Our Mission

The Elon University Faculty/Staff Health & Wellness Clinic promotes, maintains and improves the health and well-being of the University Community in support of the institution’s academic mission.  This is accomplished by providing  health care services to support mind, body & spirit. 

Lab Testing

Lab tests are drawn by RNs and processed by LabCorp. All testing is covered at no charge if you have Elon's insurance. Results are faxed to your physician and sent to the Phoenix Health patient portal for your reveiw.Turnaround time for lab results are usually between 48-72 hours.

 

Exercise Classes - Qi Gong

Enjoy staying active through a variety of Health and Wellness progams that target mind, body and spirit. Visit our online calendar to find one that is right for you!

 

Vaccines and Travel Clinic

Need a vaccine or traveling out of the country? We offer free vaccines and a travel clinic for all Elon Faculty and Staff plus their family members 18 and over covered under Elon’s health insurance. Visit the Phoenix Health Portal  and click forms to complete the travel plan  questionairre.  

  

 

Dietitian Counseling

Meet with a registered dietitian  for help with weight loss, diabetes, special dietary restrictions, lowering cholesterol and other medical issues.

 

Acute Care Clinic

Our acute care clinic is staffed by a physician assistant (PA) and registered nurses and operates similar to an Urgent Care clinic. There is no fee or copay.

Today's Events

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Community Spotlight

Women's Heart Health event - Feb. 6

Student Health and Wellness to offer CPR/AED classes 

Next AED/CPR Training is Tuesday, September 15 from 3:15-6:30 p.m. in Harden Club House. Students will be given reservation priority until noon Thursday, Sept. 3.

Hours & Location

Location
Ellington Center for Health & Wellness
301 South O'Kelly Avenue, Elon NC 27244
Phone: 336-278-5569
Fax: 336-888-977-1363

Clinic Hours of Operation
Monday - Thursday 7:30am - 4:00pm
Friday 7:30am - 12:00 pm

PA Appointment Hours
Monday 8:30am - 12:30pm
Tuesday 12:00pm - 4:00pm
Wednesday - Friday 8:00am - 12:00pm

*The clinic follows the Elon University Schedule for Inclement Weather

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