We are located in Newman Hall, room 121. Service is provided by a registered nurse and three Nurse Practitioners with different areas of professional expertise. With the exception of immunizations and lab procedures, all services are free. The focus of the Health Services Clinic is on health promotion, disease prevention and holistic health. All Bellarmine students; full time, part time and graduate students, both residents and commuters, may use any of the services offered.
Nurse practitioners are available by appointment. Please visit the Patient Portal to see their availability.
Use of the Health Services Clinic is completely voluntary. Bellarmine University follows HIPAA regulations. All health records are confidential and, except in cases specified by law, may not be disclosed except when authorized by the student.
FREE Norton eCare Video Visits: Fast & Convenient
Receive quick, non-emergency care from a health professional using your phone or webcam. Bellarmine students now have free 24/7 access to medical care through Norton eCare video visits, thanks to a generous grant from Norton Healthcare.
Video visits are a great choice for after-hours diagnosis and treatment of minor conditions such as allergies, cold, flu, cough, fever, insect bites, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, eye soreness, skin rashes, sore throats and urinary tract infections. You can receive a prescription, if needed, during your eCare visit. This service is provided in addition to the health services already available on campus during the academic year, and is available over the summer for students residing in Kentucky and Indiana.
Don’t wait until you’re sick to get started – click here for step-by-step instructions on signing up for Norton eCare visits. You’ll need a free MyNortonChart account, a credit or debit card (to reserve your appointment; it will not be charged) and your student ID to complete a video visit.
The Bellarmine University Health Services Department seeks to enhance the educational experience by providing quality treatment, programming, and education aimed at maintaining physical health and wellbeing as well as empowering students to make self-directed, informed decisions about
their personal health and wellness, and thus become informed consumers of health care.
Students with mobility issues
Please contact the Health Services Office if you have mobility issues and require our services. We are pleased to come to you if you are unable to make it to our offices. For a temporary handicap parking pass, please contact the Office of Public Safety. For further information regarding mobility issues please contact the Office of Disability Services: at 502.272.8490.
Students may check out the following items:
- Wheel chair
The clinic can also provide small sharps boxes free of charge. Used sharps boxes should be returned to the Health Services Clinic for proper disposal
For emotional or mental health issues and referrals to psychologists or psychiatrists, Bellarmine University has a fully staffed Counseling Center. Please call 502.272.8480.
Private breast pumping area for nursing mothers
Bellarmine recognizes the importance of mothers being able to pump in a private location when away from their babies. For this reason, Bellarmine provides three convenient pumping locations that are shielded from view and free from intrusion. These rooms all have electrical outlets, and refrigerators are available in the room or nearby. For access privacy code, please contact the Human Resources Office at 502.272.8435.
- Pasteur Hall room 251
- Allen Hall room 108A
- Flynn Building room 129