Campus Clinics

Student Health Services Clinic

SHS is a comprehensive primary care clinic available to students, faculty, staff and their dependents. Patients receive prompt, quality, cost-effective and individualize health care, including the following services: 

  • Primary care for “sick” visits
  • Physical examinations
  • Immunizations
  • Women’s health examinations
  • Contraceptive counseling
  • STI testing and treatment
  • Laboratory testing
  • Referral Services
  • Mandatory Immunizations

The Student Health Center can provide the mandatory TB skin test and immunizations listed on the Immunization Form for all incoming students. Students with questions regarding the Immunization Form are encouraged to call SHS. 

In addition to the health services, SHS offers a comprehensive travel vaccine program to AUM’s constituents and community members. SHS offer in-depth, individualized educational services regarding the vaccines and current CDC travel recommendations. Costs vary.

Hours of Operation

The SHS is open Mon - Fri. 8:15 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. during regularly scheduled university semester sessions for currently enrolled AUM students with a valid student I.D. SHS is located in the College of Nursing and Health Sciences, Irma B. Moore Hall, Room 102. Open Mon - Fri. 8:15 a.m. - 4:30 p.m..

Cost

For a $5.00 co-payment, students can be seen for problem-oriented (sick) visits by a certified registered nurse practitioner. Faculty, staff and dependents have slightly higher co-pay. Cost of other services and vaccines vary. Payment may be made with cash, check or credit card.

For appointments, please call 334-244-3281 or fax 334-244-3396. Walk-ins are welcome; however, appointments are given priority.

Speech and Hearing Clinic

AUM Speech and Hearing Clinic is a full-service speech and hearing clinic, serving the university and surrounding communities for more than 30 years. Our audiologists provide diagnostic hearing testing, hearing aid evaluations and services, occupational hearing testing, and Auditory Processing Disorders testing and intervention.  Our speech-language pathologists perform articulation, fluency, and language evaluations and therapy.

Our clinic is a teaching clinic in that our students are required to perform hands-on speech therapy to our clients while under the supervision of a certified Audiologist or Speech-Language Pathologist. Students are required to complete two practicum courses in Audiology (CMDS 4601 and CMDS 4621), which mandates a total of 10 hours of clinical time. 

For Speech-Language Pathology, students perform one Observation in Speech course (CMDS 4911) for 25 hours of clinical observation and three semesters of a practicum course (CMDS 4914) in which students receive a total of 60 hours of hands-on clinical experience.

For questions or to make an appointment, please call 334-244-3408.

Immunizations for International Travel 

Travel Vaccine Program

In addition to the health services, SHS offers a comprehensive travel vaccine program to AUM’s constituents and community members. SHS offer in-depth, individualized educational services regarding the vaccines and current CDC travel recommendations. Some of the immunizations that are provided include the Yellow Fever vaccine Typhoid, Hepatitis A as well as more common vaccine like tetanus, polio and the MMR. Costs vary.

Immunizations

For students entering AUM for the first time and needing to complete the mandatory Immunization Form, SHS is able to provide all of the required and recommended vaccines at a reasonable cost. This also includes the TB Skin Test.