Health Services

Login to your Health Portal  Use your Maritime username and password to login.

The Health Services medical and counseling staffs are available for consultation and counseling during this time of online classes and social distancing.

Please call or email and we will get back to you ASAP.  All calls and emails are confidential

Health Services:  508-830-5048 or nurse@maritime.edu     

Counseling Center: 508-830-5000 ext.1480 or counseling@maritime.edu

For help coping with the pandemic:

Virtual Health Fair  Featuring content from cadets, faculty, and staff!

 Emotional Support Resources     

 Keep Yourself and Your Family Safe

 Public Health Videos

Safer Air and Bus Travel      Safer Car Travel and Hotel Stays

Our Mission is to support MMA cadets with timely and high-quality health care.  We provide direct medical care, health education, and the promotion of well-being.  Students are encouraged to engage in their own health and wellness plans as part of their personal and academic growth.

We provide all full-time cadets with health care services in a caring and confidential enviornment.  Both walk-in care and appointments are available.

Our Services           

 

  • Blood Draws & Lab Analysis
  • Emergency Medical Services
  • General, Occupational, Preventative, and Travel Medicine
  • Health Education and Promotion
  • Medicine at sea during Sea Term
  • Mental Health Counseling
  • Physical Exams
  • Specialty Referrals
  • Smoking Cessation
  • STI Screening & Treatment (for off-campus services:  Wareham Family Planning 508-295-0283)
  • Urgent Care
  • Womens Health

How to use an AED - Cadet Video

Opiate Abuse Prevention

Health Services - 4th Company, Main Deck

Monday - Friday: 0800 - 1600Visit, call 508-830-5048, fax 508-830-6468, or email nurse@maritime.edu

Counseling Center - 3rd Company, Main Deck

Monday - Friday: 0830 - 1700 (until 1800 on Tuesdays)Visit, call 508-830-5000 ext.1480, or email:  counseling@maritime.edu

 

“When health is absent, wisdom cannot reveal itself, art cannot become manifest, strength cannot fight, wealth becomes useless, and intelligence cannot be applied.”

- Herophilus of Chalderon, 335-280 BCE, Physician to Alexander the Great.

Massachusetts Maritime Academy, Health Services, 101 Academy Drive, Buzzards Bay, MA 02532  .  Phone: 508-830-5048  .  Fax: 508-830-6468