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Health Services FAQ

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Division of Student Development

2 E. South Street

Galesburg, IL 61401-4999

309-341-7222

Fax: 309-341-7077

osd@​knox.edu

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Where are health facilities located?

Health Center  (on campus)
Furrow Hall, 175 West Knox Street
(309) 341-7559
Office hours:
Monday - Friday: 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Counseling Center  (on campus)
Furrow Hall, 175 West Knox Street
(309) 341-7492
Office hours:
Monday-Friday: 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Contact: Janell Mcgruder

Galesburg Cottage Hospital (off campus in Galesburg)
695 N. Kellogg St.
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(309) 343-8131

OSF St. Mary Medical Center  (off campus in Galesburg)
3333 N. Seminary St.
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(309) 344-3161 

Cottage Hy-Vee Walk-in Clinic
2030 E. Main St., Galesburg, IL
309-343-3565
M-F 8am-7pm
Sa 9am-5pm
Su 12-5pm

Monmouth Walk-in Clinic
2 AmericInn Way Suite B, Monmouth, IL
309-734-0100
M-F 7am-7pm
Sa 8am-5pm

How do I get health care when I need it?

There are four basic options:

  • You can visit Health Services during office hours on a walk-in basis. Hours are Monday through Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
  • After hours you can visit a Cottage Hospital Walk-in Clinic. Please note, you will be charged a Knox College discounted rate per visit (additional expenses of lab fees, x-rays, and/or prescriptions are charged to the student).
  • Wait until Health Services is open the following day.
  • If you believe you are experiencing a serious medical emergency, call 911 and ask to be taken to the emergency room. (When possible, notify Campus Safety if you must go to an emergency room.)

Is there coverage during winter and spring break?

Yes. Students can access care at a Cottage Hospital Walk-in Clinic for a minimal fee. Lab fees, x-rays, prescriptions are an additional charge.

Will Health Services provide a medical excuse for missing classes?

The medical staff will provide medical documentation, upon request, for students they feel have legitimate health problems that require class absences. If there is any question as to whether an excuse is necessary, a student should initiate such a request. Extended class absences or missed examinations should be reported by the student to the Associate Dean of the College, as soon as possible.

What if I have questions about Health Services arrangements?

Contact the Executive Assistant in the Division of Student Development, Old Main 101, ext. 7863, for questions concerning services covered by Health Services.

What if I require lab tests to be performed?

Health Services has the ability to conduct several lab procedures on-site. Lab fees are not included in the office visit; those additional costs are the responsibility of the student.

What if I need a referral to a specialist?

The on-campus medical practitioner will be able to refer you to the appropriate specialist if further treatment is recommended.

What is the cost to visit Health Services?

There is no cost per visit to the student unless lab fees, x-rays, and prescriptions are required. Any additional costs are at the expense of the student, and the student's insurance will be billed.

Are there Family Planning Services available?

Yes. Reproductive services are available through on-campus Health Services. Additionally, Knox College and Family Planning Services of Western Illinois have an agreement in which all enrolled Knox students will pay a nominal fee for the first visit.  Students on their subsequent visits will be charged Family Planning's going rate for each procedure up to but not exceeding a set limit.

Who should I contact if I have questions concerning a collegiate athletic injury and/or athletic insurance claim?

Knox College Athletic Training Room at ext. 7378.

Where is the Athletic Training Room located?

Basement of Memorial Gym, Room MG051.

Is there a charge for the services for a collegiate athletic injury treated in the Knox College Athletic Training Room?

No. Care (evaluation, treatment, and rehabilitation) in the Athletic Training Room for collegiate athletic injuries is free of charge for all varsity athletes.

When can I have a varsity athletic related injury/illness evaluated and treated in the Knox College Athletic Training Room?

Monday through Friday, 9:00 a.m. to noon and 1:00 p.m. to 6:45 p.m.

Quick Reference Telephone Numbers

  • Campus Safety: 309-341-7979
  • United American Cab Service: 309-341-6161
  • City Bus Inc.: 309-342-4242
  • Cottage Hospital Walk-in Clinics: 309-343-3565 or 309-734-0100
  • Health Services: 309-341-7559
  • Counseling Services: 309-341-7492
  • Knox County Health Department: 309-344-2224
  • Family Planning of Western Illinois: 309-343-6162
  • Cottage Hospital Emergency Room: 309-345-4223
  • OSF St. Mary Medical Center: 309-344-3161
  • Division of Student Development: 309-341-7863
  • Athletic Training Room: 309-341-7378
  • For all emergencies: 911

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