The NGU Clinic is located at 111 West Crain (behind the athletic complex). Health screening for symptoms of illness and referrals can also be provided through the phone when necessary.
In an effort to best use clinic resources, please book an appointment time that is at least 24 hours after symptom onset to ensure best testing results if testing is required. For example, if you wake up feeling bad on Monday morning, schedule a Tuesday morning appointment to ensure symptoms do not resolve on their own.
- Monday: 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
- Tuesday: 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
- Wednesday: 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
- Thursday: 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
- Friday: 8:30 a.m. – noon
Clinic visits are free of charge and available to NGU students and staff.
Evaluation of conditions, including but not limited to:
- Allergy symptoms
- Cough and cold
- Earache / ear infection
- Flu-like symptoms
- Nasal congestion
- Pink eye & styes
- Sore throat / strep throat
- Upper respiratory infection
- Urinary tract / bladder infection
- Bug bites & stings
- Minor burns
- Minor cuts & lacerations
- Minor wounds & abrasions
- Splinter removal
- Sprains / strains
- Skin Conditions including:
- Athlete’s foot
- Cold sores & canker sores
- Minor infections
- Minor rashes
- Oral / mouth sores
- Poison ivy / oak
Monitoring of Health Conditions:
- High Blood Pressure
- High Cholesterol
Medication refills and evaluation of potential lower cost alternatives
- Routine, non-controlled medications
Injections (patient supplied)
- We administer routine injections prescribed by your PCP (i.e.- allergy shots, depo injection, etc.).
- Bring your twin pack of EpiPen during each allergy injection appt.
Lab Test available on site
- Blood sugar
- Rapid Urinalysis test
- Urine pregnancy test
- Rapid Strep test
- Rapid Flu test
- Rapid mono test
- Lab draws through LabCorp (billed to your health insurance)
- Ear Irrigation
- Smoking Cessation
- Dietary consults
Disclaimer: Please note: although the NGU clinic visit is free for registered students and faculty/staff – any medication prescriptions, lab work, imaging referrals such as x-rays, or any other type of referral or treatment outside of the NGU clinic visit will be billed through your individual insurance at those respective settings and will incur out of pocket costs for you. Please consult with your own medical insurance to obtain preferred in- network information, and for any co-pay questions.
As you are preparing to come to NGU
Please make sure you have received the following vaccines. Additionally, you will need to upload your immunization records. The records must be a copy of the official immunization document or be signed or stamped by a medical professional. Students are able to opt out of vaccine requirements through religious or medical exemptions. Incoming and returning students will be contacted each summer with information on how to upload immunization records into the collection system.
- MMR (Measles, Mumps, Rubella): Proof of two doses or attach a copy of each of three titers (serologic evidence of immunity).
- Meningococcal-ACWY Vaccine: It must cover the Men ACWY strain. One to two doses depending upon the date received.
- Tetanus-Diphtheria: Booster with Tdap or Td in the last ten years.
- Tuberculosis (TB) screening questionnaire.
- Diphtheria, Tetanus, and Pertussis: Primary series of four (4) doses of any combination of DTP, DT, DTaP, TD or Tdap.
- Hepatitis A: Two doses.
- HPV: Three doses.
- Meningitis B strain: Two doses; highly recommended.
- Polio: three doses in any combination active or inactive.
- Varicella: two doses or proof of positive titer (serologic evidence of immunity).
Members of the NGU community seeking health care service in the Greenville, SC area can receive care from the following providers: