A primary care Student Health Clinic is available to students at Student Health Services in Irma B. Moore Hall, Room 102. For a nominal co-payment, students can be seen by a certified registered nurse practitioner.
We also offer preventive health services:
- Health screenings
- Physical examinations
- Women’s health examinations
- Contraceptive counseling
- Laboratory testing
Regularly scheduled health education programs, distribution of protective devices and health education materials are also offered through the center.
The Student Health Clinic is open during regularly scheduled university semester sessions for currently enrolled AUM students with a valid student I.D.
All students are required to provide a proof of immunization before the start of classes.
Hours of Operation
Mon. - Fri. 8:15 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Walk-ins are welcome; however, appointments are given priority.
Make an Appointment
Information regarding Tuberculosis
TB is primarily an airborne disease. The bacteria are spread from person to person in tiny microscopic droplets when a TB sufferer coughs, sneezes, speaks, sings, or laughs. Only people with active TB can spread the disease to others. One would have to have been in close proximity (dorm room, classroom, etc.) to an individual with active TB in order to become infected.
When an active case is identified, it is mandatory that the Alabama Public Health Department (APHD) take over the investigation, surveillance and management of the case. That has occurred in this case. An appropriate team from the APHD has been established that will identify potential exposures and implement the appropriate measures. If any AUM students have been exposed, they should be caught in the “surveillance net.”
This information is for information purposes ONLY. You may contact AUM Student Health Services at 244-3281 for additional information