TNU Clinic

Notice: The TNU Clinic is temporarily closed. Please utilize TimelyCare if possible.

The Trevecca Clinic is located on the ground floor of Georgia Hall and is staffed by board-certified physician assistants. As of 6/30/23, the Clinic will be undergoing significant scheduling changes. To see our hours and make an appointment, please visit the Appt. Scheduling page at

In order to maintain health and safety of the University, students are required to schedule an appointment prior to being seen. Appointments can be scheduled by going to, emailing or calling 615-248-1261. At this time, no walk-in visits will be accepted. 

All students, faculty and staff are required to wear a facial covering throughout the duration of their appointment, regardless of the purpose for the visit. Aside from exceptional circumstances, visitors with the patient will be asked to wait outdoors or in their vehicle.

Services provided include:
  • Preventive care 
  • Testing for COVID-19
    • Rapid and PCR testing are available at providers’ discretion
  • Treatment for minor illnesses such as:
    • Seasonal allergies
    • Common colds
    • Sore throats 
    • Asthma 
    • GI upset (vomiting, diarrhea, constipation, reflux)
    • UTI, yeast infection 
    • Acute skin issues (infections, rashes)
  • Treatment for minor injuries 
    • Sprains/strains
    • Referral for x-ray 
Traditional undergraduate students may bring to the clinic any injectable medications prescribed by private physicians with instructions for administration.
  • This includes allergen desensitization therapy (“allergy shots”)

At the providers’ discretion, the Clinic can assist in securing referrals with private physicians such as OBGYNs, Orthopedists and local PCPs.

The Trevecca Clinic is not equipped to provide evaluation and treatment for severe or life-threatening conditions. Students with such conditions should be seen at an ER.​​​​​​​
At the providers’ discretion, the Clinic can assist in securing referrals with private physicians such as OBGYNs, orthopedists, ENTs, etc.

Students with chronic or serious health conditions, particularly those from out of state, are encouraged to establish care with a local primary care provider and/or specialist to ensure continuity of care while they are a student at Trevecca. The Clinic maintains lists of local providers who have seen Trevecca students in the past that can be provided upon request.

The clinic is available for non-emergencies to traditional undergraduate students at no cost.

In-stock medications for non-recurring issues will be provided at no additional cost. (Medical prescriptions, if not filled at the clinic, can be filled at any local pharmacy.)

Students are responsible for the costs of lab work or any other third-party expenses.