Health Requirements and Services


In order to give proper attention to students’ physical and emotional health needs, the following policy will be observed:

A “Medical History & Immunization” form must be completed along by the student’s family physician prior to enrolling at Limestone University.  The health form should be returned directly to the Campus Nurse.  This information could be vital in the event of a medical emergency and is necessary before any student can use the University’s Health Center. State Law requires all students enrolled in public or private educational institutions to show proof of immunizations before enrollment. All students at Limestone should provide a copy of their immunization records as well to the Campus Nurse prior to the start of semester classes.

Our Health Center is required by law to protect the privacy of personal health information.  Upon request, the University will provide you with information about our practices.  For information on vaccines, medicines, and lab tests available in the Health Center, stop by to speak with the University Nurse.

The hours of operation for the Health Center at Limestone University are as follows:

                                  Monday – Friday       9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

Limestone University has a consulting physician, Dr. Todd Morgan.  For non-emergency situations, doctors’ appointments will be made on an as-needed basis after an evaluation in the Health Center.  If the nurse is needed after hours, she can be reached by a Resident Director (RD).

In case of an emergency, students living in a residence hall should report serious illness or injury promptly to an RA or RD and/or the Office of Campus Security; then the student should go immediately to the emergency room at Gaffney Medical Center or call 9-911.The University assumes NO responsibility for the charges incurred by the student for services rendered by the doctor or the hospital.

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