Lynetta Allen-Geddie examines a student

Health Services

Methodist University’s Health Services are available to all students. We treat minor illnesses and injuries along with providing acute, preventative, and wellness care, such as physical examinations, laboratory services, and vaccinations. Most of these services are free to students with a few exceptions. Call or email us today to schedule an appointment.

Our Mission

To provide patient-centered health care through excellence in service, quality, and access to the campus community.

Our Vision

To protect and improve the health of the population we serve.

Need to See the Doctor?

Appointment Times:

  • Mondays: 8 a.m.-1 p.m. and 2-5 p.m.
  • Wednesdays: 1-5 p.m.
  • Thursdays & Fridays: 9 a.m.-1 p.m.

To schedule an appointment (no walk-ins accepted), call 910.630.7164 or email us directly at

The Methodist University Health Center is a member of the American College Health Association.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Medical care is available by appointment. Please call 910.630.7164 or e-mail to schedule an appointment.

  • Services provided by physician and registered nurse
  • Acute Primary Care
  • Referrals to specialist and/or clinics and hospitals as needed.
  • Laboratory and diagnostic testing * .
  • Prescribed injections administered.
  • Health education:
  • Physical exams for sports, travel , and ROTC
  • Vaccinations *
  • Insurance filing

*fees may apply

  • No Co-Pay
  • Insurance filed for lab services

Yes, to receive your allergy injections in our office, we ask you submit the following items:

  • A letter from your allergist stating that he/she will allow you to receive your injections from Methodist University Health Services.
  • Allergy protocol from your allergist
  • Serum and dosage information from your allergist

NOTE: Health Services requires you remain under observation by Health Services staff for minutes after receiving your injection.

Students are encouraged to call 911 for assistance in situations when there is a life-threatening illness or injury. Students experiencing an emergency after Health Services hours and/or have called 911 should immediately notify their Resident Assistant (RA). The RA or Residential Coordinator will coordinate services.

On campus police & safety numbers are:

After hours medical attention centers:

Cape Fear Valley Medical Center (available 24/7)
1638 Owen Drive
Fayetteville, NC 28303

Health Pavilion North (limited hours)
6387 Ramsey Street
Fayetteville, NC 28311

Highsmith-Rainey Express Care (limited hours)
150 Robeson Street
Fayetteville, NC 28301

FastMed Urgent Care (limited hours)

150 Francam Drive #120
Fayetteville, NC 28311

The student is responsible for charges incurred at off-campus medical facilities. Transportation needs are the responsibility of the student.

The University does not offer an insurance plan. You can consider the following other options:


Lynetta Allen-Geddie, M.P.H.

Director, Health Services
Lynetta Allen-Geddie

Traverro Harden, M.P.H.

Coordinator, Health & Counseling Services
Traverro Harden