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Health and Wellness Center

The Health and Wellness Center provides compassionate, high-quality medical and mental health services and wellness education to students. In promoting wellness, we also serve as a health and medical resource for the campus community.

  • Accessing Services

    Services available at the Health and Wellness Center include medical health visits, counseling services, annual health updates, and prescription delivery from a local Wegmans pharmacy. We encourage students to contact the center either by phone (585) 385-8280 or through our appointment request forms on the patient portal.

    To ensure we are prepared to provide you with the best possible care when visiting the Health and Wellness Center, we use an online patient portal for secure, health-related information and communication. 

    Access the Patient Portal

COVID-19 Vaccination Policy

Fisher requires all students to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19. View the COVID-19 Vaccination policy as well as the process to request an exemption.


TimelyCare 24/7 Telehealth for Students

Cobranded Timely Care Logo with Cardinal head.

All students now have 24/7 free, immediate, and unlimited access to medical and mental health screening visits through TimelyCare.

During the 2021-2022 academic year, TimelyCare will remain an option for all students who are in need of health care or counseling support.

On-Demand Counseling Support from TimelyCare

Talk Now is a part of TimelyCare and is a free and confidential service that will immediately link you to a counselor for a tele-counseling session.

Scheduled Counseling is also now available through TimelyCare. This service allows students to meet with a consistent licensed mental health provider for up to 12 sessions.

In an Emergency

Contact the Department of Safety and Security at (585) 385-8111 for any medical or mental health emergency. When off campus, students should call 911.

Counselor on Call

During the academic year, there is an on-call counselor that may be contacted to assist in assessing the urgency of a mental health situation. This individual is accessed through the Department of Safety and Security.

If you are having thoughts of suicide and/or a mental health emergency, contact Safety and Security at (585) 385-8111 (on-campus) contact 911 (off or on campus), or the National Suicide Prevention Hotline at 1 (800) 273-8255.

Area Hospitals

Confidentiality

All counseling and medical records are kept strictly confidential and will not be released to anyone without written permission or consent, except as required by law and professional ethics.

We offer an online release of information form which can be completed fully electronically. This is located on the patient portal under the forms tab.