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Health Services


(440) 826-2178

Academic Year Hours

Clinic Hours
Monday - Thursday: 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Friday: 9 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday: CLOSED

After-Hour Emergencies
For after-hour emergencies, call 911 or go to Southwest General Health Center at 18697 Bagley Rd., Middleburg Heights, OH 44130.

Campus Location

Health Center (in collaboration with Southwest General Health Center)
207 Beech St.
Berea, OH 44017-2088

Important Phone Numbers

  • Emergency: 911
  • BW Safety & Security: (440) 826-2000 (emergency); (440) 826-2336 (non-emergency)
  • Health Center: (440) 826-2178
  • Southwest General Emergency Room: (440) 816-8888 (located at at 18697 Bagley Rd., Middleburg Heights, OH 44130)
  • Southwest General Operator: (440) 816-8000

Obtaining Service

All students enrolled in at least one class are eligible for services. Please bring your ID and health insurance card to your visit. To facilitate provision of care, it is helpful to have background medical history information and immunization records on first-time visitors.

Basic Services

Clinic care includes but is not limited to evaluation and treatment of illnesses and injuries; treatment for acne, warts, and burns; removal of sutures; certain lab tests; referrals when indicated; pregnancy testing; immunizations; and allergy injections.

A nurse practitioner provides the following additional services by appointment:

  • Physicals
  • Gynecological and contraceptive services
  • Evaluation and treatment of sexually transmitted infections 

Student Health Insurance

Student health insurance is not offered through Baldwin Wallace University. Students wishing to purchase student health insurance must enroll directly with the insurance provider of their choice.


It is highly recommended that all students should be up to date with routine immunizations and be vaccinated against COVID-19, hepatitis B and meningitis.

COVID-19 Vaccination

COVID-19 is caused by a respiratory virus that can spread easily among people. College students are at increased risk of infection due to dormitory living, group activities and other shared spaces. The American College Health Association (ACHA) and the Center for Disease Control (CDC) recommend all college students and employees be up to date with their COVID-19 vaccines and boosters. Vaccination decreases the risk of severe illness, hospitalization and death from infection.

Hepatitis B Vaccination

Hepatitis B is a potentially fatal infection of the liver caused by the hepatitis B virus. The virus is passed either directly from an individual infected with hepatitis B by contact with his or her bodily fluids or indirectly by contact with dried blood or bodily fluids on other surfaces. College students are among those at risk for hepatitis B infection and the American College Health Association (ACHA) recommends that all college students be vaccinated.

Meningococcal Vaccination

Meningococcal disease or meningitis is a rare but potentially fatal bacterial infection of the brain and spinal cord. College students, particularly those who live in dormitories, have a slightly increased risk of getting meningococcal disease. Pre-exposure vaccination reduces a student's risk of disease. The Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) and the American College Health Association (ACHA) recommend that parents and students be educated about meningococcal disease and the benefits of vaccination.


Linda Florian, MSN, APRN, FNP-C
Lisa Weber, R.N.