Appointments – for when you want to schedule your care in advance
Same-Day Care – for when you need to be seen on short notice–subject to provider availability.
Phone Consultation – for when you have questions about whether you need to receive care or wonder whether you should be seen at SHAC or at a local clinic.
How to make and appointment:
Medical appointments are made by contacting SHAC directly by phone (507–222-4080) or secure messaging or scheduling through the MySHAC portal.
Services we provide:
- eye, ear, nose, throat infections
- colds and flu
- skin infections
- bladder infections
- nausea, vomiting and diarrhea
- Birth Control – education about methods; prescriptions; refills
- Pap Testing
- Treatment of yeast and vaginal infections
- Pregnancy testing and counseling
- Emergency Contraception (Plan B)
- Sexually Transmitted Infections (STI) testing
- Pre-exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) and Post-exposure Prophylaxis (PEP) for HIV
- Condoms available
- Abrasions, small cuts
- Sprains, strains
- Minor burns
- Rapid Strep Throat
- Urine Pregnancy Testing
- Sexually Transmitted Infections (Gonorrhea and Chlamydia, HIV, Syphilis)
For other labs, we can draw blood and/or collect specimens for analysis at off-campus labs.
Our medical staff can write prescriptions to be filled at local pharmacies. A limited variety of commonly prescribed medications are able to be dispensed at SHAC.
Collaborative Care with Counseling Services:
- Eating disorders
- Sexual assault; sexual abuse
- Alcohol and drug abuse
- Stress, sleep problems
Assistance navigating healthcare system beyond SHAC:
This is not a complete list of services. Please call to inquire about any service not listed.
Services Contracted with Other Agencies to Provide On-Campus:
- Immunizations (Performed at SHAC by Homeland Health)
Services Not Provided:
- Imaging (X-ray; MRI; CT)
- Allergy shots (You can get your allergy injections at the Allina Medical Clinic, 507-663-9000. Please note: Northfield Clinic no longer provides this service.)
- ADHD medications (more information about ADHD care options).
- Storage of personal medications for students. We suggest purchasing a refrigerator or lock box to use in your dorm room. Lockable medicine containers are available to purchase at a reduced cost at Sterling Drug, 700 Division St., Northfield.