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Health Services

Davidson-Davie Community College partners with the Davidson County Health Department to offer limited health services on campus for faculty,  staff and students.

Our campus nurse is available to talk via phone or videoconferencing for health-related questions. Speaking with the campus nurse should not take the place of discussing your COViD-19 or other health-related concerns with your physician and/or being seen in an office or hospital setting.

If you need assistance finding a physician or medical service, we can help you with referrals.

Campus Nurse Hours

Tuesday: 9 am. – 1 p.m.
Wednesday: 12 – 4 p.m. 
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Crystal Swink, RN

Crystal attended Forsyth Technical Community College where she graduated in 2012 with an Associate’s degree in Nursing. She worked in both emergency and family medicine nursing before joining the Health Department in Davidson County in 2017, where she currently also works as the Maternal & Child Health Supervisor. Crystal would love the opportunity to meet with you to discuss any healthcare concerns you may have as well as guide you to the appropriate care. She is here to work with you to achieve your healthcare goals.


Davidson-Davie Community College is committed to assisting students with their academic, emotional, physical, personal, and relational needs and empowering students to develop the knowledge, practices and skills necessary for their long-term holistic wellness.  While serving as a resource for students, faculty and staff, Counseling, Health and Behavioral Services staff strive to cultivate an affirming, inclusive, and safe environment so students to persist and graduate.

Conduct and Title IX Meetings

We are available to meet with students, faculty and staff for conduct and Title IX-related meetings via phone and video.

 A Message from the Counseling, Health and Behavioral Services team

We encourage you to commit to taking care of yourself during this time and always.  You might consider practices such as exercising, being kind to yourself, monitoring your media consumption, enjoying a healthy hobby, connecting with others, and engaging in mindfulness activities.

It is important to each of us to continue providing support to our students and campus community.  We encourage everyone to make their physical, mental and emotional health a priority during this time, and we look forward to providing support.  If there is something we can do to assist you, please let us know.  We are in this together.