Notre Dame College promotes a safe, healthy and vibrant campus community. From health information fairs in the residence halls to blood drives on campus, the Notre Dame community strives to be a healthy community. Notre Dame College does not have a Health Center on campus. However, there are numerous local resources for students to address health concerns.
- Located within walking distance of the college are two health care providers who welcome Notre Dame College students for appointments and services:
Urgent Care services at University Hospitals Chagrin Highlands Urgent Care Center are located within 5 miles of the college.
3909 Orange Place, Suite 2100
Orange Village, OH 44122
- 3909 Orange Place, Suite 2100
The closest hospital to Notre Dame College with emergency services is the Cleveland Clinic's Hillcrest Hospital.
6780 Mayfield Rd.
Mayfield Heights, OH 44124
- 6780 Mayfield Rd.
- Anyone in need of emergency medical services should contact Campus Security at 216.373.5212, or dial ext. 5212 from an on campus phone, or dial 911.
Incoming Student Information
Each full-time residential student is required to complete a medical history form and submit an immunization record before attending classes. Residence hall students are required to have medical insurance, and up-to-date immunizations. A Measles-Mumps-Rubella (MMR) second injection is mandatory for resident students.
- Medical records are confidential and, except in an emergency, information is released only with the student's permission. Please contact Tera Johnson, director of residence life, at 216.373.5274 or e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information about Notre Dame College's health services.