A Message from the Health and Wellness Center
The Lehigh University Health & Wellness Center is committed to helping our students stay well during these challenging times. To continue to mitigate the risk of COVID-19 infection and sustain our health and well-being, it is important for all of us in the campus community to remember to stay vigilant—wear your double face coverings, maintain proper social distancing (6ft.), practice good personal hygiene, self-monitor for symptoms and stay-at-home if sick. This demonstrates responsibility for the health and well-being of yourself, your peers, the campus community, and the greater-Bethlehem area.
As part of its efforts to keep the Lehigh community safe, students will no longer be able to come directly to the Health & Wellness Center lobby. To be seen by a health professional, they must first either log onto the patient portal found on our web page or call 610-758-3870 to schedule an initial phone assessment appointment. Clinical staff will do a phone assessment of students’ health concerns and symptoms and will make recommendations for further care that may include a telehealth visit, an in-person visit in the HWC or in some cases a referral to a local urgent care or emergency department.
For medical emergencies, call 610-758-4200 on Lehigh’s campus or 911 if not on campus.
The Health & Wellness Center continues to operate in two separate clinic locations: Its original primary location on the third floor of Johnson Hall, 36 University Drive, and the newer location in Trembley Park (7 & 8), 71 Trembley Drive, just south of the University Center.
Students with symptoms consistent with COVID-19 will be directed to health professionals at HWC - Johnson Hall. Those who are not having any symptoms consistent with COVID-19 and want to schedule routine visits, gynecological exams, reproductive health consultations, STI evaluations and treatments, immunizations, blood work, medication consultation, or who are injured, will be directed to HWC - Trembley Park.
We are committed to helping our students stay healthy in pursuit of academic success, and in fostering the public health of the campus community.