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The Health Center promotes optimal wellness in students by modifying or removing health-related barriers to learning, enabling individuals to make informed decisions about health-related concerns and empowering students to be self-directed consumers of health-care services.

The goals of the Health Center are consistent with maintenance of confidentiality provided in a caring comfortable atmosphere.

To Make An Appointment

To make an appointment, call the Health Center at 706.236.2267.

You will be asked the reason for the appointment to ensure you are scheduled with the appropriate health provider and given any special instructions before your appointment

Required Student Information

All Berry College students are required to have certain information on file at the Health Center. This information includes a self-reported health history, a complete immunization record signed by a health care provider, a tuberculosis screening form signed by a health care provider, and a copy of your health insurance card. Berry College requires that students receive two Measles, Mumps, and Rubella vaccinations, and a Tetanus within the last 10 years.  Georgia state law requires all resident students to receive the meningococcal meningitis vaccine, or sign a waiver stating their understanding of the requirement, but expressing a choice to decline the vaccine. Students who are commuters are exempt from the meningitis requirement.  Without this information, students will not be permitted to register for their classes in the semester following their enrollment.  All forms may be accessed online by logging into Medicat Patient Portal with your VikingWeb credentials.

Health Insurance is strongly recommended for each student. Private health insurance options are available through the Affordable Care Act.  Please, refer to for more information.  You may contact the Health Center for any question you have regarding insurance options.

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