The Health Center is staffed by the Director of Health Services.
8:15 – 11:30 a.m. and 12:30 – 4:15 p.m.
1:00 – 5:45 p.m.
8:00 a.m. – 11:45 p.m.
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The Thomas College Health Center is staffed by the Director of Health Services our Healthcare provider, a Nurse Practitioner. The College Physician is available by appointment only. Located on the first floor of Grant Hall with hours available to both residential and commuter students. Health Center services include treatment services for the acute care of common medical problems of young adults, follow-up care to medical treatment, and referrals. A health care professional works with students and pays close attention to their physical, psychological, and preventative care needs and is able to diagnose, treat, and provide prescriptions. The Health Center partners with the Campus Counselor to provide support and services for the students’ emotional and psychological needs.
The Health Center emphasizes important features such as health education and campus outreach programs focused on medical, psychological, and social aspects of healthier lifestyles; preventive immunization; student participation in planning and prevention. We provide quality treatment services for the acute care of common medical problems of young adults including women/men’s health issues, sports related injuries and follow-up care.
To better enable the Health Center to provide appropriate medical care, it’s important that the completed medical history, physical exam and immunization forms are filed with the Health Center by the end of August. This should include notice of any allergies or special information needed to best meet the health needs of the student. Please note that all students are required by Maine State Law to provide the College with a complete immunization history record before being allowed to register or attend classes.
Student Health Insurance Plan
Services at the Health Center are free. However, if you are required to participate in the college health insurance plan, please review the policy information.
Families may have questions about their student’s health status. Medical information will not be released without the written consent of the student. Staff will assist with general questions, however principles of patient confidentiality will not be violated.
211 Main St., Waterville (across from Rite-Aid)
Monday-Friday: 8:00am – 7:30pm
Saturday and Sunday 8:00 am – 5:00pm
Northern Light Healthcare at Inland
200 Kennedy Memorial Dr, Waterville
Maine General Medical Center
North St, Waterville
Northern Light Walk-in Care
174 Kennedy Memorial Drive, Waterville
Redington – Fairview General Hospital
46 Fairview Avenue, Skowhegan
1 Kennedy Memorial Drive,
Waterville – (207) 873-7161
Hannaford Food and Drug
190 JFK Mall KMD,
Waterville – (207) 872-2182
Rite Aid Pharmacy
211 Main Street,
Waterville – (207) 877-9004
Shaw’s/Osco on KMD
Waterville – (207) 680-3001
Hannaford Food and Drug
Elm Plaza – Main Street,
Waterville – (207) 877-7553
Waterville – (207) 877-9169
Winslow – (207) 872-7979
Maine Aids Alliance
Maine Tobacco/Smoking Cessation
Suicide/Mental Health Hotline
Maine Office of Substance Abuse (Resource and Info Center) – (800)499-0027
Maine Bureau of Drug Enforcement – (800)452-6467
Maine General Medical Center (Behavioral Health) – (877)777-9393
Rehab Works – Physical Therapy – KMD Drive Waterville – 207-861-3360
Linda Saulter, Hygienist – Dental Services – Waterville – 207-861-8080
Aspen Dental Services – Waterville – 207-805-2519
Susan Palumbo R.N. – Diabetes Education and Support – Inland Hospital – 207-861-7150
OPERATION HOPE – Addiction Services – Waterville – 207-680-4700
Dial “211” – Get Connected. Get Answers.
- Antibiotic ointment
- Imodium AD/TUMS
- Band Aids
- Cold and flu medicines
- Rubbing alcohol
- Q-Tips/Cotton balls
- Any personal medications -prescription or OTC
- Ready use cold pack or heat pack
- Pre-made medical supply/first aid box