Health Services.


Health Services

Drew University Health Service provides accessible, cost-effective, high-quality primary care and health education to students. We have an on-site state certified laboratory, an on-site medication dispensary, and a board-certified, multidisciplinary staff of physicians, nurse practitioners and nurses who take pride in giving comprehensive care to our students.

Coronavirus Information

Drew University continues to monitor the impact of COVID-19. Visit Drew’s Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) website for the latest information.

Starting February 2023, the COVID-19 vaccine mandate will no longer be in effect and proof of vaccination will no longer be required. We strongly recommend that everyone follows CDC guidelines, which still recommend keeping up with vaccination including boosters. If you would still like to submit a copy of your COVID-19 vaccine information, please upload it to your health portal.

Health Service FAQs

Have a healthy, happy semester!


Please call 973-408-3414 to schedule your appointment. There is no charge to students for routine care at the Health Service.

Students are seen on an appointment basis. If you are unable to keep your appointment, please call the Health Service to cancel or reschedule as soon as possible to avoid a $15 charge, and so the appointment slot can be offered to someone else. Students arriving 10 minutes past the scheduled time of appointment may have to reschedule that appointment for another day. 

Location & Accessibility

The Health Service is located in the Morris Health Center, which is attached to the Holloway Residence Hall and behind the Simon Forum.

The building has a handicapped-accessible entrance located at the side door, which has a ramp and lowered doorbell. Since this door is normally locked, visitors who need this entryway should call 973-408-3414 in advance whenever possible. Handicapped parking is available near the entrance and an accessible restroom is inside the Health Service building.

Vision Statement

College health services are essential in an educational community and integrate the universal concepts of health promotion, health protection, disease prevention and clinical care in order to optimize the student’s ability to learn. These services focus on measures that enhance self-esteem and wellness, and not solely on problems or illnesses.

Nationally Accredited

Drew University Health Service is accredited by the Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Care, Inc.