Academic Building, Room 2260
Mon, Tue, Thur & Fri, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Wed, 2 to 7 p.m.
(Closed Fridays May 23-Aug. 15)
The Wellness Center promotes health and wellness to faculty, staff and students at all College campuses, by developing and delivering programs on health and wellness topics.
We’re here to promote your good health. We encourage students and staff to take advantage of our wellness education offerings, including health/wellness fairs, publications and online information. Here is more information on these programs and services:
News you can use from the Wellness Center
Wellness Center programs and screenings
We offer a Red Cross Blood Drive, Health Fair, HIV/AIDS testing and other services. See the calendar of events.
Stop by the Wellness Center for brochures, flyers, books and other resources on wellness topics from AIDS to diabetes, nutrition and smoking. Students can view available resources on delaGATE.
What to do in case of a medical emergency on campus
When an injury or illness occurs on any campus or center, Safety and Security is to be contacted immediately. Security Officers are certified in CPR/AED. All faculty, staff, students and visitors are authorized to call 911 in the event of a medical emergency. Phones are located around the buildings. If you are calling from a College phone, you must first dial a 9 to get an outside line (9-911).
|Pennocks Bridge Campus||610-869-5100|
|Upper Darby Center||610-723-1241|
Temporary medical parking privilege
If you need a temporary (up to eight weeks) medical parking privilege permit because of a medical condition, see the Wellness Coordinator with your doctor’s statement of a medical condition that necessitates temporary medical parking.
Information on abuse
The Wellness Center and the Career and Counseling Center are here to help you learn more about physical, sexual and emotional abuse, safety tips on getting help, warning signs and information on 24-hour hotlines for battered women.
Resources for Health Services