Center for Health & Wellness
The wellbeing of our campus community is our highest priority.
Operated in partnership with Carolina Pines Regional Medical Center, the Center for Health & Wellness provides convenient access to healthcare professionals, prescription services, select over-the-counter medications, first aid, immunizations, lab-work, and mental health professionals, including psychiatrists.
The Center for Health & Wellness also handles student immunization records and other situations related to medical record-keeping.
212 South 2nd Street, Suite 212
(behind the DeLoach Center)
Please select your desired service to learn more or to schedule an appointment.
Visit the Health Center
If you’re feeling under the weather or suffering from a minor injury, make an appointment with an on-campus medical provider. Walk-ins will be seen on a first-come, first-served basis.Learn More
Visit Counseling Services
Coker University has partnered with MUSC TelePsych to provide access to mental health professionals, including psychiatrists, to help with a wide variety of situations and conditions, including homesickness, inability to concentrate, depression, sleep disturbances, and much more.Learn More
In the event of an emergency, please contact Campus Safety immediately at 843-383-8140.
Walk-ins are welcome and will be served on a first-come, first-served basis.
The Center for Health & Wellness is a resource for everyone at Coker! While counseling sessions are reserved exclusively for Coker students, the medical professionals and services offered in the Center’s health clinic are available to Coker employees and their families, as well as our student body.
Health and medical services are provided in partnership with Carolina Pines Regional Medical Center, which accepts most insurance plans and offers a sliding scale payment option for those who are uninsured. Insured students should bring their insurance card with them when visiting the clinic.
For counseling services, students should bring a photo ID and insurance cards at the time of the appointment. MUSC will work with uninsured students so they can receive services.
Student records are kept strictly confidential in compliance with state and federal law, including FERPA (Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act) and HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act).
Student records cannot be released or disclosed without written consent of the patient/client except under the following conditions:
- In the event of a health or safety emergency
- Threat of harm to self or others
- Suspected child abuse
- Suspected abuse of elderly or disabled
- Court order or subpoena
In the event of an on campus emergency, contact Campus Safety immediately at 843-383-8140. Our Campus Safety officers have a direct line to EMS, and can dispatch emergency assistance to your exact campus location.
If this is an off campus emergency, call 911.