Health and Wellness
Our Vision is to hold student health as a priority by providing comprehensive health care to educate, support and encourage students how to achieve a lifetime of optimum health and total wellness encompassing body, mind and spirit.
Our Mission is to provide the Schreiner University community with personal and confidential quality health care in a caring and engaging environment, and to encourage healthier lifestyle choices through health and wellness education, programming and services.
Our Goal is for each student to achieve maximum academic success by achieving and maintaining maximum mental and physical health.
New Meningococcal Vaccine State Law Update as of October 1, 2013:
All *entering students
22 years or younger must have received the meningococcal vaccination within the past five years and
*By definition, “entering students” includes all students new to Schreiner University and includes those students who have had a break in enrollment of at least one fall or spring semester from any college or university including as a student at Schreiner University.
The Health and Wellness Center requests the vaccination certification be submitted at least 15 days prior to the earliest date to allow adequate time for processing: either moving on to campus or first day of classes or participation in University activities (athletics, etc.).
Requirements as of October 1, 2013
New Meningococcal Vaccine Requirement
The Health & Wellness Center
is located in the Mountaineer Fitness Center [map]
CMB 6250, 2100 Memorial Blvd.
Kerrville, TX 78028-5697
phone: (830) 792-7279 * fax: (830) 792-0721
9am - 5pm Monday thru Friday
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FOR MEDICAL EMERGENCIES: Dial 911
You may need to dial 9 for an outside line depending on the phone you are using. Medical Emergencies include such life threatening conditions as:
• Difficulty breathing
• Major injury
• Severe bleeding that won't stop
• Unconsciousness or drug overdose
• Convulsions that will not stop
AFTER HOURS CARE
In the event of minor problems, care needs can be discussed with your residence hall director or assistant. If the problem requires medical intervention, you can call your personal doctor or the doctor on call for:
The Franklin Clinic at 830-792-5800
Peterson Regional Medical Center at 830-896-4200
Family Practice Associates at 830-896-4711
Boerne Acute Care Center at 830-249-9995
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