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AMITA Sage Medical Group (AMITA) is a community health care provider with an office conveniently located directly adjacent to DePaul’s Lincoln Park campus on Fullerton Ave.
Students who live in DePaul residence halls are automatically enrolled in the program and charged a $60 quarterly fee. Note: students who live in the University Center are NOT automatically charged the fee. It is not encouraged, but if necessary students who live in DePaul residence halls may opt out of the fee. See below for details.
Note: Health Services is not health insurance. See below and the Health Insurance web page at the left for more information.
Students who pay the quarterly $60 health services fee are treated as current patients at AMITA, and office visits for minor illnesses and injuries and basic lab work are covered by the fee.
Students who do not pay the health services fee will be treated as new patients at AMITA. During busy times, AMITA might not be able to accommodate new patients, but will instead provide a referral to another provider in the area.
AMITA Sage Medical Group1150 W. Fullerton Ave., Second Floor Chicago, IL 60614 (773) 549-7757
After Hours: A physician will be available after hours through the answering service for emergency triage by phone at (773) 549-7757. To make an appointment, please call (773) 549-7757.
The health services fee is designed to cover acute illnesses and injuries. For students with chronic illnesses, Presence can treat an acute episode; however, long-term monitoring and treatment is not covered by the fee.
The health services fee does cover STD testing when a student is experiencing symptoms. Students' sexual health is an important component of their development, and AMITA is an appropriate support and referral source for students. For more information about STD testing in your area, please visit It's Your (Sex) Life.
Prescriptions provided to students are NOT covered by the fee. Pharmacies adjacent to campus accept a variety of prescriptions drug cards as well as cash payments.
AMITA cannot refill prescriptions for the treatment of ADD/ADHD. Other ongoing prescriptions, such as Accutane, antidepressants and bipolar medications, cannot be refilled by physicians at AMITA.
AMITA welcomes parents and guardians to call with general concerns or questions. While specific questions regarding diagnosis or treatment may not be shared without the consent of the patient, the staff will make every effort to assist parents and guardians because they understand how difficult it can be to be far away from a sick student.
Service offerings may be changed without notice. Call (773) 549-7757 for up-to-date service listings. Fees may vary based on insurance plans.
Students who live in a residence hall (except the University Center) automatically pay the $60 (per quarter) health services fee as part of their on campus housing. Students who commute or live off campus can pay the health services fee with a credit card by logging into Campus Connect. Go to: Main Menu - Self Service - Student Resources - Sage Medical Registration. If you need to pay the fee by cash or check you must visit DePaul Central.
Dates health services fee covers:Fall quarter: September 1, 2020 - January 1, 2021Winter quarter: January 2, 2021 - March 26, 2021 Spring quarter: March 26, 2021 - June 11, 2021 Summer (optional): June 12, 2021 - August 31, 2021
Before choosing to opt out of the health services fee, consider the student's access to local health care and insurance coverage. AMITA can provide easy and affordable access to basic health care.
To discontinue the health services fee, residence hall students must present a copy of their DePaul ID card and proof of medical insurance (copy of an insurance card or a letter from the insurance company). On the copy, PRINT: student name, residence hall with room number and DePaul ID number. Please send documents via email to HPW@depaul.edu, by the following deadlines (there will be no refunds after these deadlines):
Once a student has submitted a copy of an insurance card at the beginning of the year, there is no need to present it every quarter. This is a yearly process. The bill will initially show a charge for "medcare" each quarter, but the account will be credited following the first two weeks of each quarter.