The Community Medical Center now offers virtual visits!
To set up an appointment, please call 315.364.3273 or 315.364.3388.
All visits are by appointment, unless of course there is an emergency. When calling for an appointment please identify yourself as a Wells College student and explain the reason for the visit. If you are extremely sick, please express urgency when scheduling your appointment.
The Medical Center will try their best to work around your class schedules, but understand that there may be times when we have no other time available than during a class time. The office can also complete video visits by appointment.
If you are unable to keep your appointment please call the office and cancel. It is also important to bring your student ID and health insurance information to your appointment.
The Community Medical Center is open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 pm; it is closed on Saturday and Sunday. You can also reach our after-hours answering service at 888.586.8342; if you have a medical emergency during the time that the Medical Center is closed, please contact Campus Safety at 315.364.3229 and an officer will assist you.
Heather MacAdam, MD
B.S., Hofstra University
M.D., University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry
Intern/Resident Internal Medicine – Columbia Univeristy’s Primary Care Program (Bassett Hospital)
Board certified in internal medicine since 1998
Member, American Medical Association, American College of Physicians, and American Society of Addiction Medicine
Medical Director,Cayuga Addiction Recovery Services
Colleen Saxton, FNP
BSRN, Keuka College
MSN, SUNY Upstate Medical Center
Board-certified family nurse practictioner (FNP) since 1997 by the American Nurses Credentialing Center
Member, Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing, NYSNP Association (Finger Lakes chapter)
Thomas Berkert, PA-C
PA, Long Island University, Brooklyn Hospital
Kevin Jones, FNP
MSN, Binghamton University
Cynthia Delap, LCSW
B.S., Empire State College
MSW, Syracuse University
Stephanie Zuber, LMHC
B.S.W., Eastern University (St. Davids, Pa.)
MMHC, SUNY Oswego
Tara Williams, Office Manager
- Adolescent and adult immunizations
- Allergy shots
- Cortisone injections
- D.O.T. physicals
- EKGs and echocardiograms
- Gynecological care, such as pap smears
- Mental health screenings
- Mental health and personal counseling
- Minor surgical procedures, such as minor suturing or removal of moles, warts and skin tags
- Pregnancy testing and referrals
- Referrals (mammogram, DEXA scans, etc.)
- Routine lab tests, such as cholesterol, prothrombin, thyroid, diabetes, and so forth)
- Routine physical exams
- Screenings for conditions including cholesterol, thyroid, diabetes, cancer, prostate, allergy, and hypertension
All students must submit the following forms, distributed in the Enrollment Handbook:
- Health history
- Authorization form (consent to provide medical services to anyone under 18 years old)
- Home physician information
- Immunization record(s)
- Meningococcal Vaccine Information Sheet — must be signed by parent or adult student
- Physical examination form
If these forms are not received, it may result in a student’s dismissal from the College, including athletics, campus life activities, and campus housing. New York State resident students must comply with proof of immunization or exemption within 30 days; students from other states or from outside the United States have 45 days. Wells College is obligated to dismiss noncompliant students under state law. Proof of immunization or exemption will be required for readmission to Wells College.
Kinney Prescription Delivery: Every Friday, the Kinney Drugs pharmacy in Moravia delivers prescriptions to the Community Medical Center. In order to fill a prescription, you or your physician must send the prescription to that Kinney Drugs location. (To do so, you must call them directly; see contact info below). If there is a cost associated with the prescription, payment must be received at the Community Medical Center by the time the prescription is delivered; otherwise, your prescription will not be fulfilled.
130 Main Street
Moravia, NY 13118
Health care at the Community Medical Center is covered by student/family health insurance plans, with the College paying any outstanding co-pays or deductibles to ensure students receive care at no additional cost. However, the College does not cover co-pays or deductibles for outside laboratory tests, X-rays, consultations or surgery. Please consult with staff at the Community Medical Center regarding covered services.
Professional counseling services are available at the Community Medical Center. Students may see a counselor every other week for up to eight visits per semester (16 per year), unless additional sessions are recommended by the therapist. Counseling at the Community Medical Center is covered by student/family health insurance plans, with Wells College paying any co-pays or deductibles. When a student requires extended psychiatric care (beyond 16 visits annually), the student and his/her parent and/or guardian are responsible for making appropriate arrangements.
Need More Information?
For questions concerning student health coverage at the Community Medical Center, please contact Kit Van Orman, director of human resources and business services, at email@example.com or 315.364.3317.