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

    Title/Position
    Director
    julie weber

    Julie Weber, BSN RN

    Title/Position
    Nurse Manager
    Rebecca Chackalackal

    Rebecca Chackalackal, MD

    Title/Position
    Medical Director
    Elaine Davis

    Elaine Davis

    Title/Position
    Business Manager
    Jerilen Demuth

    Jerilen Demuth

    Title/Position
    Clinic Services Manager
    Dan Reifert

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

    Title/Position
    Lab Director
    brittany stinocher

    Brittany Stinocher, BA

    Title/Position
    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.