To schedule an appointment, patients may call (269) 387-3290 or book an appointment online. Remember to allow time around your class schedule for an appointment.
- Patients choose a convenient time to see an available provider
- Patients may schedule a same-day appointment as available
We charge a fee for a missed appointment if you do not cancel or reschedule at least 4 hours ahead of time. Health insurance policies don’t pay for cancellation fees. If you need to cancel, call us at (269) 387-3290 during business hours or cancel online. We will be happy to reschedule your appointment.
In addition to treatment for injuries or acute illnesses, you may make an appointment for cost-effective immunizations including hepatitis B, HPV, tetanus, meningitis vaccine and flu vaccine when in season; allergy injections; blood pressure checks; pregnancy testing; and tuberculosis tests.
Injections such as Depo-Provera and vitamin B12 are also available by appointment. Patients must have a prescription from Sindecuse or an outside provider.
Seasonal flu vaccination
The health center offers vaccinations to Western Michigan University employees, students and retirees who want to protect themselves and the people around them from seasonal influenza. Flu shots are administered by appointment during regular clinic hours.
Gender-specific health care
We offer physical exams, Pap smear screening, colposcopy (for abnormal Pap smears), contraceptive services, pregnancy testing, as well as evaluation and treatment of sexually transmitted infections. These services require an appointment be made in advance.
Clinician appointments are available for a broad range of health conditions including skin care, allergy injections, surgical biopsies for lesions, acne treatment with isotretinoin (Accutane), mental health conditions such as anxiety, depression, panic attacks and osteopathic manipulation. We have a detailed protocol for new diagnosis or transfer of care for patients with ADHD.
Preventive health services
Annual health appointments with a preventive focus include a comprehensive medical review, physical exam, and discussion with a clinician about screening tests and immunizations appropriate for your age and health condition. Results will be sent to your primary care provider as requested. Physical exams, because they take more time, require an appointment be made in advance.