Student Health Center

The Health Center is located in Miller Student Services, Room 170

Welcome to the Student Health Center

Statement of Purpose: To provide high quality medical and behavioral health care to Fort Lewis College students supporting their academic success and ability to participate fully in curricular and co-curricular programs of their choosing.

The experienced professional staff of registered nurses, nurse practitioners, and family physicians provides "one-stop shopping" for most student health needs, including laboratory and pharmacy services. 

The Student Health Center offers affordable and accessible health care services. We are located in the Miller Student Services Building next to the Registrar's Office. To contact us, please call (970) 247-7355. Our fax number is  (970) 247-7621.


 Ebola Update:
Follow this link to the Center for Disease Control for the latest news and tips for self-monitoring related to the Ebola outbreak in Africa and its effect on the U.S.
Follow this link to the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment.

 Health Center Notice:
New and transfer students must provide a complete immunization record.
Click here for more information.

 Fort Lewis College does not discriminate on the basis of race, age, color, religion, national origin, gender, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, political beliefs, or veteran status. 

Health Center Hours

Summer Hours:


June and July:

Monday & Wednesday

8:30am-12pm 1pm-4:30pm



Monday - Friday

8:30am - 4:30pm


Who: Currently enrolled students.
What: One-stop shopping for most of your health care needs.
Where: 170 Miller Student Services Building
How: Call (970) 247-7355 for an appointment or drop-in.




Need Health Insurance?

Fort Lewis College is pleased to offer a Student Health Insurance Plan designed specifically for FLC students.  Participation in the plan is voluntary.  All students are encouraged to carry health insurance while attending college.  The Plan for 2014-15 is provided by Summit America and underwritten by Nationwide Life Insurance Company.  There is a broad network of participating area physicians and medical facilities to meet your healthcare needs. 

Students can enroll in the health insurance plan, view the brochure, find a provider, or print a temporary ID card by visiting the Summit America web site. Once on the webpage, click on the bullet titled "Online Enrollment System" to purchase coverage and pay with a credit card.  If you'd prefer to pay with a check, print and complete the paper enrollment form per the directions included on the form.  Please read the "Effective and Termination Dates" in the brochure, which are different for athletes (Club and Intercollegiate) and non-athletes.


"Students with disabilities who require reasonable accommodations to fully participate in course activities or meet course requirements must contact the Disability Services Office by contacting, Dian Jenkins, the Director of Disability Services, 280 Noble Hall, 970-247-7459, and/or, for an appointment as soon as possible."