SSM 1201–01: Eligibility for ASU Health Services Care
To define ASU Health Services care eligibility
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ASU Health Services (ASUHS)
Eligibility for ASU Health Services care is defined in the chart below.D
|Category||Eligibility/Type of Care|
|Anyone||For stabilization of life-threatening emergencies until 911 response|
|Invited guests||People who are participating in sponsored activities on campus who have urgent medical needs can be seen by the ASU Health Services|
|Registered ASU, NAU, or U of A students||Students who are enrolled for at least one credit
hour are eligible for services|
Students also are eligible for services between semesters if they are enrolled in the next fall or spring semester.
|ASU employees||For illness or injury, including initial evaluation and treatment
For primary care services, including preventive health care, illness care, health screening, routine health history, and physical examinations
|Special program participants||As arranged in advance with the director of the ASU Health Services|
|ABOR Student Health insurance participants||Year round. Graduating students or students who withdraw during the semester will be seen until termination of their university-sponsored student health insurance.|
All faculty, staff, and students must present ASU identification and proof of current ASU affiliation (employment or enrollment) to receive services. Verification is required each visit. If questions arise regarding eligibility, the patient services supervisor or a member of the ASUHS Management Team should be consulted.
Eligibility for services does not guarantee that service needs can be met. The director of the ASUHS may determine that a service for an employee, student, or other eligible person cannot be met or may be limited for any of the following reasons:
Patients will be allowed 30 days to complete follow-up care that was underway while the patient was eligible.
ASUHS laboratory, radiology, and electrocardiography services are provided to employees and students seen by ASU health care providers, residents, and consultants (both on and off campus).
See the ASU Health Services Web site for additional information.
For additional information on care related to industrial injuries, see the Staff Personnel Policies and Procedures Manual— SPP 504–02, “Workers’ Compensation.”