Welcome to the ACU Medical Clinic, your on-campus health care provider. It is our goal to help ACU students, faculty, staff and dependents live healthy lives by providing excellent health care and education.
Schedule an appointment in person or by phone at 325-674-2625. If the patient has a myACU account, they may schedule online by going to Quicklinks, choose Medical Clinic Patient Portal and click on the “Appointments” tab. Patients can usually see a nurse practitioner within 24 hours. Office visit fees for students are $10 and $40 for employees, spouses and dependents. Labs, tests, injections and medications are an additional fee.
Patients with an active myACU account may schedule appointments, access their immunization record and statements, enter their required immunization information, read information about their diagnosed condition(s) and more by clicking here.
At this time the ACU MACCC will not be testing for or treating Monkeypox. If you believe you may be showing symptoms, go to Hendrick ER or contact the Taylor County Health Department. If you have been exposed to Monkeypox, access the Patient Portal and click on the COVID-19 tab. Please fill out the COVID/Communicable disease notification form. For more information on how to prevent or treat Monkeypox, please visit www.cdc.gov/monkeypox.
If you are experiencing COVID-19, flu or upper respiratory symptoms, please make an appointment by calling the front office at 325-674-2625 or by using the Patient Portal. Our waiting room is currently open, but telehealth appointments with our nurse practitioner for known exposure and symptomatic patients are available by request. We are currently offering the COVID antigen test for $40 and a combo (Influenza/COVID) test for $50. We also offer COVID-19 travel testing. Learn more about ACU’s latest COVID-19 protocols.
No Show Policy
In order to ensure that all patients are able to receive medical care in a timely fashion, we must enforce a $10 no show fee for students and a $40 no show fee for faculty, staff, spouses, and dependents. That fee will be charged to the patient’s banner account if they fail to keep their appointment or cancel at least 2 hours before their scheduled appointment time. A patient may cancel their appointment on the Medical Clinic Patient Portal found in the myACU Quicklinks or by calling our office at 325-674-2625.
All current ACU students, faculty, staff and their dependents are eligible to receive services at the Medical Clinic. Our providers treat the full range of primary health care needs. We provide primary care for acute illnesses, infections, allergies, asthma, wounds, sprains, sports medicine, travel medicine, mental health, and men’s and women’s health, as well as other services normally associated with a medical office.
TimelyCare – FREE Online Healthcare Available 24/7/365
All ACU students have access to free online medical and mental health care available 24/7/365 from anywhere in the United States by downloading the TimelyCare app on your smartphone. Students must use their ACU email address to set up their account. Most online visits take less than 20 minutes and patients will receive a diagnosis and treatment plan from a medical doctor, nurse practitioner or physician’s assistant. When indicated, prescriptions can be instantly e-prescribed to the patient’s local pharmacy. TimelyCare also offers free online counseling from licensed therapists and so much more.
We are happy to coordinate with your doctor at home to provide allergy injections or necessary lab work, and can make referrals for specialist care.
Our on-staff psychiatrist treats ADHD, bipolar disorder, major depression, and other psychiatric conditions that are treated on an outpatient basis. Fees range from $40 to $150 for an office visit. Patients should call 325-674-2625 and are usually able to secure an appointment within two weeks or less.
All medical records are kept confidential. Any information released is done so only with the patient’s written authorization, except in cases where required by law.
The medical clinic does not bill insurance but can provide patients with a receipt for filing purposes. Payment for services is expected at the time of the visit via cash, check, credit card or by charging to the patient’s ACU account. You may wish to provide your insurance information for out-of-clinic services such as lab tests, diagnostic tests, ER visits, and physician referrals.