Medical Services

Medical Services

Free clinical services

  • Urgent and preventive care
  • Mantoux Tuberculin Kkin test (PPD)
  • HIV testing (administered monthly by BOOM)
  • Flu vaccines and information
  • Health education
  • U.S. Coast Guard license physical exams
  • Basic lab tests
  • Limited pharmacy
  • Refferals for times care is required beyond Health Services' capabilities
  • Consent for release of medical records
  • 24/7 nurse hotline at 1-800-557-0309 is available to students with SUNY Maritime health insurance

Area clinics

In the event of a medical emergency, call University Police at (718) 409-7311 or 911.

PM Pediatrics

620 East Boston Post Road

Mamaroneck, NY 10543

(914) 777-5437

Monday through Friday, 5 p.m. to midnight

Saturday and Sunday, noon to midnight

(treats up to 21 years old)

 

Throgs Neck Urgent Medical Care

3594 East Tremont Avenue

Throggs Neck, NY 10461

(718) 684-3939

M-F: 8:00am-8:00pm

Sat & Sun: 9:00am-4:00pm

Free flu vaccines for people 18 and older

 

Health and physical examination forms

All incoming matriculated students must submit a complete U.S. Coast Guard physical.

Department of Defense Medical Exam Review Board

Applicants who have applied for an ROTC scholarship or admission to a service academy may request a copy of his/her physical examination report from the medical exam review board

Color vision tests

Health Services accepts the 14-plate Ishihara Color Vision test to satisfy the color vision requirement. Additional Coast Guard-approved tests are acceptable as well. 

Immunizations

Students must be immunized against measlees, mumps and rubella. They must show proof of immunity with either two doses of the MMR vaccine or a titer showing immunity. With proof of age, people born before Jan. 1, 1957, are exempt. Exemptions may also be given for valid religious or medical reasons.

Meningitis

Students are not required to be vaccinated for meningitis, but  they must sign the meningitis response form, included in the health and physical examination forms. The college strongly recommends students recieve the vaccination. Meningococcal disease is a bacterial infection commonly referred to as meningitis.



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