Health Services information
Earle Infirmary is a 5,000 sq. ft. facility with a clinic area consisting
of a large reception area, four examining rooms, a lab and a
doctor/nurse work station. Each day the health center staff provides care
to an average of 65 students, most of whom have acute, short-term health
problems. In addition, individuals with chronic diseases such as
diabetes or other chronic problems may receive care. Physical therapy and
other types of musculoskeletal treatments are available through the
Sports Medicine Center. Referrals can be made to Counseling Services,
Nutrition Services, and specialty services in the Greenville area.
When necessary, students are referred to hospitals and specialty
physicians in this area or physicians of choice in their home towns.
Student Health Services physicians collaborate with private physicians to
coordinate the best possible care of patients. Our health
education program deals with a variety of health-related topics. We
provide presentations and group discussions, as well as one-on-one
counseling,focusing on health issues of importance to the Furman student
Notice of privacy policies and practices
This privacy statement is posted in Student Health Services and a copy is available upon request.
Student Health Services is staffed by (1) nurse practitioner,(5)
registered nurses, (2) licensed practical nurses, (1)
medical secretary/records specialist; (4) part-time physicians and (1)
part-time gynecologist. All health services staff are board certified
with special expertise in caring for the college student.
Meet our staff
Paul V. Catalana, M.D., M.P.H. Medical Director
Jill D. Golden, M.D.
Kerry K. Sease, M.D.
Russ Kolarik, M.D.
Mary B. Haselden, MSN, RNC, FNP, Director of Nursing
| Sandra P Adams, RN
|| Kristin A Gillespie, RN
| Regina F Fowler, LPN
|| J Lauren Rainey, LPN
| Mary Ann McCain, LPN
|| Alice R Ramos, RN
| Judy F Thompson, RN
| Natalie Hyatt, Department Asst.