Student Health Center at SNU

Student Health Center Staff

Welcome to the Student Health Center. The Student Health Center aims to provide primary care and health education to the students of SNU, as well as the faculty and staff of Southern Nazarene University. The Christian atmosphere of the school is continued in the health services department.

The Student Health Center functions as a division of Student Development. It is directed by a registered nurse who reports directly to the Vice President for Student Development. A licensed physician in the state of Oklahoma provides: 1) support and assistance to the Director of Student Health Services via consultation, 2) primary care to SNU students, faculty, and staff at specified times at the Student Health Center and 3) authorization for ordering medications and various supplies. Several physicians in the local community also provide medical care to the students, faculty, and staff of SNU in local private offices on referral as needed. The Student Health Center is located on the bottom floor of the Webster Commons Building. As you exit the elevator or stairwell, it is immediately to your left. You can reach us by phone (405) 491-6605, FAX (405)491-6683 or email at studenthealth@snu.edu.

 All your medical records remain strictly confidential, and only Student Health Center personnel have access to them. We do not release information from your records for any reason unless you give us specific written consent.

Health Services

The student Health Center is equipped with two exam rooms to treat minor injuries and sudden illness. It also has a two bed infirmary for students who need to remain in the Health Center for short periods of observation and/or during the hours of operation.  

Student Health Center - Dr Ami Siems The SNU Student Health Center offers:
Medical Clinic
Primary health care for students, faculty and staff.
Women’s health
Pregnancy testing
Health Education
Vaccination Clinic Mental Health Care- referrals as needed.

Laboratory (minimal fees apply):

Routine blood work
Strep test
Blood glucose test - Urinalysis
Mono test

Pharmacy:

All over-the –counter medications are given to all students, staff and faculty at no charge.  We have Tylenol, Advil, Aleve, Excedrin, Midol, Zyrtec, band-aides, Tums, Imodium, Benadryl, eye drops, Neosporin, hydrocortisone cream,  etc.


Hours: Monday: 8:30-4:30 | Tuesday 8:30-4:30 (Closed for Chapel) | Wednesday: 8:30-12:00
 | Thursday: 8:30-4:30 
(Closed for Chapel) | Friday: 8:30-4:00

(The Health Center is closed every day from 12 - 1pm for lunch)

Phone: 405.491.6605 | Fax: 405-491-6683 | Email: AngieMilburn@snu.edu or CBraaten@snu.edu

No appointment necessary
Health Center is open when classes are in session

Health Insurance and Medical Referrals Tips

Southern Nazarene University  Health Center is dedicated to the provision of quality health care in a university setting. Our goal is to use health education and medical treatment to enhance student’s ability to achieve their academic goals and to lead healthy and productive lives.  From time to time, a referral from the Health Center to a medical specialist is recommended by our physician.  To accomplish referrals in a timely and efficient manner, it will be helpful to gather the information ahead of time.

  1. Review your insurance coverage with your student. 
  2. Give your student an insurance card/or copy of your insurance card (both sides).
  3. Check the list of Health Centers in-network insurance providers.
  4. Check to see if your insurance plan has specialty providers in Oklahoma City. If a referral is needed the Health Center staff will attempt to refer to an in-network provider.
  5. Check to see if a referral to a specialist needs to be made by the Primary Care Provider.
  6. Consider selecting a Primary Care Provider (PCP)  Dr. Ami Siems (our health center physician) 
  7. Contact your Insurance Carrier regarding benefits if you have an HMO product.

Clinic Fees

There is no charge for students be seen at the Health Center.
 You will only be charged for test or medications that you may need. You will find that these prices are minimal and you are given a two week grace period to pay them, with the exception of vaccines that must be paid for at the time of service.

 Fees for some of the other most requested services include:
Strep test: $5.00
Mono test: $8.00
Tuberculin test: $10.00


Clinic Eligibility

All currently enrolled students are eligible to use any of the services provided at the Student Health Center.

SNU faculty & staff (full and part-time) and dependents may receive first-aid, care for minor illnesses, blood pressure checks, allergy injections, immunizations, health information, and consultation.

Infection Control

Wash Hands! 

  • Keep hands clean by washing with soap and water for 15 seconds or using alcohol-based hand sanitizer 

Don't Share! 

  • Razors 
  • Towels, Wash Cloths, sheets-  wash them frequently! 

Keep cuts and scrapes clean and covered with bandage until healed 

  • Avoid contact with other people's wounds or bandages 

Staph 

  • May look like pimple or boil; can be red, swollen, painful, have pus or drainage 
  • Is mainly transmitted from a patient's own nose and throat, but may be transmitted skin to skin and from contaminated surfaces 
  • Can live on items and surfaces that have been infected, avoid these surfaces
  • Enters in any opening in skin
  • Multiplies in crowded living conditions and with poor hygiene 

For additional information, view Centers for Disease Control