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Health and Counseling Center

Health Services

Health services are offered to all full-time undergraduate students, free of charge from the campus nurse.

During the academic year, walk-in services are typically available Monday, Wednesday, and Fridays. Please call the Health and Counseling Center at 262-551-5710 with any questions or concerns regarding hours. In the event of a medical emergency, please call Campus Security at 262-551-5911 or call 911.

Interim Campus Nurse
Margaret Westberg, RN

Health Services Hours

Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays
Nurse: 8:30 a.m.-1 p.m. Walk-in appointments

If students need medical assistance when the Health Center is not staffed with a medical professional or is not open, we encourage individuals to utilize urgent care locations or call 911 in case of an emergency situation.

Health Services Include:

  • Assessment and treatment of minor illness and injury, including basic wound care and suture removal
  • Diagnostic testing services for strep throat, influenza, pregnancy, and urinary tract infections
  • Complimentary over-the-counter medications provided after nursing assessment
  • Referrals to off-campus healthcare providers

The Campus Nurse does not write excuse notes for students seen in the Health and Counseling Center. 

This policy allows our staff to direct our finite resources toward patient care and reflects our respect for students’ privacy. We strongly encourage students to communicate promptly with their professors if illness or injury interferes with their academic work and to determine what their responsibilities are under those circumstances.

The Health and Counseling Center coordinates official out of class notices for students who have been absent for three or more consecutive days. Students need to complete a release of information (ROI) and provide medical documentation to the Health and Counseling Center. Due to confidentiality, the Health and Counseling Center cannot contact any professors or staff members until a ROI is completed. Students who have been absent from class for one or two days should should directly notify their professors if their illness interferes with their academic work and determine what their responsibilities are.

Release of Information Form - Out of Class Notice

If you have questions, please contact: / 262-551-5710

Off-campus Healthcare Providers

Below you will find a short list of healthcare providers in the Kenosha area. It is the student’s responsibility to check with their health insurance to determine if the provider is within their network, as well as confirm insurance benefits and eligibility. If you have questions regarding the providers below or need a list of specialists in the area, please contact the Health and Counseling Center at 262-551-5710 or

Family Medicine Physician

Dr. Abdul Durrani
4824 Green Bay Road
Kenosha, WI 53144
When calling to make an appointment, please let Dr. Durrani’s staff know that you are a Carthage student. Dr. Durrani also sees students by appointment in the Health and Counseling Center on Wednesdays from 2:00pm-4:00pm.


Urgent Care

Kenosha UrgiCare
6430 S. Green Bay Road
Kenosha, WI 53142

Froedtert South – Immediate Care Clinic
Somers Medical Office Building-Entrance is located on the north side of the building
3400 Market Lane
Kenosha, WI 53144

Froedtert South – St. Catherine’s Medical Center Campus, Walk–In Service
9555 76th Street (In ER Dept)
Pleasant Prairie, WI 53148
Ask for Walk-in Service



CompOrtho NOW
7401 104th Ave., #110
Kenosha, WI 53142

Emergency Rooms & Hospitals

Froedtert South – Kenosha Medical Center
6308 8th Avenue
Kenosha, WI 53143
262-656-2011 (main number)
262-656-2202 (emergency room)

Froedtert South – St. Catherine’s Medical Center
9555 76th Street
Pleasant Prairie, WI 53148
262-577-8000 (main number)
262-577-8600 (emergency room)

Aurora Medical Center - Kenosha
10400 75th Street
Kenosha, WI 53143
262-948-5600 (main number)
262-948-5630 (emergency room)