About

Plymouth State University Health Services is  located at 16 Merrill Street, behind Hyde Hall and next to the Nursing Lab. The Health Services entrance is on the left side of the building.  Please call for an appointment.

Telephone:  (603) 535-2350

Fax number:  (603) 535-3291

We are open to all Plymouth State University students:

  • Monday -  8 am to 4:30 pm
  • Tuesday-  8 am to 5:00 pm
  • Wednesday- 8am to 4:30pm
  • Thursday- 8am to 5:00pm
  • Friday 8 am to 3:00 pm
  • Closed Saturday and Sunday

Provider services are not available during the winterim, spring break or summer sessions. Administrative help is available on a part-time basis during winterim and summer.

ANNOUNCEMENTS

A small amount of flu vaccine is still available free for students.  Contact Health Services at 535-2350 to schedule a time.

Health Services will be holding free flu clinics for students as soon as we receive our vaccine.  Watch here for time and date.

 

Information regarding health insurance and the Affordable Care Act can be found at HealthCare.gov

Incoming students should complete the Health  Questionnaire form and send with a copy of immunization records to Plymouth State University Health Services, 17 High Street MSC 45, Plymouth NH 03264.

Students who need to have the International Program Medical Evaluation form completed to study or travel are required to have a copy of their immunization on file at Health Services.

 

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