Health Services Founder’s Hall, Room firstname.lastname@example.org 610.902.8400Fax: 610.902.8282
Physician by appointment
Whether you have a health emergency or would like to know more about personal health care, you can expect excellent care by the professionals in Cabrini College Health Services.
Our mission is to provide quality, confidential, age‑appropriate care that is accessible, affordable, cost‑effective, and culturally sensitive.
We support students in the pursuit of their academic goals and personal development through clinical health services and educational opportunities in health promotion and disease prevention.
All new full‑time undergraduate students are required to complete a physical exam and provide an up‑to‑date immunization record. A copy of your immunization form will be given to you for submission to your health insurance provider for reimbursement.
A registered nurse is available weekdays from 9:00AM to 4:00PM to provide emergency first aid, treat minor illness, and provide information and education.
In case of serious emergency, students are sent to area hospitals.
Students who are seriously ill when Health Services is closed are advised to call Public Safety at 610.902.8245 for an immediate course of action.
Norovirus Prevent the spread of Norovirus by washing your hands.
ZIKA Virus Many of our students will venture to exciting destinations over spring break. Currently, the Centers for Disease Control and World Health Organization have issued travel alerts for many parts of the world because of the recent spread of the Zika virus.
Zika is a mosquito-borne illness that causes flu-like symptoms in 1 out of 5 people infected with the virus. Symptoms include fever, rash, joint pain, or conjunctivitis. Other commonly reported symptoms include muscle aches and headache.
Illness is usually mild with symptoms lasting for several days to a week. Anyone experiencing these symptoms, after returning from a Zika area, should contact their health care provider.
For more information please visit www.cdc.gov/zika.
Welcome New Students - Tips Before You Arrive on Campus
Review your health insurance to be sure you know the company name, subscriber (owner of policy, e.g. parent, self), what your coverages are, and if you need referrals for specialists.
Please carry your insurance card to campus with you. If you do not have your own card, call the customer service number on back of card and request an additional card.
Make an appointment with your physician to be sure your physical can be completed in time.
Have your physician fill out the Immunization Record and double check that it is in compliance with Cabrini's requirements. If your physical cannot be completed because of insurance constraints until after the July 15 due date, please send the immunization record by the due date with a note when your physical will be completed.
Fill out the Health History form and send back with your immunization record.
Send a copy of front and back of your health insurance card with your paperwork.
Please read the PowerPoint Presentation for Parents and New Students.
If you are a transfer student and sent your health records to your previous university, you need not have a new physical. Ask your previous Health Office to send them to us along with your immunizations.
Please call 610-902-8531 or email email@example.com with any questions.
Susan M. Fitzgerald, RN, BSN Director of Student Health Services firstname.lastname@example.org
Madeline Danny, DOCollege Physician
Joanne MattioniSecretary610-902-8531 email@example.com