Health & Wellness
Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine continues to closely monitor the spread of COVID-19, also known as the coronavirus.
At this time, there are still no confirmed cases of coronavirus at the University or within the Federation of St. Kitts-Nevis.
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Our team in the Student Health Services Office is your first stop when you are in need of healthcare. Our staff is committed to partnering with you in making informed healthcare decisions.
We can provide you with medical care and information on how to minimize your potential for illness or injury, thus maximizing your potential for academic success.
Your health information is private and will not be discussed with anyone without your permission.
Our office is located in Campus Services 1, Room 10-20.
Office Hours: Monday - Friday from 7:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Marshalette Smith-Anthony RN, BSN, MPA, MBA, TNCC, Interim Manager
Juliet Battice, RN, Registered Nurse
Shianne England RN, BSN
Our goal is to assist Ross Vet students who may be experiencing academic, personal, and other difficulties. We provide confidential services to help students build a more satisfying and successful experience while working toward their educational goals.
Services include individual and group counseling for personal, relationship, or academic concerns. Services provided are based a short-term solution focused model.
As a result of safety recommendations due to the COVID19 pandemic, please note that all Counseling Center services are currently being offered remotely, until further notice. To schedule an appointment with a counselor, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call us at 869-465-4161 x 4011500. Additionally, please be reminded that online counseling support is also available 24/7 through the My Student Support Program App, or by calling at 1-869-467-3006 (KN) or 1-866-743-7732 (US).
You can also find current offerings and other helpful information on the RUSVM Counseling Center Canvas page which can be accessed through your student portal.
For life threatening emergencies (actual or imminent risk of harm to self or others) call 911 or Ross Vet Security at 869-465-6161. After hours, mental health crisis consultations may be obtained by calling Aspire at 869-467-3006 (KN), or 888-470-1531 (US), and ask to speak to the on-call counselor.
Jennifer Bradtke, Director
Education: Psychology, Law and Society, Purdue University (BA); Clinical Psychology, Illinois School of Professional Psychology (MA); Clinical Psychology, Illinois School of Professional Psychology (PsyD); Arizona State Hospital (Internship); Certifications: Licensed Clinical Psychologist, Indiana, Illinois
Aliya Ismail, Staff Psychologist
Kristal Morton, Administrative Assistant