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Health & Wellness Center

Student Medical FormThe Health and Wellness Center provides medical and mental health services to all full-time traditional undergraduate students (TUGS) enrolled in the university. The HWC staff works as an integrated treatment team to provide quality care. While medical and counseling information is confidential the staff may at times discuss aspects of care with other members of the treatment team in order to provide the highest quality of services. In an emergency situation, the HWC staff may refer you to another clinician or hospital; vital information may be shared with these health care providers.  It is not necessary to have Queens student health insurance to use the HWC. While most services are free of charge, any costs incurred can be paid at the time of service or billed to the student account. Although appointments are encouraged, walk-in visits will be accommodated when possible.

Medical Services:

In addition to general medical care for acutely ill or injured students, available services include:

  • Routine physical or gynecological examinations (fee for service)
  • Contraception services
  • Free pregnancy testing
  • Confidential STD and HIV testing
  • Routine immunizations (fee for service)
  • International travel consultation and immunizations
  • Laboratory testing on-site or through LabCorp laboratories
  • Referral to a network of physicians and treatment facilities in the Charlotte area
  • Educational programming and outreach

Mental Health Services 

The HWC offers individual counseling, group counseling and referral to a network of specialists, including psychiatrists and treatment facilities in the Charlotte area. Counselors also provide educational programming and outreach to the Queens community. Counselors are licensed in the state of North Carolina and are capable of addressing the general mental health concerns that may present while in college. These concerns may include the following:

  • Adjustment to College
  • Stress and Anxiety
  • Body Image / Self-esteem
  • Depression
  • Family Conflict
  • Relationship Concerns
  • Sexual Concerns / Rape
  • Abuse
  • Sleep or Appetite Disturbance
  • Suicidal Thinking/crisis counseling
  • Grief
  • Learning how to support family and friends in crisis
  • Alcohol / Drug abuse
    Phone: 704 337-2220
    Fax:     704 337-2333
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