Health Services Founder's Hall, Room email@example.com 610-902-8400Fax: 610-902-8282
Monday–Friday:9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Physician by appointment.
Whether you have a health emergency or would like to know more about personal health care, you can expect excellent care by the professionals in Cabrini College Health Services.
Our mission is to provide quality, confidential, age‑appropriate care that is accessible, affordable, cost‑effective, and culturally sensitive.
We support students in the pursuit of their academic goals and personal development through clinical health services and educational opportunities in health promotion and disease prevention.
Maintaining personal health is vital to success as a college student. Cabrini College expects all full-time students to carry personal health insurance.
Beginning August, 2014, Cabrini will no longer be sponsoring a student health insurance plan. There are multiple websites available to assist you in acquiring the insurance policy best suited to your needs.
If you need additional information, please contact Health Services.
2013-14 Insurance Information
West Nile Virus Information - The Philadelphia Department of Public Health (PDPH) has recently identified the city's first symptomatic human West Nile Virus (WNV) infection for the 2014 season. In late July, an adult resident became ill with West Nile Virus. This individual was hospitalized and is now recovering at home. Since July, mosquitoes infected with WNV continue to be detected throughout Philadelphia and surrounding counties in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. Over the next few weeks, as we move through the height of the 2014 season, the risk of human infection will continue to increase in the area.
To reduce your risk of exposure, you should use repellent with DEET (> 20% to also prevent tick bites), Picaridin, or oil of lemon eucalyptus when outdoors, especially during peak mosquito hours (dusk and dawn). Also, regularly check and remove standing water outside your home (e.g., unused pools, tires) and keep well-fitted screems on windows and doors.
For more information about West Nile Virus, visit the CDC website.
All new full‑time undergraduate students are required to complete a physical exam and provide an up‑to‑date immunization record.
A registered nurse is available weekdays from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. to provide emergency first aid, treat minor illness, and provide information and education.
In case of serious emergency, students are sent to area hospitals.
Students who are seriously ill when Health Services is closed are advised to call Public Safety at 610-902-8245 for an immediate course of action.
Susan M. Fitzgerald, RN, BSN Director of Student Health Services firstname.lastname@example.org
Madeline Danny, DOCollege Physician
Joanne MattioniSecretary610-902-8531 email@example.com