Dartmouth College Health Service (Dick's House) programs are funded primarily through tuition and the Health Access Fee which is applicable to all undergraduate, graduate and professional students, and is paid each term. Students who are not charged the Health Access Fee will be charged an established fee for each office visit and any lab or x-rays done.
Many, but not all, services at Dick's House are provided without additional cost to the student. A complete listing of billable services and the associated fee is available below. Fees are subject to change without notice.
Students who are on a leave-term or not enrolled in classes, but who are classified as active in the College Information System (Banner), may enroll into the Health Service Eligibility Program for a non-refundable fee. Students enrolled in the Health Service Eligibility Program are subject to the same fee for service schedules as full-time registered students. Visit the Patient Accounts to complete the required enrollment forms prior to making an appointment.
Dependents: Spouses and Domestic Partners who are enrolled in either the Dartmouth Student Group Health Dependent Plan or the Health Service Spouse and Domestic Partner Primary Care Program are subject to the same fee for service schedules as full-time registered students. Dependent charges will be posted to the student's tuition account if not paid at the time of the service.
Payment: Payment for billable services can be made with cash, check, credit card or posted to the student's tuition account. Charges posted to the student's tuition account do not state the service or treatment provided as that information is confidential and cannot be released without the patient's written permission.
We are unable to submit claims to insurance companies; however, upon written request of the patient, an invoice will be provided which may be submitted to his/her health plan for reimbursement -- please send a request to Dicks.House.Patient.Accounts@Dartmouth.edu.
Pharmacy Charges: For Dick's House Pharmacy and vending pharmacy questions please contact the Pharmacy directly by phone at (603) 646-9456, or by e-mail to Dicks.House.Pharmacy@Dartmouth.edu.
All Dartmouth students who are classified as active in the Student Information System (Banner), including those not taking classes or who are on a leave-term, are eligible for Health Services at Dick's House. These students must comply with the College's health insurance and pre-matriculation medical requirements.
For new students whose first term at Dartmouth is Fall term, eligibility to receive services at Dick's House begins on August 1.
For new students whose first term at Dartmouth is Winter, Spring or Summer terms, eligibility begins the day before the first day of classes.
*Example: if your first term at Dartmouth is Winter term, you become eligible for Dick's House services the day before you begin classes for Winter term.
Students who are required to be on campus as part of a College sponsored program, regardless of the time of year, are eligible for care at the Health Service.
Eligibility for students who have graduated will terminate on the first day of classes of the term following your graduation date. Eligibility also ceases when enrollment at Dartmouth College is terminated by withdrawal or separation.
*Example: If you graduate Spring term your eligibility to receive services at Dick's House ends on the first day of Summer term.
Spouses and Domestic Partners of all Health Service eligible students qualify for a program of selected Primary Care services through enrollment in the Dartmouth Student Group Health Plan (DSGHP)Dependent Plan* or by enrolling into the Student Spouse and Domestic Partner Primary Care Program. **A Domestic Partner is defined by Dartmouth as a same gender partner and requires completion of a Dartmouth College Affidavit of Domestic Partnership.
* Spouses enrolled into the DSGHP dependent plan are subject to dependent health access fees.
** Dependents enrolling into the Spouse and Domestic Partner Primary Care Program must meet the same insurance requirements as students and pay the associated fee.
The Health Service does not provide services for dependent children.
Effective: September 1, 2016
Note: Patients will be responsible for any lab or x-ray fees associated with a physical.
* Immunization fees are per dose and some require more than one dose.
* Patients will be responsible for lab, x-ray, and medication fees associated with an inpatient admission.
Any lab that is not paid for by the Dartmouth College Health Service (Dick's House) will be billed directly to the patient by the Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center who processes the specimens.
Last Updated: 2/27/17