Contact information
Phone number: (309) 677-2700
Fax number: (309) 677-3534
After-hours number: (309) 677-3200
E-mail:  bradleyhealthservices@fsmail.bradley.edu
Address:  809 N. Tobias Ln., Peoria, IL  61625

  • Health Services - Markin Recreation Rm. 101
  • Counseling - Markin Recreation Rm. 52

If at any time a problem appears to be time-urgent or life-threatening, Health Services should be bypassed and a call should be made immediately to the Emergency Response Number, 911.

Hours - By Appointment Only

  • Monday through Friday: 8:00am-12:30pm, 1:30pm - 5pm
  • Saturday: A nurse is available in Health Services 9am - noon
  • Summer and interim hours are Monday, Wednesday, and Friday 9am-noon, Tuesday and Thursday from 1-4pm.
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Health Services

Welcome New Students

Click here for the REQUIRED Health Form. Please call 677-2700 if you have any questions or concerns.

Click here for the Authorization Form for Release of Confidential Information.

User Policy

Bradley Health Services exists to provide primary health care for Bradley students. All continuing students are eligible to use the health services on a year-round basis so long as they remain enrolled at the Institution and pay the health fee.

Announcement  

Health Services and Counseling will begin summer hours starting Thursday May 12th.  The office will be open Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 9am until noon and Tuesday and Thursday from 1pm-4pm.  Cost to use the Health Center during the summer is a one time fee of $30. 

Food Borne Illness

The Peoria City/County Health Department was notified on May 1, 2016, of a possible foodborne outbreak associated with a special event held April 29, 2016 on Bradley University's campus.  The Health Department worked with Bradley Student Health Services, Food Services, and the Mechanical Engineering Department.  Interviews with staff, food servers, and multiple individuals attending the event identified no specific food item or exact cause of the illness.  The case is now closed and the outbreak remains inconclusive, suggesting this was a norovirus-like illness. 

This outbreak of suggested norovirus highlights the importance of food safety, hand washing, and immediate reporting of suspected foodborne illness to the local health department.  The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention report that there are more than 48 million cases of foodborne illness each year in the United States and estimates at least half of those outbreaks can be attributed to noroviruses.

Welcome New Students!

Please bring completed health forms and immunization records with you to orientation for a smooth transition to college.

ADHD policy. 

Please see the following link for more information ADHD policy .