Health Services

A variety of health services are available to you in person and remotely. We want to help you maintain good health and general wellness through prevention, education and treatment services so you can focus on your studies and achieve your goals.

Currently, we offer:

  • Athletic physical exams
  • Birth control and sexuality information
  • Blood glucose testing
  • Blood pressure screenings
  • Hepatitis B immunizations
  • Pregnancy tests
  • Throat cultures
  • Treatment of minor injury or illness
  • Tuberculosis skin tests
  • Urine tests

All services are confidential and available for free or at a minimal charge to Oakton Community College students and employees. If you need medical or wellness assistance beyond what's offered, we can also offer referrals to local physicians or specialists.

For more information on staying healthy, check out Campus Well™, our online health and wellness magazine.

In-Person Services

In-person services are available at the Des Plaines campus by appointment only. Appointments are available Tuesday and Thursday from 9 a.m. - 3 p.m.

Des Plaines Campus
Wellness Center, Room 1200
Fax: 847.376.7010

Chris Petray, R.N.
Health Services Manager

Pat Beem, R.N.

Debra Mucha
Health Services Assistant

Remote Services

Remote health services are available from Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 pm.

To schedule an appointment, call 847.635.1885 or email

Remote services currently include:

  • Information regarding COVID-19 and health and wellness
  • Nurses for wellness education appointments by phone or virtual meetings
  • Information on community resources for HIV/STD testing, birth control, pregnancy, assistance in obtaining health insurance, and medical care for those without health insurance
  • Resources for LGBTQ+ students needing support
  • Phone consultation for health career students regarding medical requirements

The Health Services team is not able to provide medical care/consultation via telehealth or phone. Those who are feeling ill should contact their health care provider or call 911 in the case of a medical emergency.