All appointments for the Wellness Center must be made online or by calling Dial-A-Nurse. The Wellness Center does not accept walk-in appointments,A registered nurse is available by phone during Wellness Center hours to assist students with counseling and health concerns/questions.
Online Appointment Scheduling
The Wellness Center offers a limited number of online appointments daily that can be scheduled through Open Communicator. If you require a same-day appointment or have scheduling limitations, please call Dial-a-Nurse at 773.508.8883.
The Wellness Center offers weekly, FREE groups for LUC students! The groups are designed to fit the different needs of students, examples include a meditation group and a stress management group. Sign up for a group today!
Are you passionate about promoting health and wellness? Looking to give back to the Loyola community? This group of peer health educators does just that! Applications are now being accepted for the 2017-2018 school year. Interested students can download and complete an application today, click above to get started! Applications are due Wednesday, March 15th by 5 pm.
The Wellness Center does not give travel immunizations. If you are planning to travel abroad and need immunizations, we have put together a referral list of local clinics that offer this service.
Welcome to your online health magazine! You can access monthly articles about health topics that are relevant to you and learn more about events related to your health taking place at Loyola.
All full-time Loyola students must complete the two-step process to verify proof of immunity. Step 1: Enter your immunizations on LOCUS. Step 2: Submit your official immunization record to the Wellness Center via fax, mail, or in person.
Zika (ZEE-KA) virus is spread to people through mosquito bites. There is evidence that the Zika virus can also be sexually transmitted. An outbreak of Zika virus is occurring in parts of the world, including a part of Florida. Currently, people living in the greater Chicago area who have not traveled to these areas are generally not considered at risk for infection. Couples who are pregnant or are trying to become pregnant should take precautions when traveling to countries where there is an outbreak. For detailed information about the Zika virus, including prevention, visit the CDC website.
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• Appointment reminders
• Notifications when your lab test results are in
• An alert when your health records are available for pick-up