Student Health Centers
If you believe you have COVID-19 symptoms, have been exposed to someone who has tested positive for COVID-19, or if you have received a positive test from a non-Mercer health care provider, please call the Student Health Center hotline at (478) 301-7425. If prompted to leave a message, provide your callback number and a Mercer Medicine representative will return your call as soon as possible.
Campus Health is designed to provide quality healthcare and treatments for enrolled students who are actively attending classes at the university.
Urgent care services are available for faculty and staff.
Mercer University Campus Health is operated by Mercer Medicine, a subsidiary of Mercer University School of Medicine.
Campus Health manages two clinic locations. Call to make an appointment with our care team.
- Treatment of minor illnesses and injuries
- Medication and prescriptions as indicated
- Chronic illness management, or referrals as indicated
- Women’s health
- Lab testing, including for STIs and COVID-19
- Health education
- Physical exams
Students must complete the demographics form when coming to Campus Health for the first time and provide updated information once every year.
Student athletes must check with their trainers to obtain necessary forms prior to scheduling an appointment.
COVID-19 Surveillance Testing
Unvaccinated students are no longer required to undergo weekly surveillance testing.
Students who are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19 need to be tested, regardless of their vaccination status. Students who have been exposed to someone infected with COVID-19, may choose to be tested as well or wear a mask and continue social distancing, then get tested if any symptoms occur. Anyone choosing to be tested who has no symptoms or has not had an exposure will be required to pay $90 at the time of service.
Free COVID-19 vaccines are available through Campus Health for students, faculty and staff and community members who are at least 16 years old.
Make an appointment to get your COVID-19 vaccination during an upcoming Campus Health vaccine clinic.