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  • No appointment is needed to receive care at the Health and Wellness Center. Patients are seen by one of our registered nurses on a first-come, first-served basis, unless their condition warrants otherwise.


    Among the free and confidential services offered are first aid and emergency care; short-term medical treatment; pregnancy testing; blood pressure screening; weight monitoring; and referrals to off-campus clinics, specialists, testing facilities, and pharmacies.

    Physicians
    The University physicians, whose services are only available to students, are available part-time during the fall and spring semesters.

    Other Services
    Massage therapy, athletic physicals, and sports medicine are also offered through the Health and Wellness Center.

     

    Welcome to the Health & Wellness Center

     

    VODRA HALL - SUITE 107    
    (201) 200-3456 
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    Dr. Robert Lukenda    
    Consulting Physician    
    NJCU Health & Wellness Center 
     
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    FALL SEMESTER OFFICE HOURS
    Monday - Friday: 8:30 am- 4:30 pm*
    *last patient sign-in at 4:15 pm
    Closed: Saturday and Sunday 

     
     

     
     Consulting Physician:   
    Dr. Robert Lukenda   
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    Vodra Hall, Suite 107
    Phone: (201) 200-3456 Fax: (201) 200-2011
     

     

    MEDICAL EMERGENCIES

    In the event of an on-campus medical emergency contact the NJCU Public Safety desk at Ext. 3128 or Dial “55” from any on-campus phone. When using a cell phone, dial 201-200-3128. The Public Safety department is staffed 24 hours a day.

    Campus injuries are to be reported to the Public Safety Department immediately. Campus injuries should also be reported to the Health & Wellness Center within 24 hours of the incident or on the next available business day. The H&WC staff can assist you with first-aid and after care. Our staff will also complete an Incident Report.