The McQueary College of Health and Human Services (CHHS) contains ten academic units as well as:
- Learning Diagnostic Clinic
- Speech, Language, Hearing Clinic
- Physical Therapy Clinic
- MSU Care Clinic
- RStats (Research, Statistical Training and Technical Support) Institute
- Center for Multidisciplinary Health Education, Research, and Services
Specialized facilities include an excellent electron microscopy suite, metabolic measurement equipment, motion analysis and gait analysis systems, a balance master, biomedical laboratories, state of the art nursing simulation laboratories, and speech-language and audiology testing equipment.
In 2012, the McQueary Health Sciences Hall opened a 5,000 square foot second wing expansion to the Physical Therapy building. In 2015, the O'Reilly Clinical Health Sciences Center opened to provide additional space for the rapidly expanding health science programs. This facility includes a multidisciplinary health clinic, skills laboratories, offices, and classrooms for the occupational therapy, physician assistant studies, nurse anesthesia, and nursing programs. The Professional Building is home to four CHHS academic units plus an open access computer laboratory facility and the Speech-Language Hearing Clinic, both located on the first floor. Additional CHHS academic programs are housed in Hill Hall, Pummill Hall, McDonald Hall and Arena, and Kings Street Annex.
The college and departments also participate in numerous collaborative efforts with outside groups/agencies, including: several regional medical facilities, the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services, Springfield Public Schools, school districts in the southwest Missouri region, Group Latino Americano, the American Cancer Society, and various State Parks.
For questions about Mcqueary College of Health and Human Services facilities, please contact Dr. Helen Reid, CHHS Dean.