Health Services

What’s Happening in Health Services

Thank you for coming to the Healthy Eating Club!

North Park University’s Healthy Eating Club had a great urn out this semester at the Seminary Kitchen. We made vegetable and lentil soup, chickpea burgers and roasted sweet potatoes, and cauliflower crust pizzas. A special thanks to Maria Mantice, Health Services Intern, for running the healthy eating club so flawlessly this semester. Thanks to all the students who came out to our meetings! We look forward to seeing you all next semester.

If you have questions about the healthy eating club, please contact Health Services (email or call 773-244-4897).

Get Your Flu Shot!

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends that anyone over the age of 6 months get the influenza vaccine. When more people are vaccinated, it stops flu viruses from being able to spread easily and keeps people healthier. College students should get the flu shot (ideally by the end of October) to prevent unexpected absences from class due to sickness.

Students with health insurance should go to their primary care physician or local pharmacy or health clinic for a flu shot. Students without health insurance can come to Health Services for a flu shot for $15 (billed to your student account). Email to set up an appointment on a Monday, Tuesday, or Thursday between 9 am and 3 pm.

FREE American Heart Association CPR/AED Training Classes

Staff from North Park University’s Athletic Training, Helwig Recreation Center, and Health Services are offering FREE Adult CPR and AED training classes for students, faculty, and staff in the Spring 2020 semester on the first Tuesday of the month from 1:30pm to 3:00pm in Helwig (207A).

Students and staff will learn how to recognize an emergency, provide cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and use the AED machines located all over campus in effort to save the lives of their classmates or coworkers.

The Adult CPR/AED training classes will follow the American Heart Association Heartsaver guidelines. Although the classes are free, participants have the option to purchase a certification card for $17. (Note: These classes do not fulfill training requirements for healthcare providers who require the Basic Life Support class.)

To sign up for the Adult CPR/AED training classes, please use SignUp Genius by clicking here.

Welcome to Health Services

With support and direction from Swedish Covenant Hospital, North Park University’s Health Services provides a variety of services for students to improve or maintain their health, obtain appropriate medical care, and make healthy life choices.

Health Services, along with Counseling Support, is located at 3317 W. Foster Avenue (four doors west of the North Park Postal Center).

Office hours for Health and Counseling Support Services are Monday through Friday from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm during the fall and spring semesters. A registered nurse is present on campus four days a week (see hours and contact information below). A certified nursing assistant is present during office hours Monday through Friday and can take vital signs and perform blood glucose checks when necessary.

Our Services

Contact the Nurse

The University Nurse is available in Health Services during the fall and spring semesters. The nurse’s clinic hours are as follows:

    • Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm
    • Fridays from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm

You can email the nurse (see button below) or refer to the FAQs for questions about where to seek medical care when Health Services is not open or the nurse is not present on campus.

Email Nurse

You can also reach the office staff at Health Services at 773-244-4897 or For medical emergencies please call 911.

Helwig Recreation Center

North Park students, faculty, and staff all have unlimited access to Helwig Recreation Center, which offers a variety of exercise equipment and classes, intramural athletics, and wellness education.

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Counseling Support Services

Along with physical health resources, North Park provides student care resources for mental and emotional health.


Sexual Violence and Rape Victims Resources

North Park University offers resources to support students, faculty, and staff who have experienced sexual violence.


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