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Cost

Office visits to Student Health Services:

  • See Charge/Fee List below
  • TCNJ students can be seen by a medical practitioner in the office, regardless of insurance coverage.
  • A examination and evaluation by a Student Health Services’ medical practitioner for illness and injury is free. 
  • There is a fee for physicals, suture removal, and pre-departure travel health evaluations.
  • There is an item-charge associated with vaccines, some supplies (e.g., crutches, air casts), contraceptive pills, in-office laboratory tests, & TB skin tests.
  • Payment is expected at the time of the office visit.  Cash, TCNJ GetIt card, and Visa, MasterCard and Discover cards are accepted.  

Laboratory Testing:

  • Other than those tests performed in the office (e.g., strep, flu, pregnancy, urinalysis, blood glucose), laboratory testing of a complex nature is sent an off-campus laboratory facility, either Lab Corp or Quest Diagnostics.
  • It is important that patients bring their health insurance information with them so that it can be provided to the laboratory. 
  • TCNJ is not responsible for out-of-pocket expenses that patients incur due to insurance benefit exclusions or co-insurance expenses (i.e., deductibles, co-pays).
  • We can draw blood in our office and send it out.  This service is limited to laboratory tests ordered for our patients by our medical practitioners.

Pharmacy:

  • There is NO on-campus pharmacy.
  • Patients can use the pharmacy of their choice to fill prescriptions ordered by Student Health Services. The prescription can be provided to the patient or sent electronically to any pharmacy.
  • Transportation to a pharmacy is not provided by TCNJ.
  • The Robbins Pharmacy. located one mile from campus, provides free prescription delivery to campus.  See https://health.tcnj.edu/prescription-medicine/ for details. 
  • It is important that patients bring their prescription insurance information with them so that our office can fax it to The Robbins Pharmacy.
  • Medicine delivered by The Robbins Pharmacy must be pre-paid to qualify for delivery to campus. 

TCNJ Student Health Insurance Plan:

  • Patients who are enrolled in this Plan do not have out-of-pocket expenses for services provided in Student Health Services.  
  • Exclusions: Purchases made for medicine, emergency contraceptive pills and fever thermometers. 
  • This agreement does not extend to off-campus facilities such as laboratory and pharmacy.

Charge/Fee List (updated August 26, 2019)

ITEM

COST EACH

Ace Bandage

$3

Air Cast for ankle injury

$45

Birth Control Pills

Aubra®

Tarina®

Tulana®

Lyza®

 

$10 for 30-day supply

Blood Glucose Test (fingerstick)

$5

Clotrimazole Vaginal Cream

$5 tube

Crutches

$25 pair

Ear Wax Removal

$5

Emergency contraception – EContraEZ® (available for purchase without an appointment)

$10

Nebulizer Treatment (used for lung disorders to help open airways)

$5

No-Show Fee for Missed Appointment

$10

Physical Exam (for Nursing, International Study, Grad School, most Internships)

$20

Pre-Departure Travel Health Evaluation

$20 (does not include cost for recommended or required vaccinations or prescription medicine)

Rapid Flu Test (results in 15 minutes)

$20

Rapid Mono Test (results in 15 minutes)

$5

Rapid Pregnancy Test (results in 15 minutes)

$5

Rapid Strep Test (results in 15 minutes)

$5

Sling for arm injury

$7

STI Testing (may include chlamydia, gonorrhea, syphilis, & HIV)

$10

Surgical Shoe

$15

Suture / Staple Removal

$5

TB Skin Test (Mantoux test)

$10

Thermometer (available for purchase without an appointment from our receptionist)

$4

Urine Dipstick Test  (results in 15 minutes)

$5

Vaccinations – Routine & Travel

Click HERE for pricing

 

 

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