The campus health services office is located in the Student Service Building (Heritage South). We strive to maintain and improve the total health of each student. Healthy attitudes and behaviors are encouraged so each student will be able to take charge of their own health, feel better, and be more productive.
All on-campus health services are offered free of charge to students. Medical records are the property of the campus health service office and are kept strictly confidential.
Services Available at No Cost
- Assessment of illness or injury
- Emergency care of illness or injury
- Some non-prescription medications
- Health care provider referrals
- Blood pressure monitoring
- Weight checks and diet consultation
- Immunization information and referrals
- Health education materials
- Counseling—listening post
Family Quick Care
The Cure for the Common Illness. Lincoln College has a partnership with Family Quick Care to provide a Virtual Medical Clinic on campus. It is located within the Health Service office. The service is available to all students and employees at a minimal fee. The common illnesses such as urinary tract infection, poison ivy, ringworm, bug bites, eye infections, bronchitis, sinus infections, flu, ear infections, & throat infections can all be treated within the Health Service office with the link with Virtual Medical Clinic.
For more information, contact Diane Stephenson, R.N., at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Lynx Cares program develops, facilitates and coordinates a college-wide program of care and support for students in distress. To make a referral, please visit our web site or call (217) 737-8785.
Student Health 101
Student Health 101 is an online magazine created for the college student. It is free to all students and parents. It covers many different topics each month.
Lincoln College Athletes
Any student who is or trying out for a competitive sport within the athletics program at Lincoln College are required to have a completed physical on file with Health Services. A physical is current for one year from the date. Physical forms are available for our students.
For more information or questions contact Diane Stephenson, R.N., at email@example.com.
International students must complete the required papers and have submitted to Health Services 15 days prior to their arrival to campus. International students are required to carry some type of medical insurance. The policy must be submitted to Health Services for approval of coverage 15 days prior to their arrival to campus.
For more information contact Diane Stephenson, R.N., at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Information on updates will be posted here as they become available.