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Are there health services available for students on campus?

Last Updated: Mar 03, 2016  |  33 Views

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Yes!  There are free health services available for currently-enrolled NWTC students.

There is a Nurse Practitioner available on the Green Bay campus to treat patients for common ailments, including ear infections, strep throat, sinus infections, cold & flu and more at no cost.

• Monday and Wednesday / by appointment only from 8:30-11:00am and 1-4pm
• Monday-Thursday from 11am-1pm / walk-ins

At this time the health care is available on the NWTC Green Bay Campus located in the Health and Wellness Office (SC120-off the Commons), but is available to all currently enrolled students at NWTC.
When students visit, they need to bring a current NWTC student photo I.D. Bellin Health maintains all records and no one at NWTC has access to individual records. Students can call 920-498-6993 or stop by SC121 with any questions.

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