Student Health is a unit within the Division of Student Life. Student Health is led by its Director, Medical Director, and six-member administrative council committee, which represent the major focus areas for supporting student health and well-being.

    Administrative Council (AC)

    Members of the administrative council serve as the administrative governing body. Their roles include:

    • Advising the directors in matters of policy and budget
    • Reviewing, evaluating, and establishing administrative policies
    • Engaging in long- and short-term planning
    • Responding to input and feedback from patients, staff, and the university community
    Todd Patterson

    Todd Patterson, BA, MHA

    julie weber

    Julie Weber, BSN RN

    Nurse Manager
    Rebecca Chackalackal

    Rebecca Chackalackal, MD

    Medical Director
    Elaine Davis

    Elaine Davis

    Business Manager
    Jerilen Demuth

    Jerilen Demuth

    Clinic Services Manager
    Dan Reifert

    Dan Reifert, MT(ASCP), CQA(ASQ)

    Lab Director
    brittany stinocher

    Brittany Stinocher, BA

    Administrative Services Specialist

    Student Health Advisory Council (SHAC)

    Members of SHAC provide a student perspective to leadership in order to advance the quality of health care and services provided for students, while educating students about Student Health. SHAC members: 

    • Provide input to the directors on issues concerning student health, such as accessibility, on-call hours, range of services, sensitivity to issues of culture, ethnicity, sexual orientation and gender identity, student fees, quality, and general satisfaction.
    • Make suggestions to, and engage in discussion with, clinicians and staff for enhancements to services and new program initiatives based on student input (which may include e-mail, forums, town hall meetings) regarding their wants and needs.
    • Receive input from clinicians and staff regarding how we can best educate students.
    • Discuss and recommend target issues for periodic SH survey questionnaires to users.
    • Develop programs to educate students about SH, its services, and important health care issues.