University Health Services
Onsite health and wellness services for both students and employees.
All campus health and wellness services are provided through UPMC, MyHealth@School. The University of Pittsburgh Medical Center is the region's largest medical provider.
Dr. Andy Joseph Mulhollen, DO, is accepting new primary care patients.
Nurse Practitioner, Bethany Bricen Prince, currently accepting appointments.
- Stay tuned for expanded services.
Appointments: All visits must be scheduled in advance (814-472-3008) at this time due to COVID-19 restrictions. View COVID-19 updates.
(Extended on call hours are in place for COVID concerns)
Core Services Available to Students & Employees
- FNP and PCP appointments (on-site)
- Women's Health Services (on-site)
- Point of Care Testing (strep, UTI, blood sugar, etc.)
- Symptomatic COVID-19 testing by appointment only
- Routine Allergy Shots
- Wellness Programs
- CPR certification
- Prescriptions delivery to campus by Mainline Pharmacy
- Medical clearances for clinical rotations (including physical examinations, PPD's, titers and urine drug screening)
HOURS AND CONTACT INFORMATION
PLEASE CALL 911 FOR AN EMERGENCY
Location: DiSepio Institute for Rural Health and Wellness
Appointment-only due to COVID Concerns
Your health. Our priority.
MyHealth@School at Saint Francis provides care and treatment for sudden, short term illness and injuries. The illnesses common to young adult college students include colds, sinus infections, stomach viruses, urinary tract infections, pink eye, rashes and sprains.
Students who have more severe illnesses, injuries that need further evaluation or chronic medical problems may be referred back to their primary care doctor or to a specialist.
The health center staff will schedule both in-person and telemedicine appointments for students. Appointments may be scheduled by calling 814-472-3008.
Convenient Campus Care
Did you know that as an employee of Saint Francis University you can access a suite of health care services at little to no cost right here on campus (even if you do not have insurance through the university)?
Thanks to our partnership with UPMC, employees can conveniently access even more services through Saint Francis University’s Health Center in the DiSepio Institute of Rural Health and Wellness.
Appointments may be scheduled by calling 814-472-3008. For telemedicine the UPMC AnywhereCare app is free for employees and their spouses until 5 pm.
Meet The Staff
The Health Center is staffed by a
licensed practical nurse
and a client accounts manager.
We have partnered with UPMC to provide telemedicine for acute illness and injury. We now also offer on-campus appointments with established healthcare professionals including a nurse practitioner and a primary care physician. Most services are provided free of charge however physician services may need to be billed.
We work closely with other areas such as the Center for Well-Being, the UPMC Center for Rehabilitation Services, Sports Medicine, and Exercise Physiology departments to promote health and wellness on the campus of SFU.
Not all illnesses and injuries happen during regular office hours. For medical assistance outside normal business hours or during weekends/holidays, the options below are available.
Emergency transportation is available by Cresson Area Ambulance Association if immediate transportation is needed.
NOTE: Your insurance may not be accepted at these locations. If scheduling an appointment, please ask in advance what charges may be incurred.
Med Express (Urgent Care)
Johnstown Location: 1221 Scalp Avenue, Johnstown, PA 15904
Phone: 814-366-1138Hours: Daily 9:00am - 9:00pm
Altoona Location: 300 E Plank Road, Altoona, PA 16602
Hours: Daily 9:00am - 9:00pm
Miners Medical Center: Emergency Department
290 Haida Avenue, Hastings, PA 16646
UPMC Altoona: Emergency Department
620 Howard Avenue, Altoona, PA 16601
Center for Well-Being
Center for Well-Being
Mental Health Crisis Intervention
Suicide Prevention Lifeline
Women's Help Center
Current Students: Students can access their records by going to my.francis.edu, current students tab, and student health portal. Students must give written permission in order for parents to gain information about their illness or injury.
Former Students: Former students requesting copies of their SFU medical records can do so by completing the Medical Records Release Form and submitting it to the Student Health Center: A $5.00 processing fee (via credit card or a check made payable to Saint Francis University) is required prior to records being released.