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.

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Online Student Portal

Using the portal students can make appointments online, check immunization status and find all required documents/forms.

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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

Meningicoccal B Vaccination

Dear Parents,

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.

Click here to reserve the Meningitis B Vaccine

Zika Virus

Lafayette College continues to monitor the Zika virus outbreak and key stakeholders on campus have met to discuss and implement a number of strategies for our campus if the virus outbreak impacts our community in the future. There have not been any locally transmitted cases in the region, however one person has tested positive after traveling to an area where the virus is prevalent. If you plan to travel to areas where the virus is common please take appropriate insect precautions, and contact your health care provider if you become ill. The risk of developing serious symptoms from this virus is very low, however the concern for pregnant individuals is that Zika is linked to birth defects and there is a travel alert for pregnant women or women trying to become pregnant. Read More at the CDC

Contact Us

Bailey Health Center
607 High St.
(S.W. Corner of High & McCartney Sts.)
(610) 330-5001
FAX: (610) 330-5704

In case of an emergency, contact the
Office of Public Safety at (610) 330-4444.