Health Services

 

The health center does not take the place of your primary care provider and does not dispense or refill pain medications or other chronic medications.

Students need a healthy environment to thrive, and a healthy campus community needs healthy students. The Student Health Center supports the mission of the university by improving the health and quality of life for all students. Our purpose is to help students maintain good health and prevent illness by providing quality care and services.

 

Location First portable building behind Wildcat Football Stadium
Telephone 731-352-4291 Fax: 731-241-0013
Hours Monday-Friday 9 a.m. - 4 p.m., Closed Sat. & Sun.
Services Offered
Unlimited free visits to all undergraduate, graduate, and Success students, and Bethel University employees for minor complaints
 
Physicals/Sports Physicals
 
BP monitoring, EKG testing, asthmatic monitoring, diabetic testing
 
IV services for dehydration
 
Low cost medications
 
Borrow a Brace program

Allergy injections
 
Immunizations
 
Minor procedures including: toenail removal, aspiration of cysts, aspiration of knee effusions, minor I&D

Orthopaedic injury assessment/rehabilitation

Lab testing (minimal fee)
 
Physical therapy (insurance benefits applied)
 
Referral services
 
Crutches/crutch training/ACE wraps
 
Preventive health training
 
Wellness lectures

            

Bethel University Health Services Staff

Health Services– 731-352-4291

Ty Butler, Director of Operations for College of Health Services -- 731-352-4291

Dr. Thomas Braxton Jr., Medical Doctor & Supervising Physician -- 731-352-4291
Mickie Carter, PA-C -- 731-352-4291
Natasha Fields, RN, Nurse for Health Services -- 731-352-4291
Kristy Dunn, Immunization Coordinator -- 731-352-4291
Cindy Price, Insurance Coordinator -- 731-352-6923

Click here to learn more about Bethel University's Student Health Insurance.