• Hendrix Services

Hendrix Clinic & Counseling Center

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  • Services

    The Hendrix Clinic and Counseling Center offers a variety of services for MSUM students. Check them out below.

    Medical Clinic
    Provides treatment and follow-up for general medical needs and chronic health problems. Appointments are recommended; when needed same day care may be available.

    Women's Clinic
    Provides treatment and services for women's health care needs. Appointments are recommended; when needed, same day care may be available.

    Mental Health Services
    HCCC has two licensed psychologists on staff who provide mental health counseling for students.

    Counseling Services (FREE and confidential appointments available to all students)
    Licensed Addiction Counselor: Provides assessment, individual and group counseling, crisis intervention services, and referral to off-campus resources when appropriate. Appointments are recommended, same day care may be available when needed.
    Sexual Assault Counselor: Provides short-term individual, and group counseling. Appointments are recommended, same day care may be available when needed.

    Provides Prescription and non-prescription (over-the-counter) medications at competitive prices. Use your phone to order refills (218) 477-5875.

    Laboratory services performed at the Health Service include: routine blood counts, urinalysis, throat cultures, STD cultures, pregnancy test. Charges are at a reduced rate and due at the time of service. Insurance forms for reimbursement are completed and available at time of service. The samples for tests which cannot be done in Hendrix Clinic and Counseling Center are sent to a reference Laboratory for testing.

    Non-Emergent, Ambulatory Care
    For health maintenance, such as immunizations, allergy injections, annual gynecological examinations, STD and HIV screening, treatment of minor illness, and consultation. Referral for services not available on site (e.g. X-ray, emergency trauma care, surgery, specialty exams). Charges at the referral sites are the responsibility of the patient.