Health Services offers a range of services which include: acute care of minor illness or injury, sexual healthcare and testing, preventative care and appointment assistance to our local medical community.
MCLA Health Services is here to support you with your wellness needs. We offer comprehensive medical care with a special focus on the college health needs of our students. We can diagnosis, treat, order labs, and write prescriptions to treat all common illnesses and injuries, BUT we also can evaluate you when you are seriously sick or ill and can assist you to local urgent or emergent facilities in the community.
MountainOne Student Wellness Center, 289 Church Street North Adams, MA 01247.
Health Services provides care for all enrolled MCLA students.
Monday through Friday 8-4 (closed 12-1) when the college is in session for the fall and spring semesters. Closed during Massachusetts/Federal holidays and weather related closures.
Please call Health Services at 413.662.5421, we would be happy to speak with you. If it is a medical emergency please call Public Safety at 5100, 413.662.5100 or 911
Yes, Health Services operates by appointments only. Please call 413.662.5421, same-day appointments are usually available, so you can pick a time that's best for you.
Health Services recognizes that students may not be well enough to attend every class. Students are advised to contact their professors directly (preferably before missing a class) to make arrangements to accommodate their illness. Health Services cannot attest to past illnesses. Therefore, Health Services will not provide any documentation to excuse students from attending classes.
Health Services does not fill prescriptions. Prescriptions that need to be filled, may be taken to any of the local pharmacies. Be sure to check with your insurance to see if there is a co-pay for medications and bring a copy of your insurance card with you to the pharmacy.
Yes, emergency contraception is available by appointment at Health Services at no cost. You can also purchase emergency contraception at most local pharmacies and through Tapestry Health.
The Barrier Express is a confidential sexual health barrier delivery service to your campus mailbox. Please place your order through our web page or under student links on the portal page. You can also pick up products at Health Services and other various locations on campus.
Our team includes a board-certified physician, nurse practitioners, and registered nurses.
Massachusetts college students are required to have primary health insurance.
Bring your health insurance card with you each time you come to Health Services. If you’re covered under your parents’ insurance, ask them for a copy of the card.
MCLA Health Services does not bill for services that are provided on site. Although, any medical tests such as: laboratory, radiological imaging and prescriptions performed or obtained off-site will be billed directly to the student's health insurance. This may result in a copay, deductible or balance due that is the student's responsibility. Health Services is not able to advise students regarding what may or may not be covered by their individual plan.
By law, all MCLA Health Services visits and medical records are confidential. No information can be released, either verbally or in writing, unless you sign a consent form. Please see https://www.mcla.edu/student-services/health-services/confidential.php for more information on confidentiality.
Please see MCLA Health Services web page at https://www.mcla.edu/student-services/health-services/rights-responsibilties.php for information on this topic.
If you are in need of emergent care after hours:
If you are in need of non-emergent care after hours:
Paul Donovan, D.O.
Jacqueline Krzanik, D.N.P., M.S., F.N.P.-B.C.
Aimée Bullett-Smith, D.N.P., M.S., F.N.P.-B.C.
Christine Rodriguez, R.N.