The on-campus Student Health Office helps students achieve their optimal health and wellness while they are students at St. John’s. Primary care services are available to all currently enrolled students, and the clinic is open at various times during the week to accommodate student schedules. Health office visits are free of charge and same-day walk-in appointments are always available.
The Health Office cares for acute and chronic health conditions, and monitors and manages medications when needed. The Office works closely with a local psychiatrist and two on-campus psychotherapists to address mental and behavioral health issues.
The Student Health Office is located on the far west end of the Lower Dorm Area. The phone number is 505-984-6418.
During fall and spring semesters: Appointment and walk-in hours are Monday through Friday, 10 a.m.–4 p.m. with medical providers available 10:30 a.m.–4 p.m.
In the summer: We are open Monday/Wednesday/Friday 10 a.m.–4 p.m. and Tuesday/Thursday 8 a.m.–2 p.m. The Provider is available by appointment only.
To make an appointment, students can:
The Health Office will make appointment accommodations for students who cannot schedule within the posted hours.
Maureen Small, MD is a Board Certified Family physician with a lifelong commitment to holistic health and wellness. She completed medical school and family practice residency at the Medical College of Wisconsin and has worked in diverse multi-cultural clinical settings in New Mexico since 1986. She has a master’s in Oriental Medicine from Southwest Acupuncture College and studied Acupuncture and Public Health while residing in France. She is passionate about dance and other forms of fitness and is certified to teach Nia and Yoga.
Christy is a graduate of the St. John’s College Graduate Institute and has her Master of Arts in Liberal Arts. Prior to moving to New Mexico she was a phlebotomist working in California.
United States federal law requires all citizens to be covered by health insurance. At St. John’s, students are required to provide proof of health insurance coverage to the Student Health Office. If students already have health insurance, they will need to submit policy information via a web portal administered by the college’s insurance broker, RCMD. Go to the web portal.
If students are not yet enrolled in health insurance and would like to do so, they can enroll via the New Mexico Health Exchange. In consultation with the college’s insurance broker, Tim Cummons, the college recommends enrolling in one of the plans administered by New Mexico Health Connections. Once students have enrolled in an insurance plan, they will need to submit policy information via the web portal administered by the college’s insurance broker, RCMD. Submit policy information.
The college also requires all international students to be enrolled with a plan called GeoBlue. All international students will also need to submit proof of this coverage through the RCMD web portal. In order to assist with the enrollment in GeoBlue and to ensure proper registration with the web portal, all international students need to contact the college’s insurance representative, Tim Cummons, at 410-583-5452, toll-free at 800-346-4075 ext. 1452, or at tcummons(at)rcmd.com.
The Student Health Office will see students for health care services under any insurance plan. Students must bring their insurance card each time they have an appointment with one of the health care providers. The Health Office does not collect co-pays or deductibles, so students will not incur out-of-pocket charges for a visit.
Students are responsible for understanding their insurance coverage for services provided at the Health Center as well as services provided off site.
Questions about health care options or how to use the web link registry can be directed to Tim Cummons at 410-583-5452, toll-free at 800-346-4075 ext. 1452, or at tcummons(at)rcmd.com.
Students may also contact the Student Health Office at 505-984-6418 or email the office at santafe.studenthealth(at)sjc.edu. The office will be happy to assist.
The Student Health Office team provides care in a confidential and safe environment, and adheres to all HIPPA regulations concerning patient rights and protections. The Student Health Office follows state and federal guidelines for environmental safety.
Call Public Safety at 0 from a campus phone or 505-984-6000 or 911 from a cell phone in the event of an emergency on campus.
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