On-campus health services

A number of health services are available on campus through the Wellness Centre and during the fall and winter terms.

The Wellness Centre is located on the lower level of the Wallace McCain Student Centre.

All services are strictly confidential. Medical information can only be released with your written authorization.

Questions? Email wellness@mta.ca

Services at the Wellness Centre include:

  • general health assessments
  • flu shots
  • immunizations/vaccine advice
  • prescriptions
  • sexual health testing and treatments
  • well women clinics
  • referrals to specialists
  • counselling and social work

Health insurance covers the cost of many of the health and wellness services offered at Mount Allison. 

Please bring the following to your appointment:

  • provincial health insurance card or private health insurance documentation
  • your valid Mount A student ID card

It is crucial that we have your current telephone number and address so that we may contact you when necessary, i.e., when positive test results are received.

Book an appointment

The Wellness Centre team consists of a nurse, physician, counsellors, a social worker, and a sexualized violence consultant. Appointment required. Please note that many services are only available during the fall and winter terms.

All registered Mount Allison students are eligible for services.

Book an appointment


Registered Nurse/Educator

The registered nurse/educator facilitates and delivers primary health care services at the Wellness Centre.


Cindy Crossman, registered nurse/educator
About the nurse/educator

The nurse/educator provides:

  • health counselling
  • clinical services
  • testing
  • referrals when appropriate
  • health promotion initiatives
  • health education (including knowledge of current health issues)

In order to promote and enhance students’ good health and well being, the nurse/educator co-ordinates health care services of Mount Allison students by triaging their individual needs.

All health referrals will be made through the nurse/educator in order to promote healthy living through a caring and supportive environment, in accordance with the standards of professional practice.

All services are strictly confidential. Medical information can only be released with your written authorization.



Appointments with a physician on campus are now closed. Check back for updates on physician services available to students during the fall and winter terms.


Exam room in the Wellness Centre


Gender affirming clinic

As of April, 2024, the Gender Affirming Care Clinic has moved to:

2 Main Street, Sackville, NV

Phone: 506-536-3111

Fax: 506-536-3199


Physician with the Gender Affirming Clinic, Dr. Sara Thomas

Fee-for-service appointments at the Wellness Centre

Mount Allison also has partnerships with several external providers offering fee-for-service appointments at the Wellness Centre. Some fees may be covered by the Mount Allison Students' Union insurance plan. Check back for updates on partnerships in the 2024-25 year.

Community resources

Tele-care and virtual-care

For general health questions any time contact:

  • Tele-Care at 811, a 24-hour dial-in bilingual service
  • Connect with an NB doctor or nurse practitioner online at eVisitNB


A pharmacist can assess and prescribe for some minor ailments. Local pharmacies are:

  • Guardian Corner Drug: (506) 536-2255
  • Jean Coutu: (506) 536-0230