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Health Center 575.835.5094

 

Welcome to NMT's Student Health Center!

The Student Health Center is a licensed medical office that is open full-time to students (full/part-time) and some dependents.

 Student Health also offers American Heart Association CPR and First aid classes the second Wednesday of each month. If you would like to attend a class you can sign up through this link

http://www.nmt.edu/registrars-office

Classes for the Fall 2014 are:

September 10th - CRN # 57004

October 8th - CRN # 57005

November 12th - CRN# 57003

Class time: 8am to 2pm

Class location varies call 575-835-5094 for information

After registering please pick up instruction manual from Student Health


 
Spring, Summer & Fall Schedule

  Monday - Friday

   8:00am to 5:00pm 

Phone: 575-835-5094

Fax: 575-835-5097
 
  The Health Center is located in Joseph A. Fidel center 1st floor enter through the NW side of the building.

 

What we offer:


♦ Physical examinations

♦ Cultures and lab work

♦ STD consultations and treatment

♦ Routine examinations

♦ TB test

 Some vaccinations

Asthma treatment

Services for dependents (of enrolled students)

Family planning

Referrals to specialist

Prescriptions

Walk in's are welcome!

If you are a new patient and wish to schedule an appoinment with the Nurse practioner please print and fill out this new patient form and bring with you to your appointment.  

New_patient_registration_form.doc

If you would like to turn in your immunizations record for us to keep on file please print and fill out the Immunization Record form below.

IMM_Request_Form.doc 

 
Medical conditions beyond the scope and capabilities of the Student Health Center will be referred to outside providers. Charges by outside providers (hospitals, physician specialists, etc.) are the sole responsibility of the student, as are charges incurred for laboratory procedures and medication. Optical, dental, and hospital services are not covered. Many chronic illnesses may be managed at Student Health during your educational stay at New Mexico Tech. Please feel free to stop by Student Health and discuss your options with the staff there.

Emergency transportation for the seriously ill or injured may be arranged through Campus Police (835-5434 or 911).

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