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The David J. King Student Health Center at the College of William and Mary is located on Gooch Drive, west of the Lodges. The Eastern Construction Company of Tabb was contracted to build the Health Center in 1972. The College of William and Mary wanted the health center to have 18 beds and emphasize the diagnostic and out-patient service of the facility. The building was completed in 1973 and was named the David J. King Student Health Center. The David King Infirmary was previously located in the building now known as Hunt Hall. A 1,120 square foot addition to the Health Center in 1980 included offices, an examing room, and a pharmacy. This office operates under the Vice President for Student Affairs.
- University Archives Buildings File (2007), David J. King Infirmary, Earl Gregg Swem Library, The College of William and Mary.
Material in the Special Collections Research Center
- Office of Student Health Services in the SCRC database.
- Guide for conducting research related to the College of William & Mary
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