The Panther Clinic is supervised by CoxHealth Systems. Services provided at the Panther Clinic by a nurse practitioner include consultation, self-care recommendations, health information and immunizations.
Who can use the Panther Clinic?
Bring your photo ID and insurance card, or you’ll be considered a self-pay patient.
The Panther Clinic is located in Weiser Gym and has an exterior entrance on the west side facing Drury Lane.
Monday – Friday
9 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
(closed for lunch 12:30-1 p.m.)
Closed on official Drury holidays
Services provided include treatment of common illnesses, basic checkups, and some vaccinations. Some over-the-counter medications are available for the students (without charge) for self-care of many common ailments and illnesses:
The Panther Clinic staff will provide guidance and/or referrals if further medical assistance is required. Weekend or after hour care is available at various locations including:
Services of the Panther Clinic operated by CoxHealth are free to those qualifying groups listed with the exception of diagnostic testing and vaccinations. Students and employees must present their Drury University I.D. and insurance card prior to being seen. If there is no insurance carrier, payment is expected at the time of service for diagnostic testing or vaccinations.
Drury University Panther Clinic is not staffed or equipped to manage medical emergencies other than those requiring only simple first aid. Also, nursing staff do not make campus house calls. In a true emergency, it is important to obtain care as quickly as possible, and valuable time may be wasted by calling the Panther Clinic.
If a student or employee is in need of immediate attention, call 7911, which will be answered by Drury’s Security Office. Security will keep you on the line and call 911 for an ambulance. We ask that you do this so Security can quickly assist with directing emergency vehicles to the exact location of the person in need and provide traffic control.
Please note that campus personnel do not provide transportation. If the patient is unable to get to treatment without assistance, request that an ambulance be dispatched.