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The Medical Clinic offers quality, student-oriented and primary care medical services. The clinic is available to all full, part-time and graduate students. General medical visits and health assessments are provided to students at no cost.

The clinic is staffed by three board certified medical doctors, three nurse practitioners and one physician's assistant in addition to a talented nursing staff.

Additionally, the Health Education Resource Center offers services to students providing information, programs and services in numerous health-related topics.

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Make an Appointment

Students: Log in to MyHealth to make appointments, check lab results, see your medical history, immunizations, and more.

EIU Mumps Advisory 

Please use the following links for additional information regarding mumps.  If you have questions or would like to make an appointment please call 217-581-3013 or 217-581-2727.

Low-Cost Services

Funding for visits to Health Service is supplemented by the "Health Service" student fee, which is automatically billed through your tuition and fees. The same services are available to full- and part-time students at the corresponding student fee rates.

On-Campus Pharmacy


The Health Service Pharmacy offers medications at low cost to students. Over-the-counter medications are also available to employees and students at a low cost. Click here for the Pharmacy Over-the-Counter Medications Listing.




TotalEIU offers students, faculty and staff an interactive way to promote health/wellness projects and topics. Learn more!

Health Education Resource Center

The Health Education Resource Center (HERC) is affiliated with Health Service and serves as a source of information on health related topics. The HERC provides students, faculty, and staff with a wide variety of health programs.