Smith College Health Services provides accessible, quality medical care, mental health care and health education to Smith's diverse student population. As college health care professionals knowledgeable about developmental issues, we work with students in promoting their physical and psychological well-being. We collaborate with the larger college community, supporting students in accomplishing their educational goals.
Five College Ebola Information Sheet
Although the risk of contracting Ebola in the United States is extremely low, health care staff from the Five Colleges and local boards of health are taking precautionary measures to ensure the safety and well-being of the Five College community. Read some frequently asked questions and answers about Ebola.
HEALTH SERVICES IS CLOSED FOR THE SUMMER AND WILL REOPEN ON AUGUST 25, 2014.
If you are on campus and in need of medical care, go to the Cooley Dickinson Hospital emergency room. If there is a medical emergency, call Campus Police x800.
Health Services is moving
In August, Health Services will re-open in the Nancy and Henry Schacht Wellness and Health Center at 21 Belmont Avenue. The medical service will be on the first floor (Pelham Medical Service) and the counseling service on the 2nd floor. The office of Wellness Education will also be on the 2nd floor.
No Charge for Office Visits
Any student, regardless of her insurance plan, may seek medical care or counseling at Health Services for no charge. Fees may be charged for ancillary services.
While we strongly recommend you receive the meningitis vaccine, the State of Massachusetts permits you to waive receiving it. Meningitis Waiver Form
Information about these forms are on our Medical Forms page.
New Online Portal
Students can send and receive secure messages with health care providers on campus regarding confidential health information, schedule appointments for some types of visits, and access forms and information. To log on go to smith.medicatconnect.com and use your Smith network username and password.