Student Health Clinic's COVID-19 Information
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Welcome to the Student Health Clinic located in the Miller Wellness Center at South Dakota State University. We specialize in college health. We offer 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.
To be prepared for your visit to the Student Health Clinic you should:
- Bring your insurance cards
- Know all medications and doses you are currently taking.
- Know your medication allergies and sensitivities.
- Acute and Chronic Illness Management
- Injury Treatment
- Routine Physical Exams including School and Sport/Athletic Exams
- Allergy Injections
- International Travel Health Preparation and Immunizations
- STI Testing (Including HIV)
- Pregnancy Testing and Contraception
- Men's and Women's Health Exams
- MMR, Hepatitis A and B, Tetanus or T-Dap, Meningitis, and HPV
- TB skin testing
- Rabies pre-exposure (available with provider approval)
- Influenza flu shot
- Dietary lifestyle changes
- College weight gain
- Specialized plans for specific health conditions
- Disordered eating
Student Flu Shots
The Student Health Clinic charges for all services incurred at the clinic and will submit charges to your insurance. Examples of charges include: office visits, lab work, injections, physicals, and procedures. You will be required to provide a current copy of your insurance card at the time of your visit.
For questions about billing at the Student Health Clinic please see our insurance page.
211 Service Available
The 211 calling system is a helpline for health and wellness related topics. Individuals can dial 211 from any land line or cell phone for information on resources available from non-profit, social service, and government agencies within the community.
211 operates 24-hours a day, seven days a week, and is a free service. It is a project Brookings Area United Way and the Helpline Center in Sioux Falls have been collaborating on. More information on the 211 program and resources available can be found through the online database.
The mission of South Dakota State University Student Health Clinic and Counseling Services is to promote the health and wellness of the university community, to enhance student retention, and to support the academic and personal success of all students.
Student Health Clinic and Counseling Services will be recognized as an essential and accessible student-centered facility. We aspire to provide expanded services and opportunities within the university community.