Hours Monday through Saturday 7:30 a.m.–7:30 p.m. Sunday 11 a.m.-3 p.m. A nurse is on-call after hours.
Our doctors and nurses are educators, first and foremost. They are central to the team that guides students as they build knowledge and make decisions about nutrition, activity, relationships, and preventative practices, as students develop habits for a healthy future.
Students are always encouraged to come to the Health Center to talk about any and all health issues including physical, emotional, and psychological well-being. And when reactive action is required for an emergency, the Health Center is there to treat a wide range of illness and injury.
Students requiring professional medical, dental, and mental health services beyond the scope of the Tracy Health Center are referred to nearby Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center and other community health offices. The nursing staff makes all necessary transportation arrangements for off-campus student appointments.
Tracy Health Center is a clinical site for nursing students from Colby Sawyer College and Norwich University. Student nurses spend clinical time in the Health Center as a residency for school nursing and adolescent care.
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Professionally staffed Health Center with a 24-hour on-call nurse
A full-time faculty counselor to educate students and our community
Wellness educational programming appropriate for every grade level
Ongoing professional training for faculty
Integrated Advising support all students
Students treated by and referred to local doctors and specialists
We are excited to welcome Melissa to the Kimball Union community as our next Director of Health Services. Melissa is an RN who previously served as Nursing Director for the Emergency Room and Birthing Center at Alice Peck Day Hospital. In this capacity she oversees a division with 45 nurses who care for 9,000 patients and 300 births annually. A familiar name and face for many in our community, Melissa lives here in Plainfield and brings a balanced level of professionalism, flexibility and humor that we know will suit her well as she transitions to our community.