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The CHW has a holistic focus on balanced living in regard to physical, emotional, spiritual, and relational health.
Location: Kline Building, 2311 East Main Street (between the Blackmore Library and Battelle Hall) Phone: 614-236-6114Fax: 614-236-6980Emergency: Call Capital University's Public Safety Office at 614-236-6666
Monday-Friday, 8 am to 4 pmServices are limited and subject to change during the summer. Call the CHW if you have questions or to schedule a medical, counseling, or disability services appointment, and leave a voicemail message if necessary so that we can call you back.
Monday, 8:30 am-6:30 pmTuesday, 8:30 am-8 pmWednesday, 8:30 am-5 pmThursday, 8:30 am-8 pm Friday, 8:30 am-3 pmSee below for specific medical and counseling hours.
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Capital University students enrolled in current semester coursework may seek medical appointments at no cost. We test for and treat a variety of illnesses including, but not limited to, strep throat, bronchitis, influenza, ear infections, skin rashes, and urinary tract infections.
Monday-Friday, 8:30-11:30 amWe are only able to accommodate a certain number of students during walk-in hours; therefore, you may be asked to schedule an afternoon appointment.
Monday, 1-6 pmTuesday-Thursday, 1-4:30 pmFriday, 1-3 pmHours may change, depending on holidays, school breaks or demand for services.
Capital University students who are enrolled in at least one Capital University course are eligible for free counseling sessions during that semester. The center is staffed by a board certified clinical psychologist and licensed professional clinical counselors. The center provides individual, relational and group counseling in addition to outreach programming and consultation services. Crisis counseling hours are available from 9 to 10 am Monday through Friday.
Schedule a counseling appointment by calling the CHW, or email Sherae Satterwhite, Office Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org. While all attempts are made to keep email messages confidential, the confidentiality of electronically transmitted communication cannot be guaranteed.
Law students may seek counseling services at the CHW, or at the Law School's counseling office. Please call, email, or visit http://law.capital.edu/HealthandFitness/ to make an appointment.
Monday, 10 am-6 pm (Bexley) 2 pm-6 pm (Law School)Tuesday, 10 am-8 pm (Bexley)Wednesday, 10 am-5 pm (Bexley) 2 pm-6 pm (Law School)Thursday, 10 am-8 pm (Bexley)Friday, 10 am-3 pmHours may change, depending on holidays, school breaks or demand for services.
Monday-Friday, 9-10 am (Bexley)
Students may request accommodations by providing documentation of their disability to the Office of Disability Services (ODS). The Disability Services Coordinator collaborates with students, professors, and advisors to aid in the implementation of services and accommodations approved for students with disabilities. Students with disabilities who wish to receive assistance/accommodations from the ODS are responsible for disclosing their disability to the Disability Services Coordinator.
Students requesting accommodations for physical, learning, or mental health disabilities should visit the Disability Services website. Contact Latesha Bigford at email@example.com for more information.
The mission for the Center for Health and Wellness is to provide a comprehensive array of mental health, medical, and disability related services that will aide in the assessment, treatment, prevention and promotion of health and wellness on campus.
Here at the Center, we do not write "doctor's notes" for class or examinations. Why? Because if you become ill on a Tuesday and miss classes, but don't come to see us until Thursday when you feel better, we cannot verify that you were sick at all.When you miss class or exams because of a visit to the center, we will ask you to fill out a Release of Information. Then, you will be asked to inform your instructor that you missed class or an exam because you were being seen here. The instructor may verify this by calling the CHW. The only exceptions to this are notes for work.
Students age 18 and older have a legal right to receive confidential services at the Center for Health and Wellness. Therefore, students must sign a Release of Confidential Information form if they would like anybody outside of the CHW (including their parents) to receive information about their health care (with exception for a health emergency). The CHW complies with the Family Education Rights & Privacy Act (FERPA).
Students age 17 and younger cannot receive medical or counseling services unless their parent/legal guardian signs a Consent to Treatment form.
If you would like copies of the Release of Confidential Information or Consent to Treatment sent or faxed to you, please contact the CHW.
Parents, if you have any concerns about your student’s well-being, we encourage you to contact the CHW, the Dean of Students office (614-236-6611), Residential and Commuter Life (614-236-6137), or Public Safety (614-236-6666).
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