Currently, Wheaton College has no known cases of Coronavirus on campus.
We understand that Wheaton students come from many backgrounds and have diverse health care needs. We will both treat you and teach you how to find your best potential health so you can focus on your education.
How to Schedule at Student Health Services (SHS)
SHS has transitioned to an appointment only model for the foreseeable future. To schedule an appointment, please call 630-752-5072. We are not scheduling through MyChart this semester. Due to the high number of calls we estimate our office will be receiving, please leave a message with the following information if we do not answer:
- ID Number
- Reason for appointment
- Times/days available to be seen
AFTER HOURS or ON WEEKENDS: Due to the potential for COVID-19, if you are experiencing mild cold or flu-like symptoms, we are asking you to quarantine in your current living space until you can make the next available appointment at Student Health Services. You should call 630-752-5072 and leave a message with your name, ID number, and cell phone number stating you need to schedule the first available appointment. The SHS intake coordinator will reach out to you first thing in the morning (or on Monday) to schedule a free provider visit and free COVID test if indicated. You should contact your RD/GRA who will have meal tickets which allow your friends or RA to bring back food for you and also will give you a bleach bottle to clean after using shared bathrooms. Once you have your visit, Student Health Services will assist you with your medical needs and with any notices that will need to go to your professors about needing to quarantine. Your roommates/housemates are free to come and go during this time as long as they are not also feeling sick.
You may also send us an email with this information.
- Community Resources (PDF)
- Map of Local Resources (PDF)
- Form to Request Copy of Medical Records (PDF)
- Resources for Wheaton in Chicago (PDF)
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