Your Medical Home Away From Home
The Medical Clinic is staffed with a full-time physician and registered nurse who are available to see you for most of your primary health care needs, similar to what you’re used to getting from your hometown clinic. From allergies & asthma, to cuts or sprained ankles, to mental health services—we specialize in students. We understand the unique needs of students and provide a welcoming environment for our diverse student body at LCU.
For your convenience, we are located on the second floor of the Mabee Student Life Building. Please call us at 806-720-7482 to schedule an appointment, and we will do our best to serve you.
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A list of immunization information applicable for students at various levels.
Please call for an appointment: 806.720.7482
The clinic is closed on weekends and during university holidays. Summer office hours may vary.
Treatment is available for acute illnesses and injuries as well as maintenance therapy for certain chronic conditions.
Minor procedures (e.g., ingrown toenail removal, wound suturing, removal of skin lesions) can be performed in the office.
The clinic is able to offer limited on-site laboratory testing, such as Strep, mononucleosis, influenza, urinalysis, and blood work. When x-rays or other diagnostic testing is required, the Medical Clinic staff helps coordinate these services at off-campus medical facilities. Referrals to specialists will be arranged as needed.
Mental Health Services
The Medical Clinic staff works closely with the LCU Counseling Center staff to provide a team approach for those experiencing depression, anxiety, or other mental health issues.
Allergy and Other Injections
If you will be traveling to a foreign country in the coming months, the LCU Medical Clinic can help you prepare for your trip by researching your destination and gathering the information you need to ensure your trip is successful. It is very important to check your immunization history to make certain you are up to date on all routine immunizations. Other possible medical needs may include prescriptions, such as preventive medicines for malaria, motion sickness, or altitude sickness.
If possible, make your appointment several weeks or months before your trip. The World Health Organization (WHO) advises travelers "...to consult a travel medicine clinic or personal physician 4-6 weeks before departure if the travel destination is one where exposure to any vaccine-preventable diseases may occur."