General Prescription Refill Information:
Providers at Health Services are able to fill prescriptions for students who have been seen at the clinic. This is usually done during an appointment. If you need a refill for a medication prescribed by Health Services, please call a couple days before you run out to inquire if an appointment is necessary.
Please plan accordingly for refills as the clinic is closed evening, weekends, holidays and all school breaks.
If you are seeking refills for a medication prescribed elsewhere, you will be required to make an appointment and may need to provide documentation from the prescribing provider. Please call the clinic (603-535-2350) if you have questions.
Behavioral Health Medication
Information for students who intend to use PSU Health Services to obtain medication for behavioral health conditions such as ADHD, depression, anxiety, etc.
FOR CONTINUATION OF CARE OF EXISTING DIAGNOSIS:
- Records from the prescribing practitioner with requests from them that we prescribe your medication while you are a student at PSU.
- Psychiatric/psychological interview (when available) including childhood symptoms and cognitive testing when applicable (i.e. memory, IQ, or attention tests).
- An initial intake meeting with a PSU provider to discuss continuation of care.
FOR PATIENTS SEEKING CONSULTATION WHO HAVE NOT PREVIOUSLY BEEN DIAGNOSED:
- Make an appointment with the Counseling Center (603) 535-2461 for evaluation.
- Individuals who are recommended for medication will be scheduled to meet with a prescribing provider at Health Services.
General Notes for all Behavioral Health RX
- Appointments can be made with Health Services by calling (603) 535-2350.
- The initial intake meeting takes 45 minutes during which the provider will discuss your specific situation and decide on a plan of care.
- A once per semester check is required with the provider.
- All documentation must be received before initial appointments can be made.
- Visits to Health Services are covered under the Health Fee. Should you choose to use another provider in the community, you should check with your Insurance company for a list of covered practitioners.
- Support services are available from the Counseling Center (603) 535-2461.