Florham Campus Student Health Services
Student Health Services is a health center staffed by Nurse Practitioners and Registered Nurses who are available for the health care needs of the FDU students. Student health services provides direct care, individual health counseling, and health teaching. Small group workshops occur throughout the year on common health interests of the students.
All registered students can receive health care services, including students who have waived the University’s United Healthcare Insurance. Our goal is to provide health and support services that will enable students to perform at the highest level of their ability with academic success as the goal.
Medical Entrance Requirements
As all institutions of higher education have an obligation to ensure the public health of their students, we collect and review medical and immunization records for all matriculated FDU students. Please see the Immunization Policy for Students for more information.
FDU is transitioning to an electronic medical record called Medicat. All medical forms must be submitted through Medicat.
Please access the Medicat Patient Portal where you will be given instructions on how to complete your medical records.
The Medicat patient portal can be accessed by using the same username and password that you use to access your FDU student account. If you are having technical difficulties accessing Medicat please contact the Help Desk at 973-443-8822.
Medical records are due on the dates as seen below:
- Fall Semester: July 15
- Spring Semester: December 1
- Summer Semesters: April 15
- Acute Care, Urgent Care and ER referrals
- COVID: rapid antigen and PCR COVID-19 testing as clinically indicated
- Flu Injections (Vaccine)
- Gynecological/Women Health (by appointment)
- Health Education Programs
- HIV/AIDS Referral for Testing
- Laboratory/Diagnostic Tests (On Site: Lab Corp)
- Mantoux/TB screening
- Medications (Non-Prescriptions/Prescriptions)
- Mono: rapid mono-spot testing
- Nutritional Counseling (Dietary, Weight Reduction, Eating Disorders)
- Physical Examinations
- Physical Rehabilitation Referrals
- Pregnancy testing
- Referrals to Specialists’ Services
- Sexually Transmitted Infection Testing/Treatment or referral (STD’s)
- Strep Test