Welcome to PUSH!
Our staff of board-certified physicians and nurse practitioners provide student-oriented primary care as well as ongoing care for chronic conditions. Our single-minded focus of protecting your health and wellness allows you to focus on your educational and personal goals. Please visit Medical Services to see everything we have to offer.
For your convenience, we will continue our normal business hours for summer semester.
You will even find that it is easier to get an appointment during this time.
Beginning May 16, all students not enrolled full time during the summer semester will be charged a fee for services.
Students who are covered by the Student Resources Insurance plan (and not enrolled full time) will pay a copay during this time period.
We will, of course, continue to bill insurance at your request, and you do not have to pay at the time of service.
You are eligible to be seen for services during the summer semester if:
Some of you may be aware of the recent Mumps outbreak at the Purdue campus. With that in mind, we would like to take a moment to explain the requirements to report and how your protected health information (PHI) is handled. The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA) allows PHI to be shared with public health authorities for the purpose of preventing or controlling disease. In order to comply with public health requirements, PUSH will provide the vaccination record and contact information (name, phone number, and address) for individuals affected by the mumps. This may include patients diagnosed with mumps and others who have close contact with them. PUSH may also provide a list of students who are non-compliant, have exemptions for, or are not required to complete the vaccines. Please contact PUSH at 765-494-5908 or email@example.com if you have any questions.
Students who are injured on the job must follow their employer's workers compensation policy to ensure that they receive the care that they need and to ensure that the costs of the care do not become their responsibility. PUSH is not a designated workers compensation medical facility and if you are a student employee who becomes injured or ill as a result of your job, you must follow your employer's policy regarding care.
An Advance Directive is a written document that is completed prior to an individual, over the age of 18, becoming incapacitated, or unable to make their own healthcare decisions. The document provides a detailed account of the individual’s preferences regarding healthcare treatment in the event that they become incapacitated. A Living Will and Durable Power of Attorney for Healthcare are two common types of Advance Directives. A Living Will provides instructions to physicians and family members regarding the student's desires for treatment. This is most often used to determine whether or not an individual wishes to be on life support or resuscitated. A Durable Power of Attorney specifies who the student would like to make healthcare decisions for them in the event that they are unable to make decisions on their own. For assistance regarding these documents, contact Student Legal Services.Visit Website
To access any PUSH billing statement for visits and services in the past 12 months, please click the link below. There you may log in using your user name and password. On the right column, select Account Summary and you will find a detailed bill for your visit(s).Visit Website
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