Tri-Area Community Health Center
Tri-Area Community Health Center at Ferrum provides student health services to the students of Ferrum College. Students are seen in the Health Center by appointment during regular business hours. Call 540-365-4469 to schedule an appointment (from a Ferrum College number call 9-365-4469).
Health Center Hours of Operation:
Monday-Thursday 8:00 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.
Friday – 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday – Closed
PO Box 519
Ferrum, VA 24088
540-365-4469 – phone (from a Ferrum College number call 9-365-4469)
540-365-4272 – fax
Students should bring the following to the Health Center when being seen:
- - original or copy of their insurance card
- - Policy holder information including name, address, date of birth, social security number, employer, and employer address
- - Information for the person responsible for payment.
Payment of co-payment or deductible is expected at the time of service.
Tri-Area Community Health Center at Ferrum provides a variety of services as listed below.
- Disease prevention
- Dr. Bozenna M. Liszka, MD – Board Certified in Family Practice
- Dr. Tabassum Subuhi, MD – Board Certified in Family Medicine
- Beth Hubbard, CFNP – Certified Nurse Practitioner
- April Hazelwood, PA – Physician Assistant
- Brenda Turman, RN – Director of Clinical Services
- Dottie Ritzen, LPN
- Chastity Berry, LPN
- Stacie Shough, X-Ray Technician
- Ruth McLaughlin, X-Ray Technician
- Stephanie Brabson, X-Ray Technician
Eligibility and Fees:
All full-time students, staff, faculty and dependents of staff and faculty are eligible for services provided by the Health Center as are members of the community. An appointment with the provider is handled like an appointment with any medical office. An appointment is required, health information is gathered, an assessment is done, and the visit is filed with the patient’s insurance carrier(s). Co-pays are collected at the time of service. There is no charge for basic services provided by the nursing staff.
The Health Center provides a wide variety of services, including acute care for illness and injury, general medical care, gynecology, allergy shots, and immunizations. The doctor and nurse practitioner can perform physical examinations for general purposes or for athletic participation, write prescriptions, provide health counseling and make appropriate referrals if necessary. Allergy Shots: Students who need allergy shots should check in at the Health Center as soon as possible after arriving to campus. They are required to be seen by a provider prior to receiving shots at the Health Center in order to establish them as a patient. Please bring the serum and complete set of instructions from your allergist. Students are required to adhere to Health Center policy regarding allergy shots and individuals are responsible for keeping track of scheduled administration times and appointments.
The Health Center has a strict policy concerning confidentiality of medical records. Patient information will not be released to anyone without the student’s written consent. Health Center personnel MAY NOT provide information to parents of students 18 years of age or older unless their child has signed a written release form.