Student Health Clinic
If you are experiencing a life threatening emergency (chest pain, difficulty breathing, severe bleeding) call 9-1-1.
The FVCC Student Health Clinic is here to help students on campus address health and wellness concerns. Call the Student Health Clinic at 406.756.4331 for an appointment.
As we prepare for the new academic year, our campus operations look quite different than one year ago, when we were balancing in-person and online classes and managing isolation and quarantine for our students and employees.
While COVID-19 still exists within our community, and new variants of concern are identified, we also have more tools to mitigate its effects. We now manage COVID-19 on a regular basis, much like other common viruses and illnesses. At the same time, we continue to monitor how COVID-19 is impacting our campus and the Flathead and Lincoln County communities. Should we need to share timely updates regarding COVID-19, we’ll do so as we have in the past – with campus-wide emails and updates in the employee and student newsletters.
Here’s the current campus guidance for the fall semester as it relates to COVID-19:
- The college encourages COVID-19 vaccines and boosters.
- Masks are only required inside the Student Health Clinic. Required or not, we respect those choosing to wear a mask to reduce the spread of respiratory viruses.
- COVID testing for students and employees is available at the Student Health Clinic.
- Students and employees who test positive need to isolate and not attend in-person classes for at least five days.
- As with any other illness, please work to accommodate student absences and support students who miss classes due to illness.
If you or someone you know is impacted by COVID, please complete the COVID Reporting form or contact CQRT@fvcc.edu for assistance and resources.
Services include urgent care and primary health care like health evaluations, immunizations, TB testing, and DOT physicals; treatment of minor injuries and acute health problems such as colds, flu, bladder infections, sprains, and strains; and reproductive health evaluations, including PAPs, contraception, and STI testing.
- Health evaluations, treatment of minor injuries and acute health problems such as colds, flu, bladder infections, sprains, and strains
- Minor procedures
- Blood draws
- Reproductive health care such as STI testing, contraception, and PAPs
- Medical, surgical and dental referrals
- Limited in-office laboratory testing provided free of charge (mono, strep, flu, urinary infections, pregnancy and COVID testing). Other laboratory tests and all x-rays are referred into the community and payment is the student’s responsibility.
- Physical examinations for overseas academic programs and some employment physicals, nursing, and allied health programs
- DOT physical examinations
- Immunizations and TB testing
- Loan of crutches
- Condoms-free of charge
New Patient Registration Form
Patient Medical History Form
Well Woman Exam Form
Well Male Exam Form
DOT Medical Exam Report Form
Notice of Privacy Practices
COVID-19/Coronavirus Reporting Form
DOT physical exams require New Patient Registration, Patient Medical History, DOT Medical Exam Report, and Notice of Privacy Practices forms.
Shelley Naomi MS, PA-C
Clinic Provider-Physician Assistant
Shelley Naomi, PA is a native of Greeley, CO. She graduated from the University of Northern Colorado in 1997 and received her Master of Science in Physician Assistant Studies from Arizona School of Health Science, Mesa AZ in 2000. She has many years of experience as a physician assistant in family practice, urgent care and emergency medicine. Shelley is an avid reader, enjoys volleyball, volunteering in her church and community and spending time with her family.
Clinic Medical Assistant
Kathy Weller was born and raised in Arvada, CO and lived in Billings, MT for 10 years prior to moving to Lakeside in 2005. Kathy is a medical assistant with experience in various practices including urology, orthopedics, internal medicine, family practice and veterinary. She is married and has 3 grown children. Kathy loves animals, and enjoys cross country skiing, snowshoeing, camping, crafting, boating and hiking.
Clinic Administrative Assistant
Carrie Kintzler is the administrative assistant for the clinic and a financial aid specialist for the Financial Aid Office. Prior to working at FVCC, Carrie worked at Montana State University for over six years. She was born and raised in Missoula, MT and lived in Bozeman, MT for 20 years prior to moving to Kalispell. Carrie is married with three grown children and has three dogs. She loves to spend time with family and friends at her cabin, waterski, snowshoe and hike with her dogs.
Mona Cuthbert, MD
Mona Cuthbert, MD is a family practice physician who currently oversees the clinic as medical director. Originally from Alaska, she attended University of Washington School of Medicine and returned to Alaska to work with the Alaska Native population for 10 years. She was also the medical director at UAA Student Health in Anchorage. Currently she lives in Kalispell with her husband and three children and enjoys working doing family practice and women’s health care. Outside of work she loves all things outdoors, including hiking, skiing, backpacking and biking.
Flathead City-County Health Department
Regular business hours: 406.751.8110
After hours, holidays and weekends: 406.756.2900
Logan Health has a nurse triage call center at 406.890.7272 for people who are experiencing symptoms of cough, fever or breathing difficulties, as well as a COVID testing resource page.
Logan Health Primary Care (formerly Big Sky Family Medicine)
160 Heritage Way, Kalispell, MT
Logan Health Primary Care (formerly Family Health Care)
1287 Burns Way, Kalispell, MT
Mednorth Urgent Care
2316 Us-93 N, Kalispell, MT
310 Sunnyview Lane Kalispell, MT
Located 1 mile south of campus off HWY 93
Logan Health – Whitefish
1600 Hospital Way, Whitefish, MT
Located off HWY 93 on the south side of Whitefish
Health Insurance Assistance
International Travel Health Recommendations
Sexually Transmitted Infection
FVCC is the first two-year college in Montana to provide its students with their very own health care clinic.
The FVCC Student Health Clinic was established in collaboration with Logan Health in August 2013 to provide affordable basic health care services to students taking six or more credits.
Students taking between 4-5 credits can opt in by paying the $46.50 per semester health fee at the FVCC Business Services office.
Call the clinic for more information or to schedule an appointment at 406.756.4331.