The HHS School of Nursing offers the following centers and clinics for the Purdue community as well as the local community.

Appointments are required for all examinations, consultations and laboratory tests. There are fees for some services, and prices are subject to change. Payment is due at time of services (cash or check made out to Purdue University). We do not file insurance or accept Medicare or Medicaid.

Commitment to Diversity

We strive to create a safe, inclusive and affirming environment for all clients and staff. We hold a deliberately broad conceptualization of multiculturalism and diversity, with an effort to honor all the identities a person may hold, including racial identity, ethnic identity, sexual orientation, gender identity, religious and spiritual beliefs, immigration and acculturation status, ability status, socioeconomic status and more. Multicultural care is a cornerstone of our practice and of the clinicians’ training. All clinicians complete a separate course in multicultural education and diversity topics, and many of them are also actively engaged in Purdue’s Clinical Psychology Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Committee as well as other committees and research projects focused on anti-racism, inclusive practices and prejudice reduction.

Our Clinics

The HHS School of Nursing offers the following centers and clinics for the Purdue community as well as the local community.

Nursing Center for Family Health


This test for diabetes takes less than five minutes and includes a finger-stick procedure. Test results are more accurate following an eight-hour fasting period or two hours after a meal. Glucose sticks cost $5.00. Insurance/Medicare is not accepted.


This cholesterol screening is a lipid profile that includes Total Cholesterol, HDL, LDL, triglycerides, glucose and a calculated risk ratio. The visit includes a height, weight, BMI, blood pressure check, pulse and a health and lifestyles review. Eight-hour fasting is recommended for accurate testing results. Retirees are able to have one yearly screening at no cost. Appointments are preferred. Extra screenings throughout the year cost $40.00.


This is a basic hearing screening done with an audiometer. It is free to Purdue retirees and includes a visual ear check. The center can make a referral for further hearing testing if needed. The basic hearing screening can be completed at the same time as the wellness screening but needs to be scheduled.


Flu shots are free to Purdue retirees and are scheduled for three days in September and October. High-dose vaccines are usually available for those 65 and older, and regular-dose vaccines are available for those retirees under 65. Days, times and locations for flu shots are advertised on the Purdue University Retiree Association (PURA) website, and mailers are sent to retirees. Retirees are also able to have their wellness screening on flu shot days. No hearing screenings are done on flu shot days. Flu shots are done on a walk-in basis.


Preventive health physicals are available to eligible students in collaboration with Purdue’s School of Nursing and the Purdue Student Health Center. The center has a contract with Purdue University Health Center for the Anthem Student Health Plan and bills that insurance. All other insurance carriers are billed separately, and fees may apply. These preventive health physicals are only available to Purdue University students and their spouses. If there is no insurance then a cash/check price of $125.00 is charged.

Notice of Privacy Practices

The Nursing Center for Family Health does NOT provide emergency care, such as chest pain, bleeding, premature labor or trauma. For emergencies, call 911 or go to the nearest emergency room.

North Central Nursing Clinics

The Family Health Clinic, a Federally Qualified Health Center, provides top-quality accessible and affordable primary healthcare in an environment that supports the education of future healthcare professionals. The clinic offers training opportunities to more than 30 Purdue nursing students throughout the year as well as College of Pharmacy fellows and interns at its four locations in Burlington, Delphi, Monon and Wolcott.

Learn More