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Health Center

Welcome to the ABAC Health Center!

The ABAC Student Health Center is an outpatient clinic operated by the School of Nursing & Health Sciences. The aim of the Health Center is to help students develop and maintain the good health and well-being necessary for success in college. This goal is achieved by offering high-quality, accessible medical and nursing care at low cost. Additionally, the staff of the Health Center encourages students to adopt positive, lifelong healthy behaviors through individual, class room and campus-wide educational activities.

LOCATION
The ABAC Student Health Center is located in the Nursing & Health Sciences Building next to the Chapel. The Health Center entrance is at the rear of the building.

HOURS OF OPERATION
Monday-Thursday: 9:00 AM-4:30PM
Friday 9:00AM-2:00PM
Saturday & Sunday: Closed

A nurse or a nurse practitioner is in the Health Center during hours of operation.

The Health Center is closed on official college holidays. The Health Center is open for administrative purposes during semester breaks, but students are not treated during these breaks.

STAFF LISTING
The staff includes:

  • Langston B. Cleveland, MD, College Physician and Medical Director
  • Karen Dell, FNP-C, MSN, CEN, Coordinator Student Health Center
  • Susan Thompson, RN, Lead Health Center Nurse
  • Vickie Holloway, RN, Clinic Nurse
  • Anita White, Administrative Assistant

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