The mission of Health Services is to facilitate the educational success of our students by offering services and resources to promote physical, social and emotional health and well-being. In addition, Health Services seek to protect the health of the college community through enforcement of all New York State Immunization Laws and public health mandates.
Health Services is open to all students, staff and faculty free of charge. All visits are kept confidential. We also provide a supportive and safe haven for students and others during difficult or troubling times.
Students born on or after January 1, 1957 who wish to register for more than 5 credits in any single semester are required to show proof of immunity to Measles, Mumps and Rubella diseases before registering. All students regardless of age, registering for more than 5 credits must comply with the New York State Immunization Meningococcal Law.
Proof of immunization must be submitted to the Health Services Office in the Student Center prior to working with a counselor and prior to registering for classes. If you have already submitted this information during a previous semester and were cleared to register at that time, you do not have to submit your immunization record again. The Immunization Documents can be faxed (914-606-6423), emailed (Healthoffice@sunywcc.edu), mailed (Westchester Community College Health Office, 75 Grasslands Road, Valhalla, N.Y.) or brought to the Health Office (Student Center Room 181)
For more information regarding the Measles, Mumps, Rubella and Meningitis requirements see page 3 of the Immunization Form or call the Health Office at 914-606-6610.
Location: Student Center room 181.
Phone: (914) 606-6610
Fax: (914) 606-6423
Hours of operation:
Monday through Thursday: 8:30 am – 8:00 pm
Fridays 9 am -5 pm (Nurse coverage until 4)
Saturdays during the Academic School Year 9 am – 4 pm
(Closed Saturdays during Spring Break and summer months).
Janice Gilroy R.N, M.A Health Services Coordinator
Mary Barden R.N, B.S.N
Kerry Pohar R.N
- Health & Wellness Counseling for medical and emotional needs
- Height and Weight Checks
- Blood pressure and pulse monitoring
- First Aid
- Assistance with injuries and acute illnesses
- Over the Counter Medications
- Private areas and cots for resting
- All-inclusive bathroom
- Health Education, resource materials and Health Education Programs
- Immunization review and counseling
- Transfer of Immunization records to other colleges
- Free HIV Testing (Offered by our Community Partners)
Allied Health Students:
Upon admission to programs within the Health Sciences Curriculums that require clinical rotations to various hospitals, students will need to submit documentation of the results of a physical examination, laboratory tests, and specific vaccinations to Health Services. The nurses will review and provide clearances to those students who have met the criteria as set forth by the New York State Department of Health for Health Care Personnel and Clinical Affiliates. Each program (curriculum) requires the physical exam process be done at specific times.
Allied Health Physical Exam Forms can be accessed at:
- Respiratory, Radiology, Diet Technology/Foods & Nutrition and Emergency Medical Services: