Student Health and Wellness

Student Health ServicesIndian Hills is one of the few community colleges in Iowa to offer Student Health and Wellness assistance to its students.

Located on the first floor of Trustee Hall on the Ottumwa Campus, the Student Health and Wellness Center is open Monday through Thursday, 7:15 a.m. to 4:45 p.m.

Jackie Greenfield, our Registered Nurse Practitioner, works with an area physician to provide services to all Indian Hills Community College students.

There is no charge for office visits to the Student Health and Wellness Center, although there may be a minimal fee for certain laboratory tests, vaccinations, or medical supplies.

Student Health and Wellness services are available to all currently enrolled students. Confidential health care, counseling, and referral assistance are provided to help students maintain the wellness necessary to achieve their academic and vocational goals.

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Student Health 101: Online Magazine

Check out our free monthly online magazine, Student Health 101, for up–to–date tips and information on health issues that face today's college students.

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Health Notices

Important: Ebola Information | Flu Information

Flu Shots are now available, by appointment, for IHCC Students in the Student Health and Wellness Office in Trustee Hall, Monday through Thursday, 9:00a to 3:30p while supplies last. Cost: $25 | Call: (641) 683-5336

Services include:

  • medical assessments and consultations
  • hemoglobin testing for anemia
  • strep testing
  • mono testing
  • low blood sugar testing
  • urinary tract infection testing
  • sexually transmitted disease testing
  • ice, heat packs, and wraps
  • contraceptive counseling and pregnancy testing
  • health promotion & disease prevention education (weight reduction, nutrition, blood pressure screening)
  • fitness and stress reduction counseling
  • information regarding vaccines needed for international travel

If a health problem necessitates further evaluation or treatment that cannot be provided at the Health Center, the student will be referred to a physician.


Student Health and Wellness
Jackie Greenfield, Registered Nurse Practitioner
phone: (641) 683-5336 or (800) 726-2585, ext. 5336

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