Hendrix College provides on-campus health services to the student body. Services are provided by an Advanced Practice Nurse in collaboration with a local physician. The Advanced Practice Nurse provides basic medical assessment and treatment for minor illnesses, physician referral services, and many other student health services. Students who require services beyond the scope of the clinic will be referred to a local physician. This includes management of moderate to severe illnesses, radiology and advanced laboratory services.
Appointments are strongly encouraged. Please call 501-450-1448 for non-emergent appointments. Walk-in patients are seen only as the schedule allows.
- Monday, Tuesday, Thursday &Friday: 8:30am- 4:30 pm (last appointment at 3:45)
- Closed for lunch: 12:15-12:45
- Wednesday patient hours: 12:45-3:45
Health Insurance Requirement
All Hendrix College students are required to have health insurance, through a family employee plan, a private insurer or the quality plan offered by the college. The school plan is serviced by Consolidated Health Plans and underwritten by Nationwide Life Insurance Company. You may contact Chris Simon at 501-450-1336 or email@example.com for questions.
MMR (measles, mumps, & rubella)
The Arkansas State Board of Health requires students to show proof of immunization, immunity, a medical or non-medical exemption, or birth before 1957. Incoming freshmen and foreign-born students (any student born outside the United States of America), must have two doses of MMR vaccine.
Proof of immunization, immunity, a medical or non-medical exemption, or birth before 1957 must be provided within 30 calendar days after enrollment. If such proof is not provided, the student will be excluded from Hendrix College until documentation is provided.
Accepted proof of immunizations include an immunization record provided by:
- a licensed physician
- health department
- military service
- official record from another educational institution in Arkansas
- Terms such as "compete" or "up-to-date" are not acceptable
- Proof of immunity: A copy of the serological test should be submitted to the Arkansas Department of Health Immunization Section, along with a letter requesting that the serological test be accepted as proof of immunity. After review by the Medical Director, a letter will be sent to both the individual and the college
Hendrix College and the Arkansas Department of Health recognizes medical, religious & philosophical exemptions. All of which are issued by the Arkansas Department of Health. You may contact the Arkansas Department of Health, Immunization section,
firstname.lastname@example.org to request an application.
Meningococcal Meningitis Advisement
Meningococcal Meningitis is a rare but potentially dangerous illness. Although the risk of contracting this disease is low for the general population, there is increased risk for college-aged students due to risk factors that often are a part of campus life. One of these risk factors include residence hall living. As a preventative measure, Hendrix College requires students be vaccinated against the potentially fatal disease. Please check with your health care providers or local department of health for further information regarding available vaccines or contact us at (501) 450-1448.