Health and Counseling Services
The health and well-being of students goes hand-in-hand with creating a productive learning environment at Mary Baldwin, and Health and Counseling Services helps students get the most out of their education. Located on the lower level of Blakely House near the center of campus, services are readily available to Mary Baldwin University students for routine care and acute care. After hours care is provided by Augusta Health — at the urgent care center or through the Emergency Room at the Augusta Health Hospital.
Registered Nurse Elizabeth Campbell, Nurse Practitioner Erin Marley, and Dr. Katy Lopez provide health-related services on weekdays by appointment and during walk-in hours. Director of Counseling and Psychological Services and licensed clinical psychologist Nadia Kuley offers counseling for students by appointment.
Health Services: 540-887-7095; fax: 540-887-7289
Counseling Services: 540-887-7281
Clinic Hours and After-Hours Care
HEALTH CENTER HOURS
9 a.m. – 5 p.m. Monday through Friday
9 a.m. –2 p.m. Monday through Friday the Center is staffed by a Registered Nurse
12-5 p.m. Monday through Friday the Center is staffed by a Nurse Practitioner
Appointments are recommended and given priority, but walk-ins are accepted. The last appointment/walk-in is at 4:30 p.m.
Contact Donna Duff, at 540-887-7095 to schedule and appointment during the hours of 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.
COUNSELING SERVICES BY APPOINTMENT
To schedule an appointment, please contact Donna Duff at 540-887-7281. Students may be provided services on campus or at the office of Drs. Kuley, Ryan and Associates, located approximately five minutes from campus. Students who need to be seen off campus may either use our on-campus transportation programs or their own transportation. In certain cases, students may also be given taxi vouchers which will be billed to the student’s account.
Augusta Health Emergency Department
Physicians are available around the clock at the hospital. Students should bring current insurance information with them, if possible. Augusta Health will file the insurance claim and bill parents the balance. An urgent care center is located in the emergency department at Augusta Health. It is open 5–10 p.m. Monday through Friday, and 2–10 p.m. Saturday, Sunday, and holidays.
Urgent Care Clinic
851 Statler Blvd.
Staunton, VA 24401
7 days a week including holidays
Information shared by a student will be held in strict confidence. Professional standards for therapists mandate that no information, including the fact that a student is seen by Counseling and Psychological Services can be released without written permission by the student.
Exceptions to this confidentiality policy are made as a result of legal requirements to report:
- A danger of harm to yourself or others
- The abuse or neglect of a child or depended adult
- In cases of court involvement, your treatment record may be obtained by a judicial order
- Information regarding your treatment, date of service, and diagnosis will be released to your insurance company if you choose to have our office file your insurance claims.
The medical information presented here is provided as general information only and is not intended to indicate specific treatment for your health problem or concern. Below you’ll find links for some of the most common health related issues that the Mary Baldwin Health Center staff treats. This information is for educational purposes and does not replace an evaluation by a health care professional. If you need an appointment with one of our clinicians during posted clinic hours, please call 887-7016. If you have an urgent need or need to be seen at night or on weekends, seek care at Augusta Medical Center in Fishersville or call 911.
- Ankle Sprains: Healing and Prventing Injury
- Anorexia Nervosa
- Bug Bites and Stings
- Burns: Taking Care of Burns
- Colds and the Flu
- Cold Sores
- Common Cold
- Coping with Common Period Problems
- Head Injuries: What to Watch for Afterward
- How Can I Lose Weight Safely?
- Running: Preventing Overuse Injuries
- Strep Throat
- Urinary Tract Infections in Women
- Vaginal Discharge: Changes That May Be Signs of a Problem
Services and Fees
Health Services and Fees
Students are responsible for knowing their individual insurance policy requirements and coverage for medical services, such as preauthorization or precertification, and should always carry a copy of their insurance card.
|Nurse Visit/Telephone Consult||
|Physician/Nurse Practitioner Appointment||
|AH Laboratory Fee Schedule|
|Rapid Flu Test||$10*|
|Flu Test (next day results, includes collection and lab analysis)||$90**|
|PPD (TB skin test)||$19*|
|TDAP Vaccine/shot (Tetanus, Diphtheria, Pertussis)||$60*|
|Pregnancy Test – blood test, qualitative||$25.50**|
|Pregnancy Test (urine)||$10*|
|Pap Smear – routine (if abnormal, add pathologist fee of $40 to total charge)||$55**|
|Pap Smear – with HPV testing (if abnormal, add pathologist fee of $40)||$140**|
|School Entrance Physical||$50*|
|TD/shot (tetanus, diphtheria)||$25*|
All services indicated with an asterisk (*) must be paid for by student at the time of visit. If unable to pay at the time of visit for any lab services marked with a double asterisk (**) there will be an option to bill insurance and the student will be billed for any remaining balance not covered by insurance.
Counseling Services and Fees
During your college years, you may encounter a variety of stressors, which may be related to your academic experience, family, social, and financial situations.
We provide a wide variety of services, including:
- Stress management
- Individual counseling
- Crisis intervention
- Group therapy
- Mental health programs for students, faculty, and staff
- Consultation and training to resident advisors, staff, and faculty regarding student mental health needs
- Referral to off-campus mental health providers and community agencies
Dr. Kuley and her associates provide four free sessions for College for Women students during the academic year. If a student requires more than four sessions, she should discuss payment for services (insurance and Medicaid accepted), or discuss referral alternatives (community services which offer a sliding scale; unlimited free of charge group therapy session, etc.).