|Health Office Services & COVID-19 Update:|
SUNY CCC is closely monitoring local, state and federal guidance on COVID-19 and continues to develop plans for a safe return to campus. The Health Office at SUNY CCC remains open Monday through Thursday 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. We request that if you are ill with symptoms of COVID-19 such as cough, difficulty breathing, or fever that you do not come to campus. The Health Office recommends you contact your primary care provider for further instruction. If you are on campus and develop symptoms it is requested that you call 607-962-9257 before coming to the health center.
Protect yourself from illness; wash your hands frequently with soap and water for 20 seconds or use an alcohol based sanitizer, maintain 6 feet from others and wear a face mask when you can not maintain distancing.
The SUNY CCC Health Office is committed to providing quality health services to our students, staff, and faculty and is staffed by a registered nurse.
Available Services include:
- New York State Immunization Compliance
- Free over the counter medications
- Assessment and care of acute minor illnesses
- Care for acute injuries
- Blood pressure and other health screenings
- Nutritional counseling and support
- Referrals to community physicians and urgent care centers
- Annual flu clinics
- Free Condoms
- Free personal care items
- Health and wellness programs and education
- Tobacco cessation support
- American Red Cross blood drives
- Health awareness activities
Staff: Christine Bonarski RN
Location: Spencer Hill Campus, Lower Level Commons, Room M154
Hours: Monday through Thursday, 8am to 2pm
Contact: Phone: 607-962-9257 Fax: 607-962-9248
Alternate Contact: Department of Public Safety: 607-962-9000 Fax: 607-962-9004
Confidentiality: When you visit the Health Office, you will be treated with respect and your information will be kept confidential. Your medical records at SUNY Corning Community College Health Office are confidential, kept separately from academic records, and will be held for 6 years. We may only discuss an adult student's medical issues with their parents when given written permission from the student. The release of vaccination records also requires a written consent.