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Effective July 1, 2017, East Stroudsburg University entered into an agreement with its neighbor, Lehigh Valley Hospital – Pocono, to provide walk-in medical care to address our students’ health care needs. Any ESU student needing basic ambulatory health services may visit the ExpressCARE facility located at 100 East Brown Street in East Stroudsburg (at the corner of Prospect Street and East Brown Street) for any of the following needs:

  • Medical evaluation/treatment for illness and minor injuries
  • Referrals to health care specialists and ESU support services
  • Some diagnostic testing
  • Tuberculosis testing
  • Physical examinations for employment, drivers licenses and teaching certifications
  • Testing, treatment and education for sexual health concerns
  • Health education and information about illnesses

These are the same health services previously performed at ESU’s Health Services Center on campus.

All students should be sure to take their ESU I.D. with them to register. Once registered at the Express Care location, ESU students will be triaged by a registered nurse who will determine the level of care necessary. Some students may be seen by a Certified Registered Nursing Practitioner (CRNP) or a physician, and when warranted students will have access to medications at no additional cost or for a small fee. The Student Health Services will accept cash or credit cards for payment of any medication or extended service fees.

Hours of Operation

ESU students will have dedicated access to care seven days a week at the ExpressCARE located at 100 East Brown Street in East Stroudsburg.

DayHours of Operations
Monday through Friday8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday12 p.m. to 4 p.m.

ESU students may also be seen at the East Stroudsburg ExpressCARE during the following hours but will be comingled with other patients from the community.

DayHours of Operations
Monday through Friday5 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday8 a.m. to 12 p.m. and 4 p.m. to 8 p.m.

An additional convenience for care that requires immediate attention off hours from those listed above, ESU students may also be seen at any of the other Lehigh Valley Health Network ExpressCARE locations in Monroe County for walk-in care services at no additional cost.

Students who visit an ExpressCARE in Monroe County with a medical concern that needs advanced care/treatment may be easily transitioned to LVH-Pocono for a seamless range of care if they so choose.

If you have questions about these changes to health services, please contact the Student Health Services staff at 272-762-4378.