All full-time EOSC students who are enrolled in the current semester are eligible for services. Proof of current enrollment is required. All students must present a valid EOSC ID before receiving services.
What is covered by Student Health Services?
- Treatment for minor illness and injuries.
- Referrals to health care providers, specialists, or community agencies.
- Basic office visits and physical exam visits (family practice physician and nurse practitioner).
- Lab tests and X-Rays/EKGs needed to assist in a diagnosis.
- Prenatal care and specialist visits (such as a surgeon, orthopedist, or ear/nose/throat) are not covered. In many cases, prenatal care will be covered by SoonerCare.
- Up to three counseling sessions for behavioral and mental health services.
If medication is necessary, a prescription will be written which can be filled at any local pharmacy. The Health and Wellness Center has a contractual agreement with Main Street Drug for the low-cost 340b prescription program. The student is responsible for payment.
Emergency services, those required for life-threatening conditions, are not provided by Student Health Services. For a medical emergency on campus, call 911 or the campus police at 918.448.2365.
Behavioral and Mental Health Services
The Health and Wellness Center provides behavioral and mental health services. EOSC students who are experiencing challenges in their lives have access to short-term counseling by a licensed mental health provider. The brief therapeutic model is directed at helping students succeed in the college environment. Eastern will provide up to three counseling sessions free of charge for students without health insurance. Costs will be charged to private insurance for students who have coverage.
Who is financially responsible?
- Students are financially responsible for all services received at The Health and Wellness Center that are not covered by Student Health Services.
- Students should familiarize themselves with which services are and are not covered.
- If the Health and Wellness Center is not within their insurance's provider network, it may benefit the student to seek care from another clinic within their network rather than incurring charges not covered by Student Health Services.
- EOSC does not provide any type of compensation for injuries that occur on campus. Each student and visitor is expected to have their own health insurance to cover personal medical costs.