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Contact Info
Health Services
604 E. College Avenue
North Manchester, IN  46962
Office: 260-982-5306
Fax: 260-982-4138
healthservices@manchester.edu

 

For appointments or medical questions please call
260-982-5306.

E-mails may not be answered immediately. 

Frequently Asked Questions

General Questions · Health Forms · Insurance Questions

General Questions

 

What does it cost to see the nurse?
There is no charge for an evaluation by the nurse.
Where is Health Services located?
Health Services is located on the first floor of Calvin Ulrey Hall.
What are Health Services hours to see the nurse?
The nurse will see patients by appointment only. Please call 982-5306 to make an appointment.
How do I contact Health Services during summer months?
The office is closed during June and July; however e-mails are typically checked once a week. If you need an immediate response you may contact Student Development at 260-982-5052.
What if I am ill after hours during the academic year?
If you are ill after office hours you may contact the Student Health Assistant on call at 260-901-3123 or call Campus Security at ext. 5999 or 911 in the event of an emergency.
What is a Student Health Assistant (SHA)?
SHAs work under the supervision of the Director of Health Services and are considered part of the Student Development student staff. SHAs are on call from 5 p.m. until 8 a.m. on weekdays and from 5 p.m. Friday until 8 a.m. Monday on weekends. SHAs understand, follow, and sign the statement of confidentiality upon beginning employment with Manchester University Health Services.
How do I contact a Student Health Assistant?
The SHAs are on call from 5 p.m. to 8 a.m. during the week and all weekend when classes are in session. They can be contacted by calling 260-901-3123.
Is my office visit confidential?
Students who are 18 years of age or older are considered adults and have the legal right to medical confidentiality. We do not and will not release any information to anyone about you without your written or verbal consent to do so.
Can my parents have access to my medical records?
They can only have access to your medical records if you give written or verbal consent.
How can I get my immunization record?
You need to complete the form here, then mail or fax your request to Health Services at Manchester University Health Services, 604 E. College Ave, North Manchester, Indiana 46962 Fax: 260-982-4138.
I am going abroad for a January term class or in Brethren Colleges Abroad (BCA). What immunizations do I need?
Contact Health Services as soon as you decide to travel. Necessary/required vaccinations vary depending upon travel location. Some vaccines are in a series and take time to complete.
Do you give allergy injections?
We do not give allergy injections. You may contact Manchester Clinic at 260-982-2102 or Walnut Street Clinic at 260-982-1984.
What physician offices are located in North Manchester?
There are two physicians’ offices in North Manchester. Manchester Clinic (260-982-2102) is located near the University. Walnut Street Family Healthcare (260-982-1994) is .7 miles away.
What dental offices are in North Manchester?
Dr. Daniel Croner DDS - 260-982-4715 - 1209 State Road 13, North Manchester
Dr. William Hankee DDS – 260-982-6344 - 125 East Main Street, North Manchester
Dr. Myer – Manchester Family Dentistry 260-982-6042 - 1301 State Road 13, North Manchester
What vision providers are located in North Manchester?
Midwest Eye Consultants - 260-982-8681 -1201 State Rd. 114, North Manchester
Dr. Bradley Camp - 260-982-8798 - 103 Front St., North Manchester
Where are the local hospitals?

Parkview Huntington Hospital – 2001 Stults Road, Huntington, Ind. 46750
Phone – 1-260-355-3000
Wabash County Hospital – 710 North East Street, Wabash Ind. 46992
Phone – 1-800-946-2110
Lutheran Hospital – 7950 W. Jefferson Blvd. Ft. Wayne, Ind. 46804
Phone – 1-260-435-7001 (local) or toll free 1-800-444-2001
Parkview Hospital – Fort Wayne – 2200 Randallia Drive, Ft. Wayne, Ind. 46845
Phone – 1-260-373-4000 (local) or toll free 1-800-615-4456
Kosciosko Community Hospital - 850 N Harrison Street, Warsaw, Ind. 46580
Phone – 1-800-828-5628

Transportation
Staff and faculty do not provide transportation to medical appointments or the hospital. In a medical emergency, an ambulance may be called. Wabash County Transit is available for a small fee (call 260-563-7536 for additional information and scheduling rides). Plan in advance with family and/or friends how to manage transportation needs in the event of a medical or other need while at Manchester University.

 

Health Forms

 

Do I have to complete a health form?
All new incoming students to Manchester University must complete a health form regardless if an athlete or not.
If I am an athlete do I still have to have a health form completed?
Yes, you will still need to complete a health form.
If I am a transfer student do I still have to have a health form completed?
Transfer students need to complete a health form.
How can I receive a health form?
When is my health form due?
Health forms are due by July 1.
What if my physical date is scheduled after July 1?
You need to notify Health Services at 260-982-5306 by Aug. 1.
Do you offer any immunizations?
We do offer immunizations at Health Services for a fee.
Where do I send the health form?

You can mail the completed health form to: Manchester University Health Services, ATTN: Heather Banks, 604 E College Ave. North Manchester, IN 46962

You can fax the completed health form to: 260-901-8022

Do I have to have a new health form each year?
The health form is only required for first time students. Once we have the form on file you do not need to complete it again.
Do I have to have a meningitis vaccine?
The meningitis vaccine is required for all students.
Will my insurance pay for the vaccines or medicine given by the nurse?
Vaccines or medicine given by the nurse must be paid for at the time of service. A claim can be filed by you or your parents with your private insurance carrier.

 

Insurance Questions

 

Is it mandatory to have the insurance?
Students are not required to be covered by insurance. If you would like Health Services to have a copy of your insurance card on file as a courtesy please do so.
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