Western Kentucky University

WKU Health Services : Clinical Services

WKUHS Clinical Services

Health Services offers comprehensive medical services to students, faculty, staff and all members of the WKU community. University staff and faculty (and their dependents) are eligible to use Health Services. Patients will be asked to provide primary health insurance coverage at the time of services. Health Services uses a fee-for-service schedule so charges are billed to your primary insurance plan as a courtesy; patients are responsible for any remaining balance.

**Health Services currently is unable to accept Medicare or Medicaid or any State Medicaid Insurance Plan.**

Services Available


Over The Counter Medications (OTCs)
The following over the counter medications are available to purchase: Ibuprofen (200mg, 100 tablets) - $5.00, Acetaminophen (500mg, 100 tablets) - $5.00, Hydrocortisone cream (1oz) - $6.00, Antibiotic oinment - $8.00

Physicals are offered by appointment only. General physical exams are available for pre-employment, school, sports, and CDLs. WKUHS can also provide your annual comprehensive physical. Departments that require physicals at WKUHS include: Teacher Education, Nursing, Athletics, ICSET, ROTC, Agriculture, Facilities Management and Peace Corp.

If you need a prescription and have not been seen by one of our providers, you will need to schedule an appointment. The provider will then e-prescribe your prescription to the pharmacy of your choice. If you need to refill a prescription, please call (270) 745-5641, press option #3 and provide specific information regarding your refill. A follow up visit may be necessary to refill your prescription.

Sports medicine visits are for anyone who is physically active. Providers are available to treat injuries, and refer patients to a specialist if needed.

Pulmonary Function Testing
Test that measure breathing capacity and other pulmonary functions are available for screening and diagnostic purposes.

An electrocardiogram, which measure the electrical activity of the heart is available for diagnostic purposes.

 Last Modified 10/16/13