Holton Health and Wellness Services (HHWS) is a state-of-the-art primary care facility conveniently located in the lower level of the Student Life Center and available to all full-time undergraduate students. The professional, caring HHWS staff provides quality, evidence-based health care, including annual physical exams, acute and chronic illness care and health-promoting program delivery. Appointments are recommended, but walk-ins are always welcome.
Holton Health and Wellness Services is committed to providing every Spring Arbor University student with quality healthcare in a safe, professional, confidential, Christ-centered environment in order to assist students in becoming emotionally, spiritually, and physically healthy and whole in Christ.
Hours of Operation
Monday: 1 p.m. – 6 p.m.
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays: 10 a.m. – 12 p.m. & 1 p.m. – 4 p.m.
(Closed during chapel services, lunch and school holidays/breaks)
If you would like to schedule an appointment at HHWS, call 517.750.6352 (ext. 1352 on campus), email email@example.com or stop by our office.
Specific services that HHWS offers include:
- Annual men’s and women’s physical exams
- Complete athletic physicals
- Gynecological exams
- Counseling services
- Travel information, medications and immunizations
- Weight loss and nutrition counseling
- Acute illness evaluation and care (e.g., influenza, strep throat, sinusitis)
- Nebulizer treatments
- Lab draws and referrals for diagnostic testing
- Referral to specialists and SAU Physical Therapy Services
Call 911 when necessary. Spring Arbor University is fortunate to be located across the street from the Spring Arbor Fire Department. In addition, we have employees on campus who are Spring Arbor Fire Department “First-Responders” who can be on the scene in minutes.
Need immediate assistance, but HHWS is closed? Try Med-Express or the Henry Ford Allegiance Health Emergency Room. We ask that students notify us if there are any after-hours visits to local hospitals or health facilities. This allows the HHWS staff to provide follow-up care.
All patient information, including all visit information, is kept 100% confidential . No SAU staff or faculty, or patient friend or family member, is allowed access to health records or information regarding treatment at HHWS without explicit written authorization. The only exception is when there is known and plausible cause of a patient’s endangerment to him/herself or others.
Our Notice of Privacy Practices is available at the HHWS front desk for anyone to review.
- Health History Form
- Immunization Record Form
- Health Insurance Information Form
- Letter to Parents Regarding Meningitis
- Informed Consent to Administer Meningitis
- Exemption from Vaccination Requirements
- Notice of Privacy Practices
HHWS offers a limited supply of prescription medications at a significantly reduced cost to students. HHWS has contracted with a pharmaceutical company that provides these medications. The nurse practitioner and physician write prescriptions for medications as necessary.
Weatherwax Pharmacy is located 0.5 miles from campus.
Labs, Imaging & Referrals
HHWS is a lab-draw station. The staff draws labs as ordered by the nurse practitioner, medical director or the student’s primary care provider. HHWS will fax results to the ordering physician. HHWS has a courier service to pick up labs.
Henry Ford Allegiance Health Diagnostic Center – Cascade Ridge is a satellite diagnostic center for imaging and labs. It is five miles away from campus, on Spring Arbor Road, open from Monday – Friday 7 a.m. – 4 p.m. Students may take their radiology (x-ray) and lab requisitions (for labs we don’t draw) from HHWS to this facility as needed.
HHWS refers students to qualified specialists in Jackson, Chelsea and Ann Arbor, as well as in their home communities. HHWS refers to SAU’s on-campus Physical Therapy and Sports Medicine Services.
Travel Health Services
HHWS works with the Cross Cultural Studies Program to provide travel information, medications and immunizations.