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Student Health Center


Student Health Center provides quality care in times of sickness and injury to promote and educate about personal health issues for Armstrong students. The office is supervised by a licensed board-certified Nurse Practitioner Tammy Medlin, F.N.P., under the direction of Bobbie Kumar, M.D., and is contracted through and supported by Memorial Health University Medical Center. The department performs several in-house tests.

Hours of Services

Matriculating Savannah campus students at Armstrong are eligible to use the Student Health Center. A small co-pay will be charged. Patients may file with their own insurance company if they desire a reimbursement. The Health Center has a number of physicians and specialists available for referrals.

The Student Health Center is open Monday - Friday for appointments from 9 a.m. (first appt) until 4 p.m. (last appt). Closing hours vary during holidays and summer semester.  The Student Health Center will schedule appointments around student class schedules. Normally, appointments will not be made between 12:30-1:30 p.m. Emergencies will be seen immediately.


The Student Health Center is located in the Student Affairs Annex in the 7000 building of Compass Point. Phone: 912.961.5726

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Medical Records

Medical records kept in the Student Health Center are confidential. Health care staff has access to records for treatment purposes. Medical diagnosis will not be released to family members unless written permission from the patient is provided. Medical records will not be released without the patient's written consent. The Student Health Center is in compliance with HIPAA.


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