Freed-Hardeman university clinic (rogers-dodd-conger clinic)
Located at 155 Hamlett Ave. (across the street from Farrow Hall and in front of Sewell Hall) provides medical care to current students, faculty, staff and administration of Freed-Hardeman University and their dependents. Individuals can see a nurse practitioner for first-aid, medical advice, illnesses, injuries, administration of allergy injections and support for mental health. Many conditions that would be seen in a primary or urgent care office can be handled right on campus. The nurse practitioner can diagnose and prescribe treatment for
common illnesses as well as perform physicals.
Students with an immediate threat to their health should call 911.
Hours of Operation
Monday: 8:00 am – 2:00 pm
Tuesday: 8:00 am – 12:00 pm
Wednesday: 8:00 am – 12:00 pm
Thursday: 8:00 am – 2:00 pm
Friday – Sunday: Closed
Individuals may request an appointment by walk-in, calling the FHU Health Clinic at 731-989-6680 or by emailing email@example.com. Appointments are not required, but highly recommended in order to minimize wait time.
Fees for Services
Students, faculty, staff, administration and their dependents are evaluated by the health care provider at NO charge; however, patients are responsible for the cost of any prescribed medications. Prescriptions may be filled at one of the local pharmacies which accept most insurance or work with you to minimize the cost of cash pay. Patients are also financially responsible for any outside x-ray or lab work that should be ordered. If you have insurance, you should take your health card with you to these appointments. Results will be faxed back to the Freed-Hardeman University Health Clinic and a follow-up consultation will be scheduled at no charge. The Freed-Hardeman University Health Clinic does not bill health insurance for any service provided by the clinic. We recommend that students, faculty, staff and administration have a health insurance policy to cover costs for emergencies and referrals to outside facilities.
Individuals that find the need for medical care beyond the Freed-Hardeman University Health Clinic’s scheduled operating hours should visit one of the local Urgent Care clinics that offer extended hours. If you are having a life threatening emergency, you should dial 911. If you are transferred to a hospital by an ambulance, you will be charged. This is not a free service. Consider visiting an after-hours walk-in urgent care for non-life threatening illnesses.
Students, faculty, staff, administration and their dependents are financially responsible for any treatment received at off-campus medical facilities, including but not limited to Emergency Departments of the local hospitals.