Treatment clinic – magers health and wellness center – missouri state university dry cervical mucus early pregnancy

• EKG’s with orders from your physician. If outside physician ordering, please provide your physician’s fax number for delivery of results. Magers Health and Wellness Center physicians will not be responsible for interpretation for outside physician orders.

• Medication administration including scheduled injections and nebulizer treatments. If outside physician has ordered the medication, a Magers Health and Wellness Center provider appointment will be required for review and an administration order.

Missouri Law (RS 199.290) requires the following: All institutions of higher education in Missouri shall implement a targeted testing program on their campuses for all on-campus students and faculty upon matriculation. Any entering student of an institution of higher education in Missouri who does not comply with the targeted testing program shall not be permitted to maintain enrollment in the subsequent semester at such institution.

STUDENTS: Those who are newly enrolled or returning after more than a one semester break. Students must complete the requirement before registering for the second semester following the initial semester triggering requirement the University.

• If a tuberculosis exposure risk factor is indicated on the survey, tuberculosis testing and further screening is required. The test will consist of a blood sample or a skin test. Testing may be completed at Magers Health and Wellness Center on campus or by another qualified provider.

• If testing is completed by another provider, the results must be provided to the Magers Health and Wellness Center Treatment Nurse for review for the following required components: Date administered, date of reading, millimeters of induration, and signature of qualified health care provider. Outside test results may be faxed to Attention: Treatment Nurse at 417-836-4133. Those providing outside results must make an appointment to visit or call the Magers Health and Wellness Center Treatment Nurse at 417-836-4020 to complete the additional screening. There is no cost for this screening encounter.

The Treatment Clinic offers a variety of immunizations as listed below to those above 6 years of age. A provider order is required to vaccinate children 6-10 years old. You may schedule an appointment from 9-11 a.m. and from 1-4:15 p.m., Monday through Friday by calling 417-836-4000.

The Magers Health and Wellness Treatment Clinic offers immunity testing to determine if you have developed reactivity at a level consistent with immunity for the disease. The purpose of these titers are to determine if vaccinations are needed. These levels do NOT apply for diagnosis of disease.

3. FAX: Provide a completed and signed “Authorization to Disclose/Release or Obtain Medical Records” form to the Magers Health and Wellness Medical Records staff at the Front Desk. (Form may be accessed on the Magers Health and Wellness webpage – “Medical Records Release.”)

Magers Health and Wellness Center’s goal is to maintain a desensitization program for students, faculty and staff who have begun an allergy injection program with his or her private allergist. Patients requesting to continue an established injection program must provide the following:

If outside physician has ordered the medication prior to administration, a Magers Health and Wellness Center provider appointment will be required for review of your outside medical record and an administration order. Please provide medical records related to Depo-Provera including gynecological records and date of last dose received.