Appel Health Services provides accessible, high quality medical services including ambulatory care, health education, and wellness promotion that support the academic and social well being of students. The staff recognizes the unique opportunity of college health to affect not only the present but also the future health of students, and therefore engages them in promoting lifelong wellness.
Dr. Myers graduated from Lehigh University with a BS in Biology. She subsequently received her MD from Penn State University College of Medicine. After completing a residency in Family Medicine at Lancaster General Hospital, she went on to complete a fellowship in Sports Medicine at Ohio State University. She is board certified in Family Medicine with additional board certification in Primary Care Sports Medicine. She has over fifteen years experience in private practice both in Family Medicine and Sports Medicine. During this time, she has also worked as a Team Physician both at the hIgh school and intercollegiate levels (Division l and Division lll). She has also worked at the elite level with USA Hockey, and with the US Olympic Committee including being part of the Medical Staff for the 2008 Summer Olympic Games in Beijing, China.
Appel Health Services, a nationally accredited ambulatory care facility, is open Mon-Fri. from 8.00 AM to 5:00 PM and Sat. from 10 AM to noon during the academic year.
Health care visits are by appointment. There is a Self-Help Center that provides guidance for self treatment of minor health problems including colds, headaches, cramps, nausea and diarrhea. Students who are ill are encouraged to contact Appel Health Services (AHS) as early in the day as possible in order to provide same day services.
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AHS provides physicals, some immunizations and written prescriptions for students traveling abroad for educational or personal reasons. Any student who wishes to make an appointment must present their required paperwork in advance to the office staff before an appointment is made so that the appropriate amount of time with the practitioner can be scheduled. Students must schedule travel abroad appointments within the allotted time periods during the semester (no later than one month prior to their departure date). A Study Abroad Questionnaire must also be completed and dropped off before your appointment. ( See Forms and Links to download appropriate form). Appointments will not be scheduled the week before any scheduled College break or during Saturday hours.
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