Clemson’s Sullivan Center launches free non-COVID-19 virtual clinic visits for University employees, alumni, families
UPDATE: The Joseph F. Sullivan Center is extending its no-cost virtual clinic visits through July 31, 2020, to residents of Oconee County as well as Clemson University employees, alumni and families. To schedule a virtual clinic appointment, call (864) 656-3076. To learn more about the Sullivan Center virtual clinic, visit www.clemson.edu/virtualclinic.
To help alleviate financial and social distancing concerns about securing non-COVID-19 medical care, Clemson University’s Joseph F. Sullivan Center will provide virtual clinic visits at no cost to University employees, alumni and families.
Operated by Clemson’s College of Behavioral, Social and Health Sciences, the Sullivan Center is an interdisciplinary health center serving University employees and communities across South Carolina.
Through this service, patients will have secure virtual visits with one of the Sullivan Center’s nurse practitioners to address non-COVID-19 issues. If clinical problems cannot be fully addressed in a virtual visit, the Sullivan Center will schedule a follow-up, onsite visit at the Sullivan Center’s Clemson or Walhalla Clinic with heightened precautions against COVID-19 transmission. Normal billing will apply for onsite visits.
The new virtual clinic service is available through June 30 to Clemson alumni, faculty, staff and regular contract employees, as well as family members 16 years of age or older, who reside in South Carolina.
To schedule a virtual clinic appointment, call (864) 656-3076. To learn more about the Sullivan Center virtual clinic, visit www.clemson.edu/virtualclinic.