required forms

fees and billing

Fees for services are charged to insurance, not student accounts. Be sure to bring insurance card and co-pay to all visits.

A place to promote wellness

A goal of EMU health services is to promote wellness and to encourage students to become responsible for their own health. The center sponsors preventive programs that address the various needs of young adults, such as nutrition, human sexuality, substance abuse, weight control, exercise and stress.

Contact EMU health services at 540-432-4308 or come by the Weaver Wellness Office Suite in University Commons, second level (see map).

Margaret Upton, EMU Health Center DirectorDirector Margaret Carr Upton is a family nurse practitioner who is qualified to assess and treat students with illness or injuries. She and her staff coordinate health care for students preparing for cross-cultural experiences, and provide comprehensive care for acute illnesses and women’s health issues. (Review the HIPAA policy)

Fees for health care services

EMU health services directly bills students’ insurance companies rather than charging student accounts. At the time of service, all students provide their insurance card and pay the co-pay that is associated with their insurance provider. Co-pays may be paid in either cash, check or with a credit/debit card.

Students need to bring their health insurance card to every Health Center appointment. Individuals without insurance need to pay at the time of service by cash, check, or credit/debit card.

Location and contact info

EMU health services is located on the second floor of the University Commons in the Weaver Wellness Suite (see campus map). Contact health services offices at 540-432-4308 or . Fax documents like immunization records to 540-432-4099.