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Lehigh University LVHN COVID-19 Student Health Guide

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LVHN is providing access to telehealth, COVID testing, assessment, and treatment to supplement the services provided by the University Health and Wellness Center. All medical record information from LVHN will be available to the University Health and Wellness Center providers as well.

These services include:

  • Access to 24/7 MyLVHN Nurse Information Line at 1-888-402-LVHN. ALWAYS DO THIS FIRST UNLESS YOUR SYMPTOMS ARE SEVERE
    Access to video visits and e-visits for rapid assessment and direction to the nearest testing location if needed.
    Access to nearby Assess and Test Centers and care by LVHN providers.

This guide includes all of the information students need to access these supplemental services from LVHN.

What Students Need to Do

  1. If you are experiencing severe symptoms, go to the nearest emergency room.
  2. If symptoms are not severe, call the LVHN Nurse Information Line first and they will direct your care.
  3. When you call the LVHN nurse information line, access a video visit, or go to an LVHN location, indicate that you are a Lehigh University student.

When should I contact the LVHN Nurse Information Line?

  • You feel you may have been exposed to COVID-19, either on campus or elsewhere, but have no symptoms
  • You are experiencing symptoms and think you might have COVID-19
  • You need help registering for MyLVHN to access a video visit
  • You need help using MyLVHN to access your test results
  • You have questions about your treatment plan while recovering from COVID-19

What do I do if I have symptoms?

If you are experiencing severe symptoms associated with COVID-19 such as shortness of breath, pain or pressure in the chest, confusion, inability to wake up or stay awake, or bluish lips or face, go to the nearest hospital emergency department. If, as with most patients, symptoms are mild, follow these steps:

  1. Immediately self-isolate at home to reduce the risk of exposing others.
  2. Call the MyLVHN Nurse Information line at 1-888-402-LVHN. Available 24/7.
  3. Follow the instructions provided by the nurse, which may include
  • Complete an E-Visit (detailed questionnaire visit submitted to a provider) by visiting or your MyLVHN app. Available for scheduling 24/7.
  • Complete an LVHN COVID-19 Video Screening by downloading the MyLVHN app. Available on-demand from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. For complete instructions visit:
  • Go to an assess and test center for testing and/or treatment.

LVHN participates in most insurance plans but if your insurance does not cover services at LVHN, this will be discussed at the time of service.

You can always choose to contact your PCP or other care provider first. Calling the LVHN Nurse Information Line and accessing a video visit allows for assessment without exposure to yourself or others, and is often the fastest way to obtain COVID-19 testing if needed.



LVHN Assess and Test Locations Near Lehigh University

LVHN ExpressCARE Muhlenberg
2649 Schoenersville Road, Suite 100
Bethlehem, PA 18017
P: (484) 884-8146

Hours of Operation:
M-F 8 a.m - 8 p.m.
S/S 9 a.m - 3 p.m.  

Distance from Lehigh University: 5.3 miles

Coordinated Health – Drive Thru Clinic
3100 Emrick Blvd
Bethlehem, PA 18020
P: (610) 861-8080

Hours of Operation:
MWF 10 a.m - 4 p.m.
TTh Noon - 6 p.m., Sat 9 a.m - 12 p.m.

Distance from Lehigh University: 5.3 miles

Coordinated Health Care On Demand
2300 Highland Ave
Bethlehem, PA 18020
P: (610) 861-8080

Hours of Operation:
M-F 8 a.m  - 8 p.m.
S/S 8 a.m  - 5 p.m.

Distance from Lehigh: 6.2 miles

Treatment for COVID-19

  • Many people experience mild symptoms and recover at home without specific treatment.
  • Your care provider will provide treatment options based on your specific needs.
  • Contact the LVHN Nurse Information Line anytime during recovery with questions.
  • Isolate to prevent risk to others.
  • With mild or no symptoms, remote study may be permitted.