The following will provide various medical facilities and pharmacies that are located in the surrounding communities for students seeking emergency medical care.
The preferred medical facilities for students experiencing non-life threatening emergencies are as follows:
13916 Cedar Road
University Heights, Ohio 44118
Hours are Monday through Thursday 8 a.m. – 9 p.m.
Friday 8 a.m.- 5 p.m.; Saturday 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.; Closed Sunday
University Urgent Care – Chagrin Highlands Medical Center
3909 Orange Place (near I-271 and Chagrin)
Orange Village, Ohio 44122
Hours are Monday through Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m; Holidays 9 a.m.- 3 p.m;
Beachwood Cleveland Clinic Expresscare
26900 Cedar Road
Beachwood, Ohio 44122 Phone: 216.839.3000
Hours are Monday through Friday 6 a.m. - 9 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.
GO Clinic–Same day Orthopedic Specialists
University Hospitals-Ahuja Medical Center
3999 Richmond Rd – Suite 200
Beachwood, OH 44122
Hours are Monday through Friday 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
Saturday 8 a.m.-12 p.m.
If students need to be evaluated for possible hospital admission, or for medical emergencies arising after Med Group and Urgent Care hours, choices are as follows:
11100 Euclid Avenue
Cleveland, Ohio 44106
Phone: Adult (over 19) ER — 216.844.3722
Phone: Pediatrics (under 19) ER — 216.844.1644
6780 Mayfield Road
Mayfield Heights, Ohio 44124
Phone: Adult (21and over) ER — 440.449.4600
Phone: Pediatrics (under 21) ER — 440.449.7337
South Pointe Hospital
4110 Warrensville Center Road
Warrensville Heights, Ohio 44122
Phone: ER — 216.491.6110
No Pediatrics ER
Ahuja Medical Center
3999 Richmond Road
Beachwood, Ohio 44122
Phone: ER — 216.593.5800
HealthSpan (formerly Kaiser Permanente)
10 Severence circle (Mayfield and Taylor)
Cleveland Heights, Ohio 44118
Emergency services, Urgent care
24 hours a day, 7 days a week
20621 Fairmount Blvd
Shaker Heights, Ohio
2135 Warrensville Center Road
South Euclid, Ohio
13883 Cedar Road
South Euclid, Ohio
The following is the list of professionals and offices available at the Student Health and Wellness Center. Physicians are available Monday and Thursday, 1:00 p.m.- 4:45 p.m. during class days of the academic school year. All physician visits are billed through the patient’s health insurance.
Cleveland Clinic Physicians 9500 Euclid Avenue Cleveland, OH 44195
Dr. Lauren Smit
Dr. Marie Schaefer
Dr. Steven Turoczi
Dr. Neha Vyas
Rima Toukan, MS R.D.N., L.D.
Travel Clinic, Women’s Wellness Clinic
Affiliated with Cuyahoga County Board of Health
John Carroll University (JCU) and the Student Health and Wellness Center supports the Catholic Church’s views on the sanctity of life at all stages and is committed to offering students resources that support their pregnancy.
In keeping with Catholic tradition and teachings, voluntary termination of pregnancy will not be offered at the JCU Student Health and Wellness Center nor will referrals for termination be made. In addition, the JCU Student Health and Wellness Center will not distribute contraceptives or contraceptive devices in any form, although providers at the Center may, as appropriate and necessary, prescribe medications for the treatment of a documented condition.
Student Health and Wellness Center:
Located lower level, Murphy Hall – Phone 216.397.4349
The Health and Wellness Center Nurses will advocate for pregnant students to access resources on and off campus to meet their health needs and other support services.
Located on the First Floor of the D.J. Lombardo Student Center – Phone 216.397.4717
Campus Ministry welcomes the opportunity to be of assistance to pregnant students who will meet with trained pastoral ministers in a caring, supportive, non-judgmental environment to consider the spiritual dimensions. Also, Campus Ministry will connect students with individuals from their own faith to discuss specific faith traditions and offer spiritual support.
University Counseling Center:
Located at 2567 South Belvoir Blvd. (second house from tennis courts) – Phone 216.397.4283.
The Counseling Center can assist students in developing greater self-understanding and help resolve issues that interfere with students optimal personal functioning.
Office of Residence Life – Located on the Ground Floor of the D.J. Lombardo Student Center– Phone 216.397.4408
Pregnant students are able to and encouraged to continue to live in the residence halls. Depending on availability and need, a private room with bathroom may be provided to a pregnant student. JCU does not allow infants or children to live on campus with their parents. Student Health Center and Residence Life staff will assist parenting students in securing housing off campus.
Located in Rodman Hall, second floor – 216.397.4248
Pregnant students should contact the Office of Financial Aid to determine if they are eligible for additional consideration for financial aid.
Located at 5400 Transportation Boulevard, Suite 10, Cleveland, Ohio, 44125-5324 – Phone 216.662.5700 Womankind Maternal and Prenatal Care Center provides a free prenatal clinic staffed primarily by loving and non-judgmental volunteers as the way to meet the medical and emotional needs of women who are pregnant or think they might be. Womankind helps with referrals for issues such as adoption, legal and psychiatric assistance, and drug treatment. They provide comprehensive prenatal care combined with education and emotional support. Womankind is confidential, comprehensive, and compassionate and meets current standards of care.
Located in Cleveland, Ohio – Phone 440.886.2620
Maggie’s Place is a community of homes that provide hospitality for pregnant women that are alone. Maggie’s Place provides for the immediate physical and emotional needs of a pregnant woman including shelter, food, clothing, and a supportive community. Also, Maggie’s Place will connect the expectant woman to the appropriate agencies and resources including prenatal care, health insurance, low-cost housing, and education programs.
Located at 960 East 185th Street, Cleveland, Ohio, 44119 Phone 216.486.2800
Birthright takes a confidential, “non-moralistic, non-judgmental” approach toward helping women through their pregnancy dilemmas. Birthright offers free pregnancy testing, friendship and emotional support, legal, medical, and educational referrals, prenatal information, maternity and baby clothes, housing referrals, social agency referrals, information on other community services, and adoption information.
Located at 14077 Cedar Road #100, South Euclid, Ohio, 44118 Phone 216.371.4848
Alternaterm Pregnancy Services strives to be a Christ-centered ministry that provides a safe, non-judgmental environment for women and couples facing unexpected pregnancies. Services include pregnancy tests/prenatal care, peer counseling, educational classes (childbirth/parenting), screening for STI’s and practical support (prenatal vitamins and maternity/infant clothing). They are part of a national network committed to providing quality care, accurate information, and a place of hope during what may be a challenging time
Bethesda-the House of Mercy:
Located in Chippewa Lake, Ohio, 44215 – Phone 800.482.4100
Bethesda the House of Mercy is a ministry of mercy and reconciliation. They provide a community of healing and hope for persons wounded by abortion, through one-on-one peer support, telephone crisis intervention, printed materials, sacrament of reconciliation, liturgy, annual retreats, and other healing services.
Student Health Form
Required to be completed by all students prior to entering the University. This form includes emergency and insurance information, medical history, and an immunization record. Students under the age of 18 at the time of form completion must print out the forms and have their parent or guardian sign the forms. Download Now
Air Conditioning Unit Request Form
In order to request an air conditioning unit for your residence hall room, you MUST have a diagnosed medical condition and physician statement.
Authorization for Release of Confidential Information
In order to release or request any personal medical information, you must complete an authorization form.
Flu Season is Here-Take Care of Yourself!
- Get your FLU SHOT!
- Frequent hand washing (especially prior to eating)
- Get adequate rest (6-8 hours/night)
- Healthy diet (avoid alcohol and smoking)
- Stay away from sick people
- Keep hands away from face/mouth
Symptoms – sudden onset
- Body and head aches
- Sore throat
- Cough and congestion
- Extreme fatigue
- Increase fluids (no alcohol and caffeine)
- Visit the Student Health Center for evaluation, treatment and free over-the-counter medication
- Seek immediate medical care if having difficulty breathing, unable to reduce fever, there is an increase head pain or confusion.