The Student Health Clinic is located in the Miller Wellness Center at South Dakota State University.
We specialize in college health, offering high quality primary care services.
We understand today's college students and are committed to assisting with your healthcare needs. If you wish to make an appointment please call 605-688-4157.
- General Medical Care
Acute and chronic illness management
Mental health services including:
- Sleep disorders
International travel health
- Sexual Health
- Oral birth control
- Natural Family Planning
- Rapid HIV testing
Annual preventative physical
Well woman exam
- Athletic training
- Early childhood
- Hepatitis B
- Tdap or Tetanus
- Medication Administration
- Lab Services
Labs ordered by our providers
- Common lab test ordered include but are not limited to: strep, influenza, COVID, thyroid testing, complete blood count, lipid panel, comprehensive metabolic panel
Kit collections – “Be The Match,” Mayo clinic, etc.
Titer blood draws such as hepatitis B and varicella that may be required for certain health related majors and can be performed on a standing order.
Meet Your Service Providers
Janae Jacobsen, Certified Family Nurse Practitioner
Janae Jacobsen, began her employment with South Dakota State University (SDSU) Student Health Clinic in 2012.
She earned her Bachelors of Science in Nursing Degree from SDSU and received her Masters of Science in Nursing in Family Nurse Practitioner specialty from SDSU in 2012.
Janae has worked in the healthcare field for over 14 years. She is board certified through the American Association of Nursing Practitioners and is a member of American Association of Nurse Practitioners (AANP).
Mary Beth Johnson, Certified Women’s Health Care Nurse Practitioner
Mary Beth Johnson began her employment with South Dakota State University (SDSU) Student Health Clinic in 2015.
She earned her Bachelor of Arts Degree in Nursing from Luther College in Decorah, Iowa in 1980, and earned a master’s degree in nursing from the University of Minnesota in nursing education and clinical nurse specialist in 1996. She then completed a post-masters as a women’s healthcare nurse practitioner in 1996.
She has worked in labor and delivery, postpartum, newborn nursery, neonatal intensive care, family planning, and gynecology. Her roles have been bedside nurse, nursing instructor, clinical nurse specialist, lactation consultant, and women’s healthcare nurse practitioner. Mary Beth is certified through the National Certification Corporation (NCC) and is a member of the Nurse Practitioners in Women’s Health (NPWH).