the American College Health Association to further strengthen health programming for students. The Health Center believes good physical and emotional health is essential to academic success and allows for learning at the fullest capacity.
Judy Bilyeu, R.N.-B.S.N.
Monday – Friday: 8am – 4:30pm
The Health Center is located in Acker in Room 204
The services offered aim to enhance self-care knowledge of illness and prevention. The Health Center provides healthcare resources internally and works as a liaison between external health care providers when needed. Services are available to students on a walk-in or appointment basis during office hours. The Health Center offers services of basic triage, minor first aids, availability of some over the counter medications, tuberculosis testing, influenza vaccination, and other low intensity services mostly at no extra charge. Students can come to the Health Center for an initial assessment and, if necessitated, a referral to Family Medicine Center or other local medical resources. Off-campus referrals to other medical providers will be the financial responsibility of the student.
Click here for more information about our Family Medicine Partnership with Wheeling Hospital.
Tuberculine Skin Test
Immunization shot that protects against Measles, Mumps, and Rubella
Combination booster shot that protects against Tetanus, Diphtheria, and Pertussis
Hepatitis B: $50
Shot that protects against Hepatitis B
Flu Vaccine: TBA
Available October – March
The Wheeling University Health Insurance Policy
All undergraduate students residing in campus housing and all full-time non-citizen ELI and international students are required to maintain medical insurance coverage. A copy must be submitted to the Med + Proctor WebSite before Orientation, so the student will be able to attend the first day of class. While the university Health Center will continue to refer students needing non-emergency off-campus medical care to off-campus facilities, the absence of proof of medical insurance may prohibit rendering of non-emergency off-campus medical services. All students are financially resposible for medical services provided by off-campus health care providers.
In the event of an emergency, first CALL 911 followed by PUBLIC SAFETY at 304-243-2486.
In addition, notify the Health Center at 304-243-2225 if during normal business hours for follow-up purposes. If outside normal business hours, notify Residence Life staff on duty through the appropriate residence hall duty phone number. All Residence Life staff are certified in American Red Cross First Aid and CPR annually.
What is an emergency?
An emergency is any illness/injury that is acute and poses an immediate risk to a person’s life- or long-term health. Examples include:
- Chest Pain
- Shortness of breath
- Unexplained severe abdominal pain
- Uncontrolled bleeding
- Chemical burns or eye injuries
- Rape/Sexual Assault
- Alcohol/Drug Overdose
- Suicidal ideations or attempt
- Violent behavior