The Stoner Health, Counseling, and Disability Center provides the Heidelberg University full-time traditional and commuters students with a modern clinical facility and small pharmaceutical dispensary.
Located in Room 141 in the lower level of the Campus Center Building, the Health & Counseling Center provides accessible, caring confidential, high-quality health services to its student population. The Center strives to improve the well-being of the campus community and its environment by contributing to the optimal development of the individual. Its focus guides students to a realization of their potential by maintaining or restoring physical and emotional health and well-being though medical, education and counseling services. The staff empowers students to become knowledgeable health care consumers and assists them in making positive lifestyle choices while striving to protect the students’ personal rights and interests.
New Medical Records portal
All new students must complete their medical forms through the electronic medical records portal. A full list of required immunizations/vaccinations is available on Inside. Student-Athletes will receive an email with more information from the Athletic Training staff by July 6.
Hours of Operation
The Health Center is open Monday through Friday during Fall and Spring semesters when classes are in session.
Hours of operation are 7:15-4:00 PM Walk in clinic hours are Monday-Friday, 8:30-10:30 AM All other appointments can be made via phone. A walk in hour is available at the counseling center at 10 AM Monday-Friday or call to schedule an appointment with the counseling center.
Emergency Room Services
Students are encouraged to use the Stoner Health Center during the hours operation since non-emergency ER visits are often not covered by health insurance companies. If emergency services are needed when the Health Center is closed, the nearest emergency facility is located at Mercy Hospital of Tiffin (US 224, St. Lawrence Drive - Tiffin-Fostoria Rd.) in Tiffin, Ohio approximately two miles from the Heidelberg campus. Emergency services are available at Mercy Hospital 24 hours/day, seven days/week.
A small formulary for prescription medications, tuberculin skin tests and immunizations are available. In stock over-the-counter drugs are charged to the student’s account. Insurance or drug cards are not used at the Health Center. Non-formulary prescriptions may be filled at a local pharmacy.
The Health & Counseling Services Department in Stoner Health Center provides comprehensive medical and mental health services that aid in the assessment, treatment, prevention and promotion of health and wellness of Heidelberg University students, and on a limited basis for Heidelberg faculty, staff and retirees. The Center is committed to providing and facilitating growth in all dimensions of health through individual and group health services, counseling, education, programming and service.