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Women’s Health Services at the IUP Health Service

Annual exams, including PAP testing, are available by appointment. There is a $35 physical fee posted to the student’s IUP URSA account for this visit. No money is needed at the time of the visit. If the visit includes PAP testing, a specimen is sent to an off-campus lab for processing. We can include the student’s insurance information so that the lab can bill existing health insurance, or it can be sent as a “self-pay” lab test and the student would get a bill from the lab for the processing.

Contraceptive care appointments can be made to determine how to begin contraception. Choices would include monthly oral contraceptive pills, Depo-Provera injections, and the NuvaRing. There is a $10 co-pay posted to the student’s IUP URSA account for this visit. No money is needed at the time of the visit. If a student wished to continue contraceptive care from a previous provider, there is a release of information consent form that needs to be completed and faxed prior to the visit.

Depo-Provera injections can be given at the Health Service by appointment. There is a $10 co-pay posted to the student’s IUP URSA account for this visit. No money is needed at the time of the visit. If the student has received Depo-Provera from another provider, there is a release of information form that needs to be completed and faxed prior to the visit. The student should allow time to receive the information from the previous provider prior to the Health Service administering their medicine. If the student wants to begin Depo-Provera, they need to make an appointment for contraceptive services and a prescription can be written from IUP to purchase the medicine.

Gardasil injections are available at the Health Service by appointment. There is a $10 co-pay and a medicine charge of $140 posted to the student’s IUP URSA account for this visit. No money is needed at the time of the visit. We provide forms to give the student for presenting to any existing health insurance to ask for reimbursement. Students may want to check with their insurance company to see if reimbursement is possible prior to incurring the charge. If the student has received Gardasil from another provider, there is a release of information form that needs to be completed and faxed prior to the visit. The student should allow time to receive the information from the previous provider prior to the Health Service administering their medicine.

Off-campus Women’s Health Care locations are also able to offer the services listed above. These clinics use income-based fee structures and have the ability to offer low-cost and even no-cost services to students who qualify:

Adagio Health
1097 Oak Street
(724) 349-2022

Indiana OB-Gyn Clinic
879 Hospital Road
(724) 357-8198

HIV testing is not currently available at the IUP Health Service. It is available at the following place in town, and we can provide transportation to these locations while we are open:

Adagio Health
1097 Oak Street
(724) 349-2022

  • Health Service
  • Center for Health and Well-Being
    Suites on Maple East
    901 Maple Street
    Indiana, PA 15705
  • Phone: 724-357-2550
  • Administration: 724-357-6475
  • Fax: 724-357-6212
  • Office Hours
  • Monday through Thursday
  • 8:00 a.m.–4:30 p.m.
  • Friday 10:00 a.m.–4:30 p.m.
  • Open during lunch hour
  • Closed weekends and major holidays