Harrison Health Center
Welcome! The services of the Harrison Health Center are available to all currently enrolled students. The office is open Monday through Friday during the regular school year.
Notice: Please read about the changes to Student Health Insurance due to the federal government's Patient Protection Affordable Care Act (PPACA)
Hours of Operation:
Weekdays, except Tuesday: 9 - 1 p.m., 2 - 4:30 p.m.
Tuesday: Noon to 6:30 p.m.
To schedule an appointment with a nurse practitioner, please log on to the student portal below and follow the directions for online scheduling.
Weekdays, except Tuesday: 11 - 12:30 p.m.
Tuesday: 12 - 2 p.m.
Other Health Center Information
Student Health Portal
Please follow the instructions below to log in to the Student Health Portal.
1) Click the Student Health Portal link above.
2) Do not enter a username and password initially. Instead, click REGISTER .
4) Enter your Student ID and birth date, click NEXT. ATTENTION! When entering your student ID number, it is necessary to enter an 11 digit number. Therefore, if the ID number you have is only 4-6 digits long, you will need to include enough leading zeros to make an 11 digit entry. For example, if your student ID is 123456, you will need to enter this as 00000123456 in order to register successfully.
5) Now create a username and password.
6) Log in with your new username and password.
7) Click IMMUNIZATION. Then click ADD NEW, and enter each vaccine you have received from the time you were born until the present. For questions about vaccines, contact the Student Health Office at 410-626-2553.
8) Click PROFILE. Complete the form as thoroughly as possible. Then click UPDATE.
Nancy Calabrese, MSN, CRNP
Lynda Turner, MSN, CRNP
S. David Krimins, M.D.
Three counselors, Judy Lazarus, Bernadette Zorio and Jerry Januszewski, are also on staff. Appointments can be made directly by students. The counselors makes appointments with the psychiatrist as necessary.
Flu shots are available through January (no supply shortage).
Annual Enrollment/Waiver Updates
Students must be covered by health insurance. All students are automatically enrolled in the college health insurance, unless information is provided regarding coverage through a parent's policy.
Students should update their information each year at www.firststudent.com. You will see a “Find Your School” drop down box in the upper right hand corner of the welcome page. You simply select St. John’s College.
When the St. John’s page comes up you will see a list of options on the left hand side of the page. “Waive Your School’s Insurance” is the second option. You will need your student ID number and date of birth to enter the secure waiver site. Once you have downloaded the information about your plan and typed in your name as an electronic signature you simply hit enter. A confirmation page will appear and you will also get an email.
In the event you have any difficulty with the enrollment or waiver site please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or call Tim Cummons at 800-346-4075 ext 1452.
The Harrison Health Center staff are network providers with most health insurance companies. Insurance companies will be billed for clinical services at the health center. Please bring your insurance card each time you have an appointment with one of the nurse practitioners. If you have any questions, contact the health center at 410-626-2553.
The Counseling Service at the Harrison Health Center is a resource for all undergraduate and graduate students. Qualified mental health counselors are available by appointment weekdays from 9 – 4:45 pm. Crisis coverage is available after hours as needed. Services provided include psychotherapy for a range of issues including interpersonal challenges, alcohol and drug problems, difficult life events, depression, anxiety, abuse, body image and eating concerns, and stress management. Psychotherapy groups are also offered intermittently, as student interest allows. Counselor Bernadette Zorio, MSN, PMHCNS, CHTP provides healing touch sessions to students. Counselors can also refer students to providers of specific services in the Annapolis community.
Kirk Duncan Psy.D.
Jerry Januszewski, L.C.A.D.C.
Jerry Januszewski is a licensed clinical alcohol and drug counselor at St. John’s College since 2009. He received his M.A. from St. John’s College, an M.S. from Boston University, and a B.S. from Cornell University. He took his position at St. John’s College after fifteen years as an addiction treatment counselor in Annapolis and Washington DC. He can be contacted at email@example.com.
Meagan Howell-Brogan, LGSW, MSS
Meagan is a clinical social worker and joined the Counseling Service in the fall of 2013. She has worked with adolescents, young adults, and families in a variety of settings. Meagan utilizes a collaborative approach to counseling, helping students identify and build on their own strengths in order to heal, enjoy more fulfilling relationships, learn and grow. She will be co-facilitating the Cohort Group with Bernadette Zorio this fall.
Bernadette Zorio, MSN, PMHCNS, CHTP
Bernadette Zorio, MSN,CNSPMH,CHTP has been at the college for the last 12 years providing counseling services. Presently she is providing Healing Touch sessions on a limited basis. She will be co-facilitating the Cohort Group. This 8 week group offers students both information and experiences with mindfulness, stress/distress management, emotional regulation and effective interpersonal personal relations. Bernadette's passion is to assist individuals in developing practical skills in self-care and in facilitating personal unfoldment.
Students can schedule appointments with Kirk Duncan or Meagan Howell-Brogan by contacting the Counseling Service at 410-626-2552. Jerry Januszewski can be contacted at 410-972-4501. Students can schedule healing touch sessions with Bernadette Zorio.
Appointments for evaluation by a psychiatrist are facilitated by the counselors.
Location on Campus
Constructed in the shape of a Greek cross, the Health Center is designed to reside quietly by the Carroll-Barrister House. Hand-molded Oxford bricks from Pennsylvania match the coarseness of bricks in the Carroll Barrister house. The building is named for John T. harrison, class of 1907, and was given to the college by his widow. See a campus map...
Services and Procedures
How to stay healthy at St. John's College
Have adequate fluid intake and eat a balanced diet.
Keep everything in balance.
Guidelines for accessing medical care
To ensure continued optimal medical care for students the following are some guidelines to assist you in determining need for evaluation at the health Center.
Please report to the Health Center if you experience the following:
These are meant to be guidelines. Do not hesitate to come to the Health Center with any health concerns. We are here to help you with all your healthcare needs.