Medical services are provided on Millikin's campus at the DMH-Millikin Health Clinic by Decatur Memorial Hospital, which includes a full-time nurse practitioner, Brittany Patrick, NP, Office Coordinator, Sherie Phelps, R.N., Wendy Scott, and medical direction from board certified physician, Dr. Roberto Pabalate, M.D.
Medical services provided by the Health Clinic include:
- Evaluation and treatment of medical illness/injury
- Screening for blood pressure, blood sugar and cholesterol
- Medication management
- Allergy injections
- Vaccine administration
- TB skin tests
- Physical examinations
- STD screenings
- On-site clinical laboratory
- Wound care
- Pregnancy tests
- Strep tests
In addition, DMH provides a number of wellness and preventative services, including weight management coaching, nutrition coaching, diabetes education and management, physical therapy and smoking cessation programs. Please call 217-424-6360 to discuss these additional services.
Students and employees are charged for office visits, minor procedures, laboratory tests, and injections. Health Clinic personnel will administer allergy shots to students. Students are responsible for obtaining the serum and orders from their allergist. The serum can be stored in Health Clinic. There is a charge for each injection. Services provided will be billed to the student's and/or employee's private insurance. If the student and/or employee does not have insurance, the bill will be sent directly to them.
Tetanus and Menactra vaccines are available, as well as Influenza, Pneumonia and MMR (Measles, Mumps, Rubella) vaccines.
The Health Clinic offers a full laboratory service.
Billing and Insurance
Students and parents are advised to check their own medical insurance plans to be sure students are covered while enrolled at Millikin. The Health Clinic will bill insurance companies; a statement will be provided if requested. Upon entering Millikin, a student is required to complete a University Health Report and must meet all state requirements regarding immunizations. Failure to comply with state mandates will cancel registration privileges.
Students need to carry their insurance card while attending Millikin.
Call 217-424-6360 to schedule an appointment. We are open Monday-Friday, 9am to 4pm, when classes are in session.