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Health Services

Located at 521 Stanton Street

Phone: (618) 537-6503

Fax: (618) 551-2175

Appointment Hours:
Monday,Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday
   8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. with last appointment at 4:00 p.m.
   8:30 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.

Please note Health & Counseling Offices are closed June 1 - July 31

Health services includes assessment and treatment of common illnesses, injuries, and medical problems; health education and over the counter medications are available at no charge. The nurse practitioner is available to evaluate, treat and prescribe for illnesses as well as continuum of care such as refills of routine medications.

Walk-in patients are welcome. Book online appointments with Beth Allan | Patient Fusion

Confidential immunization files are kept in the Health Services Office.


* TB/PPD Immunization $10.00 

      * Physical Exam for participation at work/daycare $10.00

* Depo provera admin *Allergy injection admin *Rapid testing for flu, strep throat, UTI, blood sugar. Over the counter medications. ALL INCLUDED WITH YOUR HEALTH SERVICE FEE.

STI testing sent to Labcorp and billed to patients insurance. 



Grad/Masters program students do not pay the Health Services fee per semester therefore pay at time of service. 





       We are able to accept cash or check.



After Hours or Weekend Care

If you are ill/injured during the hours we are closed and do not feel your symptoms can wait until we open, please proceed to one of the ER or urgi-cares listed below:


St. Elizabeth's Hospital    Open 7 days a week 24 hours a day

1 St Elizabeth's Blvd.

O'Fallon, IL

(618) 234-2120


St. Elizabeth's Urgicare   Open 7 days a week 24 hours a day

1516 N Green Mount Rd.

O'Fallon, IL

(618) 624-3750


Memorial Hospital East    Open 7 days a week 24 hours a day

1404 Cross St.

Shiloh, IL

(618) 607-1000



Current Topics

• STD/sexually transmitted diseases

CDC Website


Confidential Medical History and Immunization Record

 Forms can be faxed, mailed or emailed to

Immunization Requirements

A state public health law requires that the immunization portion of the form be completed and signed by a physician and that all updates of necessary immunizations be noted. The law does not apply to students born before 1957. Students will not be permitted to attend classes or move into the residence halls until this requirement is met.”

Students may obtain their immunization records from their physician, high school, or university/college previously attended. If immunization records are not available then students must receive the titer blood test which shows proof of immunity to MMR and show proof of the DT booster received within the last 10 years.

**The new Illinois state law now requires proof of a meningitis acwy immunization on or after the age of 16.  If the first meningisitis shot was received prior to age 16 a booster is required.


Meet the Staff

Beth Allan, Nurse Practitioner 

Director of Health & Counseling Services
(618) 537-6502

Lesa Auten, C.M.A.

Certified Medical Assistant
(618) 537-6503