Bentley University students currently enrolled in Bentley University's Blue Cross Blue Shield Plan offered by the University can access information about COVID-19 testing and resources including a 24/7 Nurse Care Line and live video visits with a physician or mental health provider by going to https://www.universityhealthplans.com/letters/letter.cgi?group_id=267
Despite COVID-19, Bentley remains committed to providing an accessible, equitable, and inclusive environment for all students. If you need assistance accessing any of our services, we are here to help.
The Health Center remains open and staffed by medical clinicians during our working hours. Monday to Friday 8:30am to 4:30pm.
To maintain the safest environment for our patients and staff, we have temporarily adjusted the normal operation of the Health Center. We will not be accepting any walk-in patients. To access our services, you must call the Health Center at 781-891-2222. One of our clinicians will speak with you by phone to gather as much information as possible to assess your condition. From there we may:
1) provide recommendations and/or treat you by phone or video,
2) bring you in for a brief physical exam or testing,
3) refer you directly to a local Urgent Care or Emergency Room.
Our goal is to keep you as healthy as possible, which includes limiting the amount of time you spend in the Health Center and in contact with others. Some persons may have COVID-19 and be contagious without having any symptoms. For more information about COVID-10, visit the CDC info page: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/prepare/prevention.html
If your issue is not urgent, please send us an email and we will get back to you within 1-2 business days. GA_HealthCenter@bentley.edu
We are deferring all routine visits, such as STI testing, pap smears, immunizations, and TB testing. If you are unsure, please call us and we will do our best to help.
We will return to normal operating conditions as soon as it is deemed appropriate by the MA Department of Public Health and CDC.
Bentley offers a full range of health services to support your medical and mental health needs. We’re committed to providing an accessible, equitable and inclusive environment for all students. If you need help accessing any of our services, we’re here to help.
When you have a medical concern, you can see one of our clinical providers. We have board-certified physicians, nurse practitioners and nurses on our staff. We commonly diagnose, treat or consult with students for:
- Acute and chronic medical illnesses or injuries
- Testing and treatment for HIV and Sexually Transmitted Infections including PrEP for HIV prevention
- Immunizations and TB testing
- Nutrition services
- Men’s health care including testicular exams and contraceptive counseling
- Women’s health care including pap smears, emergency contraception and pregnancy testing
- And referrals to medical and dental specialists