Student Health Services
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Student Health Services provides confidential services without regard to race, religion, ancestry, sex, age, sexual orientation, physical or mental disability, as well as marital, military or veteran status.
Parent notification occurs only when a student is under 18 years of age or a student is medically unable to make a decision. Students 18 or older must sign a written consent form to release any information.
Do our health records remain confidential?
1. When there is risk of imminent harm to yourself or another person.
Some illnesses have reporting requirements to the state, such as bacterial meningitis or an animal bite. For more information, see Disease and Injury Reporting Requirements.
Health Services staff and affiliated health care providers, including counseling and psychological services staff, retain the privilege to consult with one another about clients for treatment and/or training purposes.