Lyndon Health and Counseling

Lyndon Health and Counseling

On Campus Health and Counseling at NVU-Lyndon

North is community.

The Health Center at Northern Vermont University-Lyndon offers outpatient medical care at no cost to registered NVU students.

This office provides:

  • Assessment and treatment of most minor illnesses and injuries
  • Sports physicals
  • Birth control
  • Ongoing care for chronic illnesses and special problems
  • Necessary prescription medications whenever possible
  • Counseling and psychological care
  • Alcohol and addiction recovery care

Visits to the NVU-Lyndon Health Center are by appointment. A nurse, a doctor, or physician's assistant is on campus five days a week during the academic year.

The NVU-Lyndon Health Center
Due to COVID-19, our Reception Hours are:
Monday through Friday — 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Email and phone messages will be checked Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

802.626.6440 (phone) | 802.626.6387 (fax)

LyndonHealth@NorthernVermont.edu

*Our medical staff will be able to provide in-office visits for certain needs beginning Monday, October 12, 2020 — by appointment only.

(Please note: the Health and Counseling Office is closed during the summer and reopens with regular hours in late August. Please contact the Student Life Office at 802.626.6418 with any questions during the summer.)

In case of an after-hours emergency:

Medical/Mental Health Emergency— call 911

Mental Health Support—Northeast Kingdom Human Services — call 802-748-3181 or 800-649-0118

Medical Support—Northeastern Vermont Regional Hospital (St. Johnsbury) — Walk-in or call 802-748-8141

Need assistance or help determining who to call/where to go? Public Safety— 802-626-6452 or Residential Life at 802-274-3152 

Lyndon Rescue, Inc. On-campus emergency response unit — Call 911

Area Hospitals

Northeastern Vermont Regional Hospital
St. Johnsbury, VT
Emergency Room: 24 hours
802.748.8141

Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center
Hanover, NH
603.650.5000