CORONAVIRUS & SAFETY PRECAUTIONS:

Health Services

COVID-19 UPDATE: The college is operational but most college services are available remotely and modified schedules may be in place. Whenever possible, appointments should be done by email, phone, or virtually. You can view the college directory or browse our website for contact information. Information related to COVID-19 and returning to campus can be found at BristolCC.edu/Together.


Bristol Student Health Services helps you maximize your health and well-being while achieving academic success at the college.

Services include the following:

  • Monthly education programs
  • First Aid
  • Consultation
  • Answers to health questions
  • Immunization record-keeping
  • Some over-the-counter medicines
  • Referrals to outside agencies
  • Free condoms
  • Free health information brochures
  • Free pregnancy, STD, and HIV testing by Family Planning once a week
  • Substance use screening and substance abuse counseling

The office works with area health providers to offer students comprehensive care, referrals, and resources. Student Health Services in committed to providing you respectful, caring, and confidential services. All visits are confidential and free-of-charge.

Staff

  • Jill Dumont BSN, RN, Health Services Coordinator
  • Ronald Martin, RN, Staff Nurse
     

Available Health Information

Health Services provides Health Education Programming on various health topics. Examples include the following: HIV/Aids, Smoking Cessation, Alcohol & Drugs, Sexually Transmitted Diseases, and Domestic Violence. Often other agencies participate.

Immunization Records

The state of Massachusetts requires certain students to submit proof of immunizations to Bristol, typically before the start of classes but absolutely no later than 30 days after the start of classes. Failure to submit your immunization records will result in an enrollment hold being placed on your Bristol recordwhich will prevent registration for future courses.
Please note: Students who are taking classes fully on-line are exempt from the immunization requirements for the Fall 2020 semester.
 
Flu vaccine will be required for students that will be on campus. This will need to be completed by October 31. More information to come. Please check back.
 
Click here to learn more about the requirements and how to submit your records.