*Financially supported by Student Activity Fees
Department of Health Services
Office: Health Services
Room: C2112, General Studies Building
2425 Highway 75, P.O. Box 246, Blountville, TN 37617
Health Services Office Hours and Locations
Nurses may not be available during all business hours.
423.323.0212 or ext. 3212
9:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.
8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
423.354.5230 or ext. 5230
423.354.5315 or ext. 5315
423.354.5234 or ext. 5234
Live your future
- Be physically active
- Make healthy choices
- Seek advice and referrals
Welcome to Health Services where we're committed to helping you achieve a bright future and a long life! Your ability to enjoy life depends on making the right choices with timely interventions and diagnoses. Health Services can help you find a path to wellness
and healthy lifestyles that promote quality of life now and for the future you. Your lifelong physical and emotional well-being impacts those you love, too. Stay healthy and live well while achieving your dreams.
The Office of Health Services provides clinical and informational resources to the academic community on all matters related to health promotion, wellness, and primary prevention that encourage lifelong physical and emotional well-being. Health Services works with students, faculty, and staff on health issues and promotes good health practices within the College and community. Health Services provides clinic services, helps students access community health resources, provides health and wellness promotion, and serves on campus committees
related to the health and wellness of the College community.
Student Health 101 Orientation 2016-2017 Issue
Monday - 9:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Tuesday - Friday 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
- General Studies Building (C) - lobby
- Powers Mathematics and Science Building (B) - beside first floor elevator
- Basler Library (L) - Circulation Desk, main lobby
- Locke Humanities Complex (H) - first floor across from restrooms
- Wellmont Regional Center for the Performing Arts (D) - first floor beside D192
Elizabethton: Lobby entrance
Gray: Main hall and to the left
Johnson City: Lobby
- KCHE - First floor hallway on the left
- RCAM - Lobby
- RCAP - Lobby
- RCAT - Lobby
- RCHP - First floor lobby
We realize not every student will need to come into the Student Health Clinic. That’s where health promotion comes in!
We maintain a health-related bulletin board and brochure rack in the hall outside the Student Health Clinic on the Blountville campus and in the Student Lounge at the Elizabethton campus. These publications are helpful for self-learning as well as class-related projects.
Health-related information displays with free brochures are placed in the Atrium and Courtyard of the Blountville Campus.
If you have an emergent issue (e.g., asthma attack, allergic reaction, laceration, burn, acute vomiting, diarrhea, urinary tract infection, fever greater than 102 degrees, acute mental health problem or
sexual violence) ask to see the nurse immediately.
Emergencies are handled in order of seriousness of the presenting problem, but the staff is adept at handling serious issues and will work quickly to assess your problem and provide appropriate treatment. If you have a medical emergency and Health Services is closed, please call
Northeast State Police Department at 423.677.7927 (emergency cell) or 911.
For the latest information on mumps, please visit the following link:
For the latest information on the Zika virus, please visit the following links:
Northeast State’s Health Services and ETSU's
Student and University Health Services have partnered to provide a
Medical Clinic with licensed Nurse Practitioner appointments at Blountville during the 2016 Fall Semester. Nurse Practitioner hours are on Thursdays from 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
All registered Northeast State students may schedule appointments with the Medical Clinic. The Medical Clinic is funded entirely by Student Activity Fees. Faculty and staff, as well as students, may utilize the Nursing Consult and Self-Care services. There is no charge for office visits
to Health Services, although there may be a minimal fee for certain laboratory tests, vaccinations or medical supplies.
What do I do if I need to see a doctor and do not have a primary care physician?
The Office of Health Services maintains a list of Urgent Care Clinics in the area. To obtain a list of primary care physicians in the area who are taking patients and who accept your insurance, contact the Health Professionals at Mountain States Health Alliance by calling 1.800.888.5551.
Self-Care Stations with supplies for first aid and minor illnesses are available at no charge. Complete a self-care form and take only what is needed or recommended.
Room C2112 - Health Services/Clinic Reception Area
When Health Services is closed, the
Northeast State Police Department (Room C2401 or call 423.677.7927) can provide access to the Self-Care Station.
Third Floor Reception Area
Main Lobby Reception Area
Kingsport Center for Higher Education - First Floor Reception Area
Regional Center for Health Professions - First Floor Reception Area
If you feel you need to be evaluated by a health care provider, please see
Student Health and Clinic Services for information on how to access care from a Registered Nurse or licensed Nurse Practitioner.