IMPORTANT MESSAGE FROM HEALTH SERVICES
At this time, Health Services is unable to provide direct student care however, the office remains available to support students via phone or by email Monday through Friday, 8:45am - 4:45pm. We encourage students to continue to contact the department with questions, reporting positive COVID results, athletic and health related program clearances, immunization questions, etc. Individuals needing to submit paperwork may do so through the Health Services portal, or can use the drop box found outside the Health Services office door. In addition, the student self-care station, is located outside of the office door in Building 3, Room 165.
Your health, safety and well-being are important to your academic success. MCC Health Services staff, including registered nurses, are available to help you via telehealth (remotely) and in person.
MCC Health Services serves students who take classes at MCC's Applied Technologies Center, Brighton Campus, Downtown Campus and Public Safety Training Facility.
- MCC Health Services is not a substitute for your own health care provider who knows your health conditions best. Students may be referred back to their own care provider to ensure continuity of care.
- Beyond the MCC Health fee, there is no fee for services performed in our office. (You will be responsible for the cost of lab tests and referrals.)
- Health insurance coverage is not required to receive care.
Our office is located on the first floor of the R. Thomas Flynn Campus Center on the Brighton Campus, close to the bus stop at the back of campus. Students are required to complete a Health Services Screening Form. Bring the completed form with you to your appointment.
- Treatment for minor illness/injury
- MMR and Tdap vaccines
- TB tests and clearances for all athletic and health programs
- Short-term loans of medical equipment
- Health education
MCC adheres to state and county requirements to help stop the spread of the coronavirus. Do your part and stay healthy and safe by observing these guidelines: