The Seminary provides health services through our on Campus Medical Clinic, located at 4501 Stanley Ave. The campus clinic is staffed with one physician and two registered nurses who will provide general family practice and minor urgent care. The clinic serves faculty, staff, students, dependents and campus guests at reduced fees.
8:30 am – 11:30 am; 1:00 pm – 4:30 pm
8:30 am – 10:00 am; 1:00 pm – 4:30 pm.
This program will allow you to receive discounted drugs from a number of different drug stores and chains such as Albertsons Food and Drug, Eckerd, Wal-Mart, etc. The discounted drug program is available without any enrollment cost to the student. The student becomes eligible at the time of enrollment in the seminary. This program also includes any dependents of the student. In addition, there is a mail-in portion of the drug program which will allow for deeper discounting. It is designed for individuals on maintenance drugs and offers a 90-day supply per order.
All students are encouraged to carry some type of health coverage for themselves and their families. The seminary does not furnish health insurance for the student or his/her family and is not responsible for providing health care or financial support for health care bills.
The Office of the Director of Student Life, The RAC, seminary extension 3930, will provide information about insurance that is offered through GuideStone Financial Resources. Representatives from GuideStone Financial Resources are on campus during the week of orientation and registration. GuideStone Financial Resources offers a number of medical plans to students.
Students are not limited to health insurance coverage by GuideStone Financial Resources and may choose a private agency or may be covered by an employer while attending seminary.