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Health, Wellness, and Safety Resources

On-Campus Resources

RLM Duty Phone
(937) 471-0517
1st Floor, Pennell House


(937) 361-0782

Antioch College Counselors

Erin Currier George
(614) 668-0399

Khara Scott-Bey
(937) 319-0070

Elise Miller, RN
College Nurse
(937) 319-0073

Jeff "Pan" Reich RN, EMT-P, BS, WCC, LMT
College Nurse
(937) 319-0073

Off-Campus Resources

Physical Wellness

Dr. Donald Gronbeck*
Yellow Springs Primary Care
888 Dayton Street Suite 106
(In the old Antioch Publishing Building)
Yellow Springs, OH 45387 (937) 767-1088
*When scheduling with Dr. Gronbeck, tell them you are an Antioch College student and they will attempt to see you within 24 hours.

Dr. Amita Patel*
Community Physicians of Yellow Springs
1425 Xenia Ave, Yellow Springs
(937) 767-7291
*When scheduling with Dr. Patel, tell them you are an Antioch College student and they will attempt to see you within 24 hours.

Trecia Narcelles, CNP
Yellow Springs Family Medicine
716 Xenia Ave, Yellow Springs
(937) 523-9800

Dr. Keith Watson, OB-GYN
Yellow Springs OB/GYN
100 Kahoe Lane, Yellow Springs
(937) 767-7311

Green Memorial Hospital
1141 N. Monroe Dr., Xenia, OH 45385
(937) 352-2000

Soin Medical Center
3535 Pentagon Blvd., Beavercreek, OH 45431
(937) 702-4000

Doctors' Urgent Care Office
2131 Gateway Dr. Fairborn OH
(937) 873-9500
8:30 a.m. - 10:00 p.m. - 7 days/week

Mental Health

The Community Network Mental Health (24 hours)
(937) 376-8701

Dr. Franklin Halley, Psychiatrist
TCN Behavioral Health Services
(937) 376-8700

Suicide Prevention Center
(937) 229-7777

Emergencies - Call 911

Health Form and Immunization Information

New students must download and complete the Health Information FormPDF file icon.

IMPORTANT NOTE: Students are required to have a physical examination and to provide the college with evidence of that exam and their immunization histories on the Antioch College Health Form before their arrival on campus.

“The Ohio Revised Code (ORC) Section 1713.55 states that beginning with the academic year that commences on or after July 1, 2005, an institution of higher education shall not permit a student to reside in on-campus housing unless the student (or the student’s parent if the student is younger than 18 years of age) discloses whether the student has been vaccinated against meningococcal disease and hepatitis B by submitting a meningitis and hepatitis B vaccination status statement.

ORC Section 3701.133 states that the Ohio Department of Health (ODH) shall make available on its Web site information about meningitis and hepatitis B, the risks associated with the diseases and the availability and effectiveness of the vaccines. ODH shall also make available, on its Web site, in a format suitable for downloading, a meningitis and hepatitis B vaccination status statement form that complies with the guidelines outlined in ORC Section 3701.133, (B).

Please note that Ohio law does not require vaccination of the student, nor does it require the institution to provide or pay for vaccines. The law requires only disclosure of vaccination status of the student.” - More information at the Ohio Department of Health