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All Regis College students are eligible for health services. Regis College Health Services staff provides timely, accessible, and confidential health care. Our goal is to maintain the physical, psychological, and social well being of students through education, health promotion, and illness prevention. We view all students as individuals and take a holistic approach to health care.
All of our students are also eligible for mental health services, including counseling, medication evaluation, and referral. Mental health professionals are on campus daily. Services are available year-round, 24 hours a day.
We encourage all Regis College students to utilize the Health Services Office. We are available to answer any questions or to discuss any problems or concerns. If there is a need for further evaluation, we will refer you to the appropriate provider or to Newton-Wellesley Hospital.
Location: Ground floor of Maria Hall
For counseling services
We respect that students have concerns about confidentiality. Health Services maintains a policy of strict confidentiality for all counseling services and medical records. Parents, faculty, and administrators do not have access to your medical records. Information is released only with your written permission, except as required by law or in a life-threatening situation. Health records are not a part of a student's transcript or college record. Each student seen is offered a copy of our confidentiality policy.
Dear Dianna is a question and answer resource now located on the Health Services website for Regis College students. Dear Dianna gives students the opportunity to privately ask and submit questions on a variety of health related topics such as alcohol use, eating disorders, exercise and fitness, mental health, nutrition, preventative health, relationships, sexuality, sleep hygiene, stress management, substance abuse, tobacco and more. Dear Dianna will privately answer your questions and provide you with comprehensive, trustworthy, accurate information and resources. Dear Dianna is not intended to replace professional medical care and if you are in need of medical attention consult with a healthcare provider immediately.
Ground floor of Maria Hall
Dianna Jones, DNP, APRN-BC, FNP
Director of Health Services
Family Nurse Practitioner
Gail Hanson-Mayer, CNS
Certified Psychiatric Clinical
Kathryn Klickstein, LICSW
Licensed Social Worker