The University Counseling Services team provides students with short-term counselling and crisis intervention services. Anxiety, depression, behavioral troubles, conflicts, communication problems, phobias, and other ailments are treated with professionalism, absolute respect, and extreme confidentiality.
Counselling services are at the disposal of all enrolled students who need them.
NDU provides all its students with a variety of health services and primary care visits at the NDU Medical House (MH) located at the SAO building.
- Completing and submitting the Student Medical Record SMR form is mandatory for all new students before registration period. NDU physician shall follow up on students with abnormal results of the health assessment and on vaccination.
- All new students shall be screened for positive TST (Tuberculine Skin Test) during pre-registration period. The nurse at NDU administers the TST screening at the MH.
Dates of such are posted on the website. Two days after taking the TST, the new student comes to the MH for TST reading.
Positive results require further investigations and an NDU physician’s appointment for follow up.
- The medical fee must be paid in advance at Byblos Bank or Bank of Beirut. This fee allows students to benefit from all medical services provided by the MH staff.
- Any student who is readmitted to NDU after two semesters of absentia will have to undergo the same medical procedures listed above.
- NDU reserves the right to request random medical tests from any student to test for drug use or for any other medical reason.
- The university physician is available daily, at the MH and is on call for assistance and free consultations 24/7.
- The university nurse is available from Monday to Thursday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
- Serious cases are referred to the nearest hospital.
- All students with medical ailments must contact the NDU physician for examination within 48 hours of their sickness/injury. Medical excuses will not be recognized by the Faculties unless they are validated by the NDU physician.
NDU students who are injured when practicing any kind of activity within or outside University premises are insured by the University. Students should visit the MH during regular working hours to fill out the appropriate form.
If the accident occurs outside working hours, students should visit the MH at a later date to complete the procedure.
The insurance coverage is an addition to the NSSF coverage.
For more information, please visit the Medical House or contact us at 09-208000 ext. 2269 or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.