Arnold Health Services

Mission: Health Services strives to provide quality, accessible, comprehensive and cost effective health care that enables students to achieve their academic and intellectual potential. Cultural competency, social justice and the impact of global health issues are addressed and understood to be of concern to our students, parents, campus and community. We offer support to the student from admission to graduation with our goal to positively affect their future well being by encouraging the development of healthy lifestyles and sound medical choices. 

Health Services is available to all students at no charge.  

Our office is closed after 4:00 pm on Friday, May 28th, 2021 until 8:00 am on Monday August 2nd, 2021.
If this is an emergency please dial 911, or contact IWU Security at 309-556-1111.
If you have immediate needs for Arnold Health Services please contact the Dean of Students office at (309) 556-3111.
If you have health forms, immunization records, COVID test results, or COVID vaccination records you can scan them and email them to healthservices@iwu.edu, fax them to 309-556-3805, or mail them to Illinois Wesleyan University c/o Arnold Health Services PO BOX 2900 Bloomington, IL 61701.
If you have questions about Student Health Insurance, you can call the Business Office at 309-556-3022 or go to www.eiia.org/institution/illinois-wesleyan-university/

 

New and Transfer Students

These forms are required to be completed, signed, and returned by mail or fax to Arnold Health Services at Magill Hall-North Entrance, P.O. Box 2900 Bloomington, IL 61701 or fax to 309-556-3805, prior to your first day on campus.

Medical History and Immunization Record

All athletes must submit a current sports participation physical to the Athletic Department at 302 East Emerson Street, P.O. Box 2900, Bloomington, IL 61701 or fax to 309-556-3484. 

Here is the link to the IWU Sports Physical Form.

COVID-19 News 

Pause on Johnson and Johnson Vaccine  

Protocols for Students Who Test Positive and Close Contacts

Daily Self-assessment Symptom Tracking

Answers to Campus Medical Questions Regarding COVID-19

Helping Your College Student Through the COVID-19 Pandemic

What to do if you are sick with coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) (PDF version)

Cover Your Cough

Campus Updates Regarding Coronavirus

CDC Travel Information Related to The Coronavirus Outbreak

5 Tips for Personal Mask Safety

Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report - February 5, 2021

 

COVID-19 Student Health Insurance Information 

Student Coverages & COVID-19

BetterHelp Student Counseling Service Flyer

HealthiestYou Student Medical Service Flyer

 

Our Nurse Practitioner Can Provide:

  General:

  • Diagnose & Treat Common Illnesses and Minor Injuries

  • Order & Interpret diagnostic studies

  • Prescribe/Manage Medication Therapy

  • Make Referrals to Specialists

  • Limited STD testing in conjunction with McLean County Health Department. Contact Arnold Health Services for further instruction and information.

Women’s Health:

  • Treat Bladder Infections

  • Evaluate Vaginal Discharge

  • Birth Control and Limited STD Testing

  • Acne Treatment

Men’s Health:

  • Urinary complaints

  • Penile Discharge  Make Referrals for STDs

  • Testicular Lumps/Bumps

  • Limited STD Testing
  • Acne Treatment

Procedures:

  • Sutures ”Stitches”

  • Wart Removal

  • Foreign Body Removal

  • Burn/Wound Care

Hours: 
Monday - Friday  (No Walk-ins: Please call for appointment)
8:00am - 12:00 pm (last appointment at 11:30am)
1:00pm - 4:30pm (last appointment at 3:40 pm)

Magill Hall - Lower Level
(309) 556-3107
(309) 556-3805 (Fax)

 

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