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Business hours are reduced during distance learning and through the summer, 9am-3pm M-F. Regular clinic hours will resume August 31, 2020.
Important Notice for Medical Appointments
In line with steps the University has taken to reduce the transmission of COVID - 19, the full spectrum of services UMD Health Services usually delivers will look different at this time.
Please call our office at 218-726-8155 to discuss services currently offered and before entering our building. We are not seeing any walk-in patients. In many cases, appointments can be addressed over the phone with a Health Services provider. More information on telehealth visits in the near future.
COVID-19 Screening Questions:
If you are experiencing cough, fever, shortness of breath, chills, muscle pain/body aches, headache, new loss of taste or smell, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, have traveled internationally or domestically, or have been exposed to someone with known or suspected COVID 19, it is important that you call Health Services at 218-726-8155 prior to arriving at the clinic.
Health Services will perform COVID 19 testing.
For after hour medical care please call St. Luke's Hospital at 218-249-4200, Essentia Health at 1-833-494-0836.
For mental health emergencies, please call Birch Tree Center at 218-623-1800.
Important Notice for Counseling Appointments
Make an Appointment
To schedule a medical appointment at Health Services, call the Registration desk at 218-726-8155.
To schedule a free counseling appointment at Health Services, call the Counseling Registration desk at 218-726-7913.
Phones will be answered during regular office hours.
Not sure if you need to be seen?
Students with medical questions may call our Nurse Care Line at (218) 726-7870. Phone calls will be answered/returned during regular office hours. (Line available September – May only.)
Who can be seen and what does it cost?
All students are eligible to use Health Services. The student service fee covers office visits for students taking six or more credits. Some services such as x-rays, lab tests, minor surgery, some special procedures, and medications are chargeable. Students taking less than six credits are eligible to use Health Services by paying a one-time-per-term Health Services fee (see the Health Services student service fee allocation), paid directly to Health Services, which covers office visits. Other chargeable services listed above. Many insurance plans may be billed for these services.
Non-UMD Students (college students from the College of St. Scholastica, University of Wisconsin - Superior, Duluth Business University, Lake Superior College, the University of Minnesota, etc.) are eligible to use Health Services, however, charges apply for services rendered by any provider. Chargeable services include office visits, x-rays, lab tests, minor surgery, some special procedures, and medications. Non-UMD students can have their charges billed to insurance.
What to bring to your appointment
Students are required to bring and present their student identification card and health insurance card. If you are a new patient, please also bring these completed forms to your first appointment.
Entrance to Health Services:
All patients who enter Health Services will be instructed to enter our side entrance, as our front door will remain locked and used for COVID-19 testing/symptoms only.
Health Services has designated parking spaces in front of our building, along with several metered parking spaces. Patients are required to obtain a parking pass from Health Services, which will be available at our side entrance; these are to be placed on your dash and used during your appointment time. Patients are instructed to call us at 218-726-8155 when arriving for their appointment before entering our building.