For emergencies dial campus security at:
601-979-2580

WALK-IN-CLINIC HOURS

MON-FRI
8:00 A.M. TO 5:00 P.M.

For additional information, please contact us:
1400 John R. Lynch St.
PO Box 17097
Jackson, MS 39217
Phone: 601-979-2260
Fax: 601-979-9228
Email:
healthservices@jsums.edu


Services

• Alcohol and Tobacco Counseling
• Allergy Management
• Asthma Management
• Depression and Sleep Disturbances
• Diabetes Screening
• Emergency Contraceptive Counseling
• Evaluation of Male Genitourinary Problems 
       • (including prostates, hernias, testicular problems)
• Health Counseling and/or Information
• HIV Testing
• Hypertension Screening
• Influenza Vaccines
• Laboratory and X-Ray Referrals 
• Peer Health Education Program
• Pregnancy Testing
• Prescription Service and Information
• Sexual Assault Support
• STD Evaluations and Treatment
• Student Health Advisory Committee
• Treatment of Injuries and Illness
• Weight Loss Management
• Women’s Health Clinic

 

Other Services:

Women’s Health Clinic
Clinic is held on Tuesdays and Thursdays by appointment only in collaboration with the Mississippi State Department of Health, in which contraceptive services are provided. These services include medical interview, physical examination, and laboratory screening, along with a variety of contraceptive choices with education and counseling. Call 601-979-2260 for more information and/or an appointment. Pregnancy testing is also available without an appointment.

X-ray and Laboratory Services
Students requiring diagnostic x-rays are referred to one of the local hospitals or to a private clinic. Laboratory specimens for diagnostic testing are sent to  the Mississippi State Department of Health laboratory or to a private clinical lab for analysis with results within 24 hours. Call 601-979-2260 for more information and /or an appointment.

Prescription Service
A limited number of prescription medications are available at the clinic for dispensing by the physician staff.  There is a nominal charge for most medications.  However, some common cold preparations and analgesics are free. Any medications not available on site  may be obtained at a local pharmacy with a prescription written by our staff physicians or nurse practitioners.