Our clinic has a particular interest in providing holistic care, appreciating the diversity of our student population, including, international students, LGTBQ students, all cultures, and age ranges. We encourage our patients to focus on self-care, education, and healthy lifestyle choices. Office visits are free of charge to all eligible students. Services include, but are not limited to:
- Diagnosis and treatment of most acute and chronic illnesses
- Ear Pain
- Sore Throat/Strep Throat
- Diabetes Management
- Lab Tests*
- Prescriptions (see refill policy our website)
- Tobacco Cessation
- Treatment of minor trauma including sprains, strains, cuts, abrasions
- Minor Surgeries*
- Lesion Removal*
- Behavioral Health concerns including depression, anxiety, stress management, and insomnia
- Wellness Exams
- Sexual and Reproductive Health Care
- Preventative (Annual Exams for Men and Women)
- Student Program Physicals, Immunizations, and Titers*
*Specialty services are offered at substantially lower costs (not included as part of the student/employee fee).
The clinic bills Trillium and DMAP for all services covered by the Oregon Health Plan.
Ask a Nurse Services
The LCC Health Clinic is now offering convenient virtual Ask a Nurse services!
Join us in our “Ask a Nurse” zoom room every Wednesday from 12-1 PM, or you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. A nurse will be available to answer your health-related questions, as well as give information on community resources, how to access medical care or sign up for health insurance.
If you’re wondering about how to get tested for STDs, what PrEP is, how you can quit smoking, what vaccines are recommended for adults or young adults, have questions about COVID, or anything else about health, the health clinic nurse is here for you!
This service is intended for general medical questions, not for specific medical advice. If you think you need to see a health care provider, please call the health clinic at 541-463-5665 to schedule an appointment or talk to a nurse confidentially about your specific medical concern.
We provide resource and referrals to specialists including orthopedics, pulmonology, cardiology, infectious disease, behavioral health, urology, radiology (x-ray, mammography, MRI), GI, neurology, neurosurgery, lung specialists, and physical therapy.
Although we are pleased to offer lab services at the Health Clinic for patients, drawing blood for labs is limited to those patients with a lab order from an LCC Health Clinic provider. At this time, we are not able to draw blood or process orders for an outside provider.
All services provided are confidential. All medical records are confidential and the electronic medical record is stored on a separate, off-site server; not on Lane Community College servers.
Sick Notes / Medical Excuses: The Health Center does not routinely provide excuses for students who miss class due to illness or injury. Students are advised to notify their faculty that they are unable to attend class. Find out more information about Documenting Student Illness or Injury.
ADHD/ADD: Lane Community College Health Clinic does not routinely perform new evaluations for Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) nor do we routinely prescribe medications for ADHD. Find out more about our clinic's policy.
The mission of the LCC Health Clinic is to provide accessible, quality health care to the students of Lane Community College. Its goal is to maximize LCC community health and enable students to remain in school. The Health Clinic staff works in a collaborative partnership with the students and employees, with respect for diverse beliefs and needs, toward informed decisions about disease prevention and management of health conditions. The clinic provides education to individuals and groups to enable them to be better consumers of health care and stewards of their own health.