University Health Services

Student Health Clinic

Gardner-Webb University partners with Atrium Health to provide student health services for traditional undergraduate and on-campus residential students. The mission of the clinic is to provide comprehensive high quality healthcare for traditional undergraduate and on-campus residential students. Gardner-Webb is committed to the overall wellness of students. 

Gardner-Webb is providing healthcare for traditional undergraduate and on-campus residential students through a student health fee. Additionally, no claims will be submitted to a student's health insurance provider for the level of care provided through the Student Health Clinic. 

Clinic Services:

  • First aid / treatment for minor injuries
  • Treatment for minor illnesses
  • Lab work (e.g., blood work, allergy shots)
  • Student athlete physicals
  • Health education, training, and support
  • Care coordination- If a student can't find care, the clinic will help them navigate their options and find the right solutions, quickly and confidentially

Clinic Hours (Office and Virtual):

Office:

Summer Session Hours:

Monday - Thursday, 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Fall & Spring Semester Hours:

Monday- Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. 

Closed from 1:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. for Medical Staff's lunch

Virtual:

Students can meet with providers via phone or video calls during office hours. After hours and weekend support is available via Nurse Triage Line as well as Atrium Health's 24/7 virtual on-call provider that can provide care coordination. 

Location:

The Student Health Clinic is located at 148 Memorial Dr. Shelby, NC 28152.  

Phone Number:

980-487-2390

Confidentiality: 

The Student Health Clinic complies with federal and state laws regarding the confidentiality and security of medical records, including HIPAA. No information concerning a patient's health or health records will be disclosed without authorization.

Emergency Care

Dial 911 or 9-911 from any campus phone.

Notice: As soon as convenient, students should inform their Resident Assistant (RA) when medical emergencies occur involving residential students. A student always retains the right to be transported by ambulance to the hospital. If a student is hurt or sick and requests an ambulance or the Residence Education staff deems necessary, dial 911 immediately for emergency assistance. RA’s or GRD’s are not allowed to transport sick or injured students.