University Medical Services
COVID-19 Vaccines and Resources
University Medical Services is committed to your health and safety. Our healthcare team is encouraging students, faculty, and staff to be vaccinated against COVID-19. We encourage those with concerns or questions to consult with their family medical provider. The COVID-19 vaccine is optional for Cedarville faculty, staff, and students. Vaccines in Ohio may be scheduled through the state's vaccination registration system. Vaccines as well as rapid testing are available locally at Cedar Care Village Pharmacy. To access the University's COVID-19 information and resources, please visit our Caring Well. Staying Well. resource site.
Living away from home for the first time is an exciting new stage. But, being away from home when you’re sick is no fun! Conveniently located on campus, University Medical Services (UMS) is available to all students and functions much like your family doctor’s office. Whether for treatment of an illness or injury, regular allergy shots, or an immunization for an overseas trips, you will receive care from compassionate physicians and nurses without leaving campus. UMS will even bill your insurance company.
UMS also maintains new student health forms to ensure health and wellness for our student body at Cedarville University.
Our mission at University Medical Services is to enhance student success by providing high quality ambulatory health care services that are easily accessible and based on biblical principles of compassion, healthy lifestyle, and Christian stewardship.
Schedule an Appointment
- For illnesses and injuries, call the Nurse Line at 937-766-7863
- Cedarville campus map
Hours of Operation
Mid-August through Graduation:
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday:
8:30 a.m.–4:30 p.m.
UMS is closed holidays, academic breaks, and other closings by special notification. Visits by appointment.
UMS offers a referral service during the summer (May through mid-August).
Office Line: 937-766-7862
Nurse Line: 937-766-7863
Send email to UMS