- Examination and treatment for minor illness and injury
- Over-the-counter and prescription medications
- Laboratory testing*
- Sexually transmitted disease testing*
- Assist with injections-allergy shots*, hormone replacement, and others
- Immunizations and travel information
- Gynecological care
- Free condoms
- Emergency contraception
- Referrals to specialist as needed
*Contact Health Center to arrange receiving allergy shots.
*All allergy injections and lab tests (with the exception of dip stick urinalysis, pregnancy tests, and strep tests) must be done during physician hours.
*Lab tests including STD testing: An off-campus lab will complete tests and then bill either the student’s health insurance or the student directly. Students should understand that while the Health Center and the lab maintain strict confidentiality, insurance companies may share test names and fees with the insurance policy holder. A minimal fee for lab collection will be charged to the student’s Lawrence account.
Landis Health Center partners with five different family care physicians and their clinics. Students can come to the Health Center Monday-Friday to see a doctor without an appointment as this is a first come, first served basis. Students can check in between 7:30 am - 8:30 am to see the doctor. If the Health Center is experiencing a high patient volume, we may be required to close doctor hours before 8:30 am.
Dr. Aaron Douglas is the Health Center’s Medical Director.
Primary Care Associates of Appleton affiliated doctors
Dr. Aaron Douglas
Dr. Stephen Fuller
Dr. Doug Meyer
ThedaCare Physicians affiliated doctors
Dr. Dave Anderla
Dr. Kelli Heindel
Dr. Janine Buffo, board-certified family physician from ThedaCare Physicians-Menasha, comes to the Landis Health Center 1-2 times monthly during the academic year. She provides routine woman care appointments. The cost of the exam without insurance is around $100 (additional costs for labs and testing). Students must contact the Health Center to schedule an appointment for these visits. Prior to making an appointment, students should verify insurance coverage. Contact the Health Center for assistance.
Landis Health Center strives to provide affordable quality care to students. Any charges incurred at the Health Center will be applied to student accounts. There is no money exchange at the Health Center. There is an $8 fee to see the doctor, but free to see the nurse. Most medications and services are free or a minimal charge. Students can contact the Director of Health Services with any concerns regarding costs.
Campus Safety will ONLY transport students to emergency/urgent appointments. Students are expected to coordinate their own transportation to routine appointments. This can be done by: friend's car, Uber, taxi, local bus, borrow a bike or car from campus center, walk, etc. Contact the Health Center with any questions or problems.