Primary Care Clinic
Primary Care services are by appointment and similar to those provided by a family physician. Care is provided by highly qualified nurses, Board Certified Nurse Practitioners specializing in adult or family medicine, Certified Physician Assistants (PA-C), and board-certified physicians specializing in internal medicine, pediatrics, and/or family practice. Primary Care services are available at Olin Health Center, as well as in the Neighborhood Clinics. These clinics are designed to provide continuous management of both long-term and short-term medical problems, as well as preventive medical care for persons of all genders.
For continuity of care and in order to build personal relationships, students are encouraged on return visits to request a provider with whom they feel comfortable. Appointments can often be made for the same day treatment is requested.
Students who wish to have an Olin Primary Care physician take over ongoing management of ADD/ADHD medication should visit or call the Olin Medical Records department (Room 146, 517-353-8738) at least ONE MONTH PRIOR to their need for a new prescription. We have a detailed process and specific requirements for new patients seeking a refill of this controlled medication. Starting at Medical Records is required for understanding the process and avoiding delays.