Health Clinic | Langston University

Health Clinic

Health Clinic

The Langston University Health Clinic provides a range of immediate medical needs for LU students. The Health Clinic is staffed by a nurse practitioner and a licensed nurse who can professionally diagnose, treat, and prescribe medications as needed. Our range of services includes women's exams, diagnosis and treatment of common ailments, sexually transmitted infections (STI) and Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) testing, flu shots, and preventative education. No appointment necessary. All services are confidential and at no charge to students.

Students with chronic illness are encouraged to identify a specialty provider in the surrounding community to assist in monitoring their conditions. The Health Clinic is open 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday and is closed for lunch. Please arrive by 11:30 a.m. to be seen in the morning and by 4:30 p.m. to be seen in the afternoon. This time is devoted to caring for students with acute illnesses and injuries and to providing wellness exams. Health Services are available to all students for assessment and treatment of acute illness or injury, regardless of chronic health conditions.

If you need assistance in identifying a specialty provider in Logan County, please contact our office. Langston University Health Clinic partners with the Logan County Health Clinic, Mary Mahoney Memorial Health Center and Mercy Hospital Logan County in Guthrie, Oklahoma.

The mission of Health Clinic is to provide medical and nursing care to enrolled students at Langston University. The Health Clinic supports the educational process by providing services, guidance, and awareness to empower students to maintain optimal wellness.

We value the privacy of our patients. Because most of our students are adults, we will not discuss their care outside our office without their permission. You may view the Privacy Notice for details. Questions may be directed to our office at (405) 466-3335, or check out the Frequently Asked Questions section below.

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If you are having a medical emergency, please call 911 or go to the nearest emergency room.