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COMMUNITY MEDICAL CENTER

Welcome to the Community Medical Center! The Community Medical Center strives to provide the highest quality of patient-centered services for students. Our providers and medical staff are highly trained and experienced to deliver a full range of diagnostic and treatment services. The Community Medical Center is located at the northwest corner on the Wells campus (directly across from Dodge Residence Hall). We hope the information listed on this page is beneficial! If you have any questions or would like additional information please contact the Medical Center at 315-364-3273.


HEALTH CENTER COMMITTEE

The Health Center Committee (HCC) acts as a liaison between the Campus Community and the Medical Center. The HCC meets on a regular basis to discuss student concerns and consider matters of importance to the health of the student community. Also, the HCC meets with the Medical Center every semester to discuss concerns. The HCC is a part of the  student government (Collegiate Cabinet).


To set up an appointment at the Medical Center please call
ext. 3273
or
ext. 3388


All visits are by appointment, unless of course there is an emergency. When calling for an appointment please identify yourself as a Wells College student and explain the reason for the visit. If you are extremely sick, please express urgency when scheduling your appointment. The Medical Center will try their best to work around your class schedules, but understand that there may be times when we have no other time available than during a class time.

If you are unable to keep your appointment PLEASE call the office and cancel! Failure to cancel in advance may result in a no-show fee.

Also, please remember to bring your student ID and your health insurance information to your appointment!

It is the policy of the Community Medical Center to review submitted Health Reports for compliance with NYSDOH, Public Health Law 125, as it pertains to post-secondary institutions. The report includes a Health History, an Authorization Form (consent to provide medical services to anyone under 18 years old must have parent or guardian signature), home physician information, Immunization Record, the Meningococcal Vaccine Information Sheet (to be signed by parent or adult student) and a Physical Examination Form. All students received these forms in the Enrollment Handbook.

If these forms are not received it could result in a students dismissal from the College - including all sports or other campus activities and housing. NYS resident students must comply with proof of immunization or exemption within 30 days, or 45 days for out-of-state or foreign resident students. Wells College is obligated to dismiss non-compliant students under state law. Proof of immunization or exemption will be required for readmission to Wells College. 

Monday - 8am to 5pm
Tuesday - 8am to 5pm
Wednesday - 8am to 5pm
Thursday - 8am to 5pm
Friday - 8am to 5pm
Saturday - Closed
Sunday - Closed

You can also reach our after hours answering service at 1-888-586-8342

After Hours

If you have a medical emergency during the time that the Medical Center is closed, please contact the Department of Campus Safety at 315-364-3229 and an officer will assist you.

Medical, Counseling and Administrative Staff

Medical Staff

Heather MacAdam, MD:
BS - Hofstra University
MD - University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry
Intern/Resident Internal Medicine - Columbia University's Primary Care Program (Bassett Hospital)
Board Certified in Internal Medicine since 1998
Member: American Medical Association, American College of Physicians, American Society of Addiction Medicine

Medical Director: Cayuga Addiction Recovery Services

 
Colleen Saxton, FNP:
BSRN - Keuka College
MSN - SUNY Upstate Medical Center
Board Certified FNP (American Nurses Credentialing Center) since 1997
Member: Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing, NYSNP Association (Fingerlakes Chapter)
 
Scott Biter, PA-C: 
PA - George Washington University
 
Counseling Staff
 
Cynthia Delap, LCSW
BS - Empire State College
MSW - Syracuse University
 
David Hall, LMSW
BSW - Rochester Institute of Technology
MSW - Syracuse University
 
Ellen Ross, PsyD
NYS licensed psychoanalyst with over 30 years experience as a modern psychoanalyst. Further information about her can be found on the goodtherapy.org website. Dr. Ross practices in Auburn, NY.
 
Michael Sullivan, LMSW
BS - Penn State University
MSW - Nazareth College/SUNY Brockport
 
Sarah Van Orman, LCSW
BA - Wells College; MSW - University of Alaska Anchorage
 
Stephanie Zuber, LMHC
BSW - Eastern University, St. Davids, PA
MMHC - SUNY Oswego
 
 
 
Administrative Staff
 
Tara Williams, Office Manager
 

Medical Care and Mental Health / Personal Counseling

Medical Care:  Routine health care at the Community Medical Center is covered by student/family health insurance plans, with the College paying any outstanding co-pays or deductibles to ensure students receive care at no additional cost. However, the College does not cover co-pays or deductibles for outside laboratory tests, x-rays, consultations, or surgery. Please consult with staff at the Medical Center regarding covered services.

Counseling:  Professional counseling services are available by appointment at the Community Medical Center. Students may see a counselor every other week for up to eight visits per semester (16 per year), unless additional sessions are recommended by the therapist. Student health insurance plans are not used for counseling services; the College pays for counseling sessions provided at the Community Medical Center.

When a student requires extended psychiatric care throughout the year, the student and her or his parent and/or guardian are responsible for making appropriate arrangements for the coordination of care provided outside the Medical Center with care provided at the Medical Center.  If a student's concerns need consultation outside of the Medical Center the staff at the Center can make an outside referral. 

 

KINNEY PRESCRIPTION DELIVERY

Every Thursday the Kinney Drug Store Pharmacy in Moravia delivers prescriptions to the Community Medical Center. In order to fill a prescription you must send your prescription or have your physician send your prescription to Kinney's. After sending your prescription you must call the pharmacy to give them your insurance information and to find out if you have a co-pay and how that should be paid. If there is a cost associated with the prescription it must be at the Community Medical Center in time for delivery. If it is not, then your prescription will not be delivered. 

Kinney's Drug Store
130 Main Street
Moravia, NY 13118
Phone: (315) 497-9371
Fax: (315) 497-9375