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Health Services at Keystone College provides compassionate, quality health care to our students. We strive to create an atmosphere of wellness, and facilitate healthy lifestyle choices for students, staff and faculty. We educate our students to be conscientious about their health and promote self-care and independence.
We are also making changes to our on-campus student health services which we feel will have a positive impact on our students’ ability to receive the medical care they expect and deserve. Keystone has partnered with Geisinger Health System and the Wright Center for Community Health.
Students needing health assistance during normal business hours will have the option of being transported free of charge to either the Geisinger Care Works or the Wright Center for Primary Care, each in nearby Clarks Summit. This process will provide quick and easy access to health care professionals to treat non-emergency medical situations. For medical emergencies, and for situations occurring after business hours, ambulance service to local hospital emergency rooms will be available as in the past. Keystone will also add a Health Coordinator on campus to facilitate student health needs.
Equal Health Care: Quality health care to all students without regard to race, gender, ethnic heritage, or sexual orientation.
Suspected Child Abuse Policies and Procedures
Keystone College strives to protect the well-being of minors visiting campus and/or participating in College-sponsored off-campus programs and is committed to complying with the Pennsylvania Child Protective Services Law. If a person witnesses child abuse or has cause to reasonably suspect that child abuse has occurred, they should utilize the steps in the Mandatory Child Abuse Reporting Procedures below, to file a report.
Mandatory Child Abuse Reporting Procedures for Visitors
To Report Suspected Child Abuse
Keystone College (the “College”) strives to protect the well-being of minors visiting campus and/or participating in College-sponsored off-campus programs. Further, the College is committed to complying with the Pennsylvania Child Protective Services Law.
To make an initial report, please utilize the steps below, as appropriate:
Imminent Danger Report: If it is suspected that a child is in imminent danger, please immediately call 911 and report the incident. Subsequent to calling 911 please contact the Campus Safety Sergeant or in her absence, the College’s Risk Management Officer, contact information listed below.
Non-Imminent Danger Report: If a person witnesses child abuse or has cause to reasonably suspect that child abuse has occurred, please contact the Campus Safety Sergeant or in her absence, the College’s Risk Management Officer, contact information listed below.
Keystone College Campus Contacts for Reporting Child Abuse:
- Campus Safety – current contact, Sergeant Melissa Lee, phone (570) 945-8077 email: Melissa.Lee@Keystone.edu or
- College’s Risk Management Officer - current contact, Patricia Lione, Senior Director of College Administration, phone 570-945-8361 email: Patricia.Lione@Keystone.edu