The Health Services Office is located on the lower level of Chatlos-Davis Hall. As part of the Office of Student Development, this Nurse Directed department is staffed by a Registered Nurse with a Bachelor's Degree. Students may see the nurse during office hours posted on the door or by appointment. After these hours or when the nurse is not available, students are to contact the Resident Staff.
All students are entitled to the services provided. This department is NOT responsible for families of married students. Services provided include first aid, care for general sickness, ordinary over the counter medications and referrals to local clinics, medical doctors, chiropractors and dentists. Davis College students have two excellent hospitals within two miles of the campus in case of emergencies.
Lourdes HospitalDavis College req
169 Riverside Drive
Binghamton, NY 13905
UHS Wilson Memorial Medical Center
35-57 Harrison Street
Johnson City, NY 13790
uires completion of the following health forms for students taking six credits or more on campus, at an extension site, online or any combination of the above. Certain exceptions may apply, contact Health Services
for clarification. These forms MUST be submitted prior to being cleared to register/enroll for classes. Non receipt of health forms WILL delay your registration/enrollment. Once received, they are kept in professional confidence.
- Personal Medical Report completed by the student
- Physician's Evaluation (physical) dated within one year prior to registration/enrollment
- Immunization Record signed by the Health Care Provider
- Meningococcal Meningitis Response Form
- Freshmen students residing in the dorm & high school students taking six credits or more on campus MUST have the vaccine
- Emergency Medical Consent for students under 18 years of age
- Medical Insurance Enrollment/Waiver Form, card copy required proving private coverage
Forms are available on this site, or, students may request a packet to be mailed directly from the Health Services Office. International students must present forms in English. If translated, the documents must include the name & title of the interpreter. Faxed records are not accepted from international students & are discouraged from US students because of confidentiality laws.
In keeping with New York State Public Health Law Section 2165, ALL students born after January 1, 1957 taking six credits or more, MUST show proof of having had two doses of LIVE Measles, Mumps & Rubella (MMR) vaccine, the first being given no more than four days prior to the child's first birthday and a second dose no less than 28 days after the first. The law does provide for a religious or medical exemption under certain circumstances.
Contact Health Services to obtain the Religious Exemption Form. New York State also requires the Meningococcal Meningitis Response Form to be on file and NO student is allowed to attend classes or be on campus beyond 30 days of the start of classes without these two requirements (MMRs & Response Form) on file.
Please refer to the Health Services section of the Student Handbook for further information.