Hours of Operation:
Monday/Tuesday/Thursday/Friday: 8:00am - 4:30pm
Wednesday: 10:00am - 4:30pm
Phone Number: (270) 745-5641
IF YOU HAVE AN EMERGENCY: CALL 911
click here for after hours care info
WKU Health Services partners with HyGreen and implements new technology.
Welcome to the WKUHS Web Site
WKU Health Services is a full service primary care center dedicated to providing all members of the WKU campus community with quality medical services. We value the opportunity to provide our patients with timely, accessible, convenient and high quality health care right here on campus. We have 3 full-time board certified physicians with specialties in family practice and internal medicine and 2 nurse practitioners with specialties in mental health services and general practice.
We have made capital investments in resources to provide our patients with state-of-the-art treatments and diagnostic capabilities. These include digital imaging for X-ray, CBC machine for complete blood count in the laboratory, drug testing capabilities for commercial driving licensing and other state mandates, vaccines for travel and other physicals and electronic medical records to enhance the accuracy of record keeping, billing and claims submission and the security of personal health information.
We are proud of our unique position in college healthcare and the convenience we offer the WKU community. We hope you will take advantage of our services, get involved with our programs and visit our facility the next time you are seeking medical treatment.
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