About Dartmouth's Health Service

About The Health Service

The Dartmouth College Health Service believes that good health is a vital part of every student's college experience. We are here to provide high-quality care and services for Dartmouth students and to develop and promote health education information for students to maintain a healthy lifestyle during college and in the years ahead.

We are state-licensed and affiliated with the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center (DHMC). Our staff will assist with referrals to DHMC or other community providers for services not available through the Health Service. Students requiring immediate medical attention when the Health Service is closed are directed to local urgent care or the DHMC Emergency Department. The cost of DHMC and other non-Health Service care is billed by the provider to the student.

Provided Services

The Health Service includes:

  • Alcohol & Drug Education
  • Allergy Injections
  • Athletic/Sports Medicine & Athletic Trainers
  • Counseling
  • Health Resources/Education
  • Immunizations
  • Inpatient Admissions
  • Lab Tests (Routine)
  • Men's Health
  • Musculoskeletal Assessment/Physical Therapy Clinic
  • Nursing Advice
  • Nutrition Counseling
  • Peer Education and Advising
  • Pharmacy (on-site) and a vending machine with non-prescription medications
  • Primary Care & Preventive Medicine
  • Sexual Abuse Awareness Program
  • Sexual Health Programs
  • STI/HIV Testing
  • Travel Health¬†
  • Women's Health
  • X-ray

Location and Parking

The Health Service is located at the north end of campus, near Occum Pond. The entrance for parking is on Maynard Street. There are reserved spaces for patients and visitors in the lot behind 5 Rope Ferry and Dick's House. There is no street parking on Rope Ferry Road. Bike racks are available by the front and back entrances.

The Health Service is wheelchair accessible. An elevator in Dick's House services both 5 and 7 Rope Ferry Road.