UHS remains open during normal business hours (M-F 8AM-5PM) to provide care for most health concerns through telemedicine, including evaluation of COVID-19. For the safety of our patients and staff, we will be scheduling in-person appointments for acute illness or injury only after an initial telemedicine consultation in which the provider determines an in-person visit is necessary in order to provide treatment or care. The UHS lab remains open but may be accessed by appointment only. We will continue to monitor all secure messages, phone calls, and refill requests. Please call UHS at 512-471-4955 to schedule or the UHS Nurse Advice Line at 512-475-6877 for guidance about when to come to UHS. If you are seeking care from another provider and need records released, please click here for instructions.
UHS can test for COVID-19 in patients who meet selected criteria.
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At this time, there is a potential for longer hold times when calling the UHS Nurse Advice Line due to higher call volume.
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The patient responsibility for most office visit charges is $10. The patient responsibility may be higher for certain visit types, and there are additional charges for all medications, supplies, diagnostic test, procedures, etc. used or performed as part of an office visit. We accept most major insurance plans. You do not need insurance to use UHS.
ALL students entering fall 2020 and thereafter must provide evidence of immunity to measles before they will be allowed to register for classes.
Preventing Respiratory Illness at UT
All incoming students are required to complete these modules.
All entering UT Austin students, regardless of age or classification, must comply with one or more vaccine/medical test requirements before they will be allowed to register for classes. Click “Learn More” to determine which medical clearance requirements apply to you.
If your parents have insurance, ask them to help you compare the benefits and cost of their plan to the UT Student Health Insurance Plan to see what option would be best for your family.
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University Health Services is committed to providing high-quality care to patients of all ages, races, ethnicities, physical abilities or attributes, religions, sexual orientations, or gender identities/expression.
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