Siena Heights Health Clinic
Welcome Siena Heights to the Student Health Clinic. The Clinic is now open. See below for hours. If you are ill, you can call the Clinic to schedule an appointment, or after hours you may stop by the Welcome Center for advice and over-the-counter medications that may be helpful.
The SHU Health Services Clinic is committed to taking special care of students by providing quality and accessible medical care. Offering collaborative health services enhances and ministers to the physical, emotional, and psychological well-being of our students. By providing these services, the health clinic helps students maintain their health so they can achieve their educational goals. Emmy Chelagat Choge, OP, MSHP, RN is the Director of Student Health. The health clinic is available to all students and offers primary medical care. Services include “sick” (acute) visits, preventive care, immunizations ( for example influenza), health counseling and referrals to outside providers. Clinic visits, as well as most treatment options, are free of charge for students.
While the threat of Coronavirus still exists, the Student Health has made—and will continue to make—significant changes to our operations to safeguard our community. We are committed to keeping us safe this fall and we will have access to COVID-19 testing for all students as needed when it is needed.
As a reminder, the primary signs and symptoms of the coronavirus are fever, cough, shortness of breath, muscle/body aches, vomiting/diarrhea, and a sudden loss of taste or smell. Symptoms can range from mild to severe illness, and appear 2-14 days after you are exposed to the virus that causes COVID-19.
If you are having any of the symptoms listed above it is important you self-isolate in your room immediately and call the Student Health Clinic or Safety. You will be directed from there as to the next steps in your care. If you find your roommate is positive for symptoms you must self-quarantine immediately and contact the Student Health Clinic or Safety.
Seek medical care immediately by calling 911 if someone has emergency warning signs of COVID-19. • Trouble breathing • Persistent pain or pressure in the chest • New confusion • Inability to wake or stay awake • Bluish lips or face
Please keep in mind most illnesses (even Coronavirus) do no require hospitalization. If you think you have a fever, take our temperature and monitor for additional symptoms. If you do have a fever or other COVID-19 symptoms, just remember you need to self-isolate and contact Nurse Emmy at 264-7190 during clinic hours (see below for hour and after hours please contact Safety.
- Clinic located in Ledwidge 180.
- Call to make an appointment, or just come during regular hours.
- Phone: 517-264-7190
- Fax: 517-264-7756
- Email: echoge1@echoge1
Hours of Operation;
Mon, Tues, Wed and Fri: 0830-1700.
Sat, Sun, and public holidays: CLOSED