On-campus medical care

Hudson Headwaters Mobile Health

9 a.m. to 4 p.m. the second and fourth Thursday of every month, outside the Residence Hall

SUNY Adirondack, in partnership with Hudson Headwaters, is proud to offer on-campus medical care at Hudson Headwaters Mobile Health Center outside the Residence Hall. The mobile unit is a highly customized 40-foot vehicle that includes two fully equipped private exam rooms, a registration area, a point-of-care testing area, a lab draw station and care facility offering primary care visits for adults and children. The health center includes a bathroom and wheelchair lift.  

The Mobile Health Center is on campus from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. the second and fourth Thursday of every month. Hudson Headwaters Mobile Health offers confidential STD/STI testing, preventive health visits, annual physicals, sports physicals, routine care, medication management, sick visits, birth control or emergency contraceptives, and so much more! 



Appointments can be scheduled at hhhn.org/mobilehealth/ or by calling 518-623-0871. Walk-ins are also welcome! Once you're scheduled, you can complete your patient forms on the Hudson Headwaters app. As a patient, you can also conveniently access health records, view test results, message your provider and more, all through the Hudson Headwaters patient portal.

Hudson Headwaters cares for everyone in our communities, regardless of financial or insurance status. The network participates with most major insurers, including Medicare and Medicaid, and offers sliding fee discounts and budget plans. If you need help securing health care coverage, contact The Hub at SUNY Adirondack, which was developed to help meet the non-academic needs of students. 

On-site nurse

11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday, Residence Hall

Glens Falls Hospital nurse Deb Neal is available to see students from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday in the Residence Hall, Room 159A. She can provide first aid treatment and health education, offer initial assessment, triage and follow-up care, and act as a resource for medical information. Visits to the nurse are free.  

If you are on campus and have a medical emergency, contact Public Safety at 518-743-7233 or dial 911.