Health Services


410.951.3970
Phone
410.951.3994
Fax
Hours and Location
Mon-Fri8:30 am - 5:00 pm
Health & Human Services Bldg.
First Floor
Health Services
College of Health Professions

COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER

The Coppin State University Community Health Center, a nurse-managed clinic located in the Health and Human Services Building (HHSB) at 2500 West North Avenue, is a primary care facility which is operated by the Dean of the College of Health Professions. The Center provides readily accessible, low cost, high quality care to Coppin State University students, faculty, staff, administration and residents of the neighborhood surrounding the University. Services of the Center emphasize health promotion and prevention of disease. The goal of the Center is to improve the health of persons who reside in areas adjacent to the University. Services are provided by nurse practitioners, faculty and students of the College of Health Professions, and in some instances, by a physician. All professional personnel are properly licensed by the State of Maryland. The Community Health Center serves as a clinical placement for both graduate and undergraduate students.

Community Health Center

COPPIN CLINIC AT ST. FRANCES

The Coppin State University College of Health Professions Helene Fuld School of Nursing Coppin Clinic at St. Frances, a nurse-managed clinic located on St. Frances campus, is a primary care facility which is operated by the Helene Fuld School of Nursing. The Center provides readily accessible healthcare to St. Frances administration, faculty, students, staff and residents of the neighborhood. Services of the Center emphasize health promotion and prevention of disease. The goal of the Center is to provide access while removing barriers to care with an end outcome on optimal healthcare outcomes. Services provided include physicals, Women’s health services, immunizations and management of acute and/or chronic health problems. Services are provided by nurse practitioners, faculty and students of the Helene Fuld School of Nursing, and in some instances, by a physician. All professional personnel are properly licensed by the State of Maryland. The clinic serves as a clinical placement for both graduate and undergraduate students.