Student Services

Student Health Clinic

Boynton Health Service provides quality healthcare services by medical professionals on campus to all enrolled MCTC students at the Student Health Clinic. We treat currently enrolled MCTC students for common illnesses and injuries, testing (laboratory and x-ray on site), routine medical exams, and mental health services. The Student Health Clinic at MCTC is available as a result of advocacy efforts by Wellness Advocates for You (W.A.Y.), a collaborative effort of students, faculty, staff, community organizations and leaders to bring wellness education and services to the MCTC campus.

No out-of-pocket cost!

Most services have no out-of-pocket cost and are paid through the Health Services fee included in your tuition. You must present your Student ID to use Student Health Clinic at MCTC. You do not need health insurance to access the health clinic services. Services provided are:

  • Routine preventive medical exams like physical exams, women's annual pelvic exams or pap smears, women's birth control evaluation
  • Acute care for minor injuries and common illness
  • Laboratory testing
  • X-ray services on-site
  • Flu and Tetanus vaccines (Td and Tdap)
  • Community referrals when necessary

*If you do have health insurance, please bring your health insurance card to your clinic visit.
**At this time we do not see patients for ADHD or Acutane.

Mental health evaluation and referral

Painful feelings such as anxiety, anger, depression, low self-esteem and tension are a normal part of being human and can affect anyone. Sometimes these feelings are temporary and can be eased by rest, relaxation, exercise, good nutrition and support of trusted friends. At other times stressors, relationships, or past family experiences cannot be managed so easily and become overwhelming. When this happens, and you find it hard to function, you may want to seek professional help.

Our friendly clinic staff includes a licensed psychologist for counseling and psychotherapy (up to 6 sessions per year) and an Advanced Practice Registered Nurse (APRN) for medication management.

Current students

Learn more about services, hours, or access the appointment and nurse line phone numbers by logging into the intranet.

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