Illinois Wesleyan
Health Services

Contact Us

Magill Hall Exterior.  The Health Service entrance is located along the North side of Magill Hall.

Please call first to make an appointment.  We are currently not taking walk-in appointments. During your initial call you will be asked the following questions:

1. Have you had a known exposure to a person with COVID?

2. Have you been in or traveled to an area of high contamination of COVID?

3. Have you participated in gatherings of greater than 50 people with lack of social distancing or wearing of masks?

A POSITIVE screen occurs when a student presents with one or both of these symptoms:


Shortness of breath

AND/OR student has at least two of the symptoms below:

Fever (100.4F (37.9C) or higher)


Sore Throat

Congestion or runny nose

New loss of taste or smell



Muscle or body aches

Nausea or vomiting


If screening is NEGATIVE for COVID student will make an appointment.You will be advised to come to the North door of Magill Hall and ring the doorbell, to the right of the door, ONLY ONCE. At the time of your appointment the RN or APN will meet you at the door, repeat the above questions, and take your temperature. You will then be taken to the waiting room to fill out the intake form for your appointment.  We ask that you use the wipes in the waiting room to wipe down the computer when you are done and wear your mask at all times.

If screening is POSITIVE for COVID student will make an appointment.  You will be advised to come to the West door of Magill Hall and ring the doorbell, to the left of the door, ONLY ONCE.  The RN or APN will meet you at the door following protocols above.  You will be taken directly to an exam room for intake process.


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

If this is an emergency, please call Illinois Wesleyan Campus Safety at 309-556-1111 or 911.


Arnold Health Services
Magill Hall - North Entrance
Post Office Box 2900
Bloomington, Illinois 61702-2900
(309) 556-3107
Fax (309) 556-3805


****We are experiencing an unprecedented amount of calls and emails. If you are experiencing symptoms of illness please call us at 309-556-3107. You are important to us and we are working hard to get through to everyone as soon as possible.****


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Victoria Folse, PhD, APRN

Executive Director of Health Services

Contact: (309)

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Terri Beard, BA

Administrative Specialist IV -Office Coordinator

Contact: (309)


About Arnold Health Services

Arnold Health Services is located on the ground floor of Magill Hall with the entrance on the north side of the building. Office hours are 8 a.m.-12 p.m. and 1 p.m. -4:30 p.m. Monday thru Friday. A Certified Nurse Practitioner is available to administer medical services in collaboration with the University Medical Director.

Health Services offers students basic accident and health care with appropriate medical consultation and referral to the student primary health care provider or a local professional for advanced care. Emergency first aid is available for all university guests. There are no charges for services rendered in Health Services.

Immediate health care after hours is available at local hospitals and urgent care clinics. Please be aware of your personal insurance plan requirements if you choose to seek non-urgent care at a location other than Illinois Wesleyan University Health Services or your primary physician.

In case of emergency call 911 or IWU Security at (309) 556-1111. Students residing on campus may also contact the Resident Assistant or Hall Director on call. The City of Bloomington Fire & Rescue charges a minimum of $250 for transportation to a local hospital.

Intercollegiate athletes with athletic injuries should contact Health Services staff or the University Team Trainer for medical care, appropriate referral and assistance regarding the University Athletic Insurance plan.

Students employed by the University, who have work related illness or injury, are required to contact Health Services for immediate care, appropriate medical referral and assistance with insurance issues.

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