Bailey Health Center supports academic success by providing quality health care and promoting an environment of wellness in an atmosphere where students are treated with compassion and understanding.
Our professional staff is trained to take care of any medical situation or concern. Our on-site facility offers two treatment rooms, an observation room, laboratory services, EKG, respiratory care, orthopedic care, intravenous therapy, and minor surgery.Read more about our services
For serious or life-threatening problems, call x4444 and request an ambulance. Sexual assault counselors also are available.See the list of emergency phone numbers
Pennsylvania State Law requires that all students residing in college owned housing be vaccinated against meningitis. The traditional and standard vaccination offered by most providers protects students against several major strains of the disease. Recently, there have been several outbreaks of meningitis on college campuses in this region. The cause of these outbreaks is due to an emerging strain of meningitis called serotype B. This strain is not covered by the traditional vaccine. As you know, meningitis is a deadly infection and an outbreak is unpredictable and can be emotionally devastating to affected communities. Therefore, we strongly recommend that our students receive a separate vaccine for serotype B (Bexero or Trumemba) which has recently become available.Click here to reserve the Meningitis B Vaccine
Bailey Health Center
607 High St.
(S.W. Corner of High & McCartney Sts.)
FAX: (610) 330-5704
In case of an emergency, contact the
Office of Public Safety at (610) 330-4444.