Perth Campus Health Services
Perth Campus Health Services provides professional and confidential medical services. Our nurse practitioner provides assessment and treatment of minor illnesses or injury with no appointment necessary.
Times Available at Perth
Health Services Office closed for the summer 2015 – Re-opens Aug 11th at noon
To book an appointment with the nurse to meet immunization requirements for clinical /field placement, please book and appointment with the receptionist
Bring all of your personal immunizations records with you – get copies from your family doctor, the Health Unit your high school was serviced by, other clinics where you received vaccines
SEE YOU IN AUGUST!
Have a safe, fun summer
To make an appointment
- come in person,
- e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org )
- call 613 267-2859 x 6546
- Janet Helmer, Health Nurse
A nurse practitioner (NP) is an advanced practice registered nurse (APRN) who has completed graduate-level education (either a Master of nursing or Doctor of Nursing Practice degree). Nurse practitioners treat both physical and mental conditions through comprehensive history taking, physical exams, and ordering and interpreting diagnostic tests. NPs can diagnose a wide range of acute and chronic diseases (within their scope of practice) and provide appropriate treatment for patients, including prescribing medications. NPs can serve as a patient’s primary health care provider, and see patients of all ages depending on their specialty (family, pediatrics, geriatrics, etc.). The core philosophy of the field is individualized care that focuses on patients’ conditions as well as the effects of illness on the lives of the patients and their families. NPs make prevention, wellness, and patient education priorities. In addition to health care services, NPs conduct research and are often active in patient advocacy activities. To become licensed/certified to practice, Nurse Practitioners are certified in an area of specialty practice (such as Primary Health Care) and are licensed through the Provincial Regulatory organization.
Start Early to get Medical Forms for Program Entry!
If you need to submit medical forms for your program you need to plan ahead and start early! Forms must be submitted prior to field placements. The process usually takes a minimum of two weeks to complete, but may take up to four weeks depending on your immunization history. The nurse practitioner can help you with the completion of the forms and all required blood work, immunizations and TB testing.
PLEASE NOTE: Some programs have specific deadlines for form completion. If you have any questions regarding requirements or deadlines, please contact your program coordinator.
Health Services for Students
- Birth control information, and emergency contraception – Plan B
- Emergency treatment for minor injury or illness
- Treatment for headaches, colds, etc.
- Flu shots (during flu season as established by Public Health)
- Health and nutrition counselling (stress, exercise, quit smoking, drugs, alcohol)
- Note: for academic, career or personal counseling, please see Counselling Services
- Blood tests required for your programs medical form
- Tuberculosis (TB) testing
- Vaccinations, including Hepatitis B, tetanus, and MMR (mumps/measles/rubella)
In cooperation with Counselling Services and the Centre for Students with Disabilities, we offer help with almost any problem you may have.