Medical and Counseling Care

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The MACCC is your on-campus health care provider. Our goal is to help students, faculty, staff and dependents live healthy lives by providing excellent health care, counsel and education. The Medical and Counseling Care Center (MACCC) is located at the northwest entrance of the Royce & Pam Money Student Recreation and Wellness Center, located between Moody Coliseum and the Teague Special Events Center.

Medical Services

All current ACU students, faculty, staff and their dependents are eligible to receive services at the Medical Clinic. Our providers treat the full range of primary health care needs. We provide primary care for acute illnesses, infections, allergies, asthma, wounds, sprains, sports medicine, travel medicine, mental health, and men’s and women’s health, as well as other services normally associated with a medical office.

Allergy Shots

We are happy to coordinate with your doctor to provide allergy shots or needed lab work, and can make referrals for specialist care.

Psychiatric Services

Our on-staff psychiatrist treats ADHD, bipolar disorder, major depression and other psychiatric conditions that are treated on an outpatient basis. Fees range from $40 to $150 for an office visit.

Prescription Delivery Service

We are partners with James McCoy’s Drug Store to offer you the convenience of picking up your prescription medicines here at our clinic. It’s easy to sign up! You will need your prescription insurance information, your credit card information, and your former pharmacy information if you are transferring a standing prescription to complete this form (PDF). Drop it off at our office, and you are all set!


Schedule an appointment in person or by phone at 325-674-2625. Patients can usually see a nurse practitioner within 24 hours or the psychiatrist within two weeks.


All medical records are kept confidential. Any information released is done so only with the patient’s written authorization, except in cases where required by law.


The medical clinic does not bill insurance providers but can provide patients with a receipt for filing purposes. Payment for services is expected at the time of the visit via cash, check, credit card or by charging to the patient’s ACU account. You may wish to provide your insurance information for out-of-clinic services such as lab tests, diagnostic tests, ER visits and physician referrals.