UT University Health Services
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Hours:
Monday - Friday 8:00am - 5:00pm by appointment
UHS does not offer appointments on Saturday or Sunday or UT Holidays


** UPDATE ** UHS has implemented telehealth visits to enhance student and campus safety during the COVID-19 pandemic. As a result, UHS has implemented a new Consent to Treat form, which all patients must complete prior to scheduling an appointment and on an annual basis. If you need to schedule for a reason other than those listed in the web portal, call the UHS Appointment Line at 512-471-4955 or the UHS Nurse Advice Line at 512-475-6877 Monday through Friday between 8:00am – 5:00pm to speak with our staff.

For your safety and the safety of the UT campus, we request that you do not come to UHS unless instructed to do so by our staff. Due to COVID-19 and for patient and staff safety, visitors are not allowed in UHS clinics - including waiting rooms. Visitors should wait in the atrium seating area or outside the SSB.

UHS uses Zoom for telehealth visits. Before your appointment, watch this one minute video to learn how to log into Zoom.

Launch video

Schedule a COVID-19 proactive community test
View appointment information for specific clinics
Missed appointment and late cancellation charge
Unsure if you need an appointment call the Nurse Advice Line: (512) 475-6877 (NURS)

Before Your Appointment

step one Go to MyUHS. and complete required forms. These must be done before you can check in for appointments.

Read and acknowledge before your FIRST appointment:

  • Treatment Agreement
  • Notice of Privacy Practices
  • Charges Policy
  • Complete a health history form before your first visit to tell us about your personal and family history.
  • Complete a visit questionnaire before EACH visit to tell us about the reason for your appointment.

step two
If you have health insurance, enter your insurance information AND upload the front and back of your insurance card - even if UHS is not in network with your plan. (You do not need insurance to use UHS, but insurance can help pay for services, if your plan has out-of-network benefits):

TO ENTER YOUR INSURANCE INFORMATION

  • Log in to MyUHS and click “Messages.” 
  • Then click “New Message,” and select "I want to submit my insurance information." 

TO UPLOAD YOUR INSURANCE CARD
After you have scanned and saved the front and back of your insurance card:

  • Log in to MyUHS and click “Insurance Card.”
  • Click “Add New Card.”
  • Select “Choose Front” and then “Save.” Do the same for the back of your card.

BRING YOUR INSURANCE CARD TO YOUR VISIT.

The financial responsibility for most office visits is $10 for UT Students. This charge may be higher for certain visit types such as physicals, well-woman annual exams, physical therapy, initial travel visits, and appointments with the registered dietitian, 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.

Billing and Insurance Office

Patient Guide to Sensitive Health Exams (PDF)

For non-urgent situations, appointments are required.
If you have a medical emergency, call 911 or go to a hospital emergency room.

In most cases, you must be a UT Austin student to use UHS.
Click here to learn who can use UHS

To cancel an appointment, call (512) 475-8265 or log on to MyUHS.
Appeal a missed appointment/late cancellation charge.
Medical excuses (doctor's note).

Missed Appointment/Late Cancellation charge

We have temporarily suspended our late cancellation fee, but will be reinstating it on June 1, 2020. We ask all patients to arrive at least 15 minutes prior to their appointment time. If you arrive late, you might not be seen and will be charged a missed appointment fee.

Please cancel/reschedule an appointment you cannot make, so another student can be seen in your place. Arrive on time to maximize your interaction with your healthcare provider and avoid increasing waiting times and disrupting schedules of students with appointments following yours.


General Medicine
Call: 512-471-4955  (8am-5pm Weekdays)

COVID-19 Modification to Services: 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. 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.

Please note: Routine Physical Exams (e.g. Study Abroad, Scuba Diving, Pre-Employment, etc.) are unavailable until further notice.

University Health Services provides comprehensive primary healthcare by physicians, nurse practitioners, and physician assistants who are supported by a team of nurses and medical assistants. The team works closely with you to provide high-quality care in a friendly, comfortable environment.

Learn More About the General Medicine Clinic



Allergy, Immunization, and Travel Clinic
Call: 512-475-8301  (8am-5pm Weekdays)

We ask all patients to arrive at least 15 minutes prior to their appointment time. If you arrive late, you might not be seen and will be charged a missed appointment fee.

Nurses in the UHS Allergy, Immunization, and Travel Clinic provide allergy shots, immunizations, and tuberculosis (TB) testing by appointment.

Learn More About Allergy and Immunizations



Women's Health
Call: 512-475-8242  (8am-5pm Weekdays)

We ask all patients to arrive at least 15 minutes prior to their appointment time. If you arrive late, you might not be seen and will be charged a missed appointment fee.

In the UHS Women's Health Clinic, nurse practitioners certified in women's or family healthcare and registered nurses provide care by appointment.

Please note: Annual exams/Pap smears are being scheduled on a case by case basis. Many components of the annual exam, such as contraception and STI testing, can be managed by a telehealth visit.

Learn More About the Women's Health Clinic



Nutrition Services
Call: 512-475-8010  (8am-5pm Weekdays)

We ask all patients to arrive at least 15 minutes prior to their appointment time. If you arrive late, you might not be seen and will be charged a missed appointment fee.

Students with nutrition-related health concerns can schedule an individual consultation with a registered dietitian at UHS. Our dietitian works closely with the UHS medical and counseling staff to ensure consistency and quality of care. 

Please note: Only Telehealth appointments are available.

Learn More About Nutrition Services


Physical Therapy

Call: 512-475-8444 or contact your physical therapist via secure message.
 (8am-5pm Weekdays)

We ask all patients to arrive at least 15 minutes prior to their appointment time. If you arrive late, you might not be seen and will be charged a missed appointment fee.

When an injury or health condition affects your ability to move comfortably, physical therapy can help.

Please note: Telehealth appointments are available.

Learn More About Physical Therapy



Sports Medicine
Call: 512-471-4955  (8am-5pm Weekdays)

We ask all patients to arrive at least 15 minutes prior to their appointment time. If you arrive late, you might not be seen and will be charged a missed appointment fee.

Board-certified sports medicine physicians and athletic trainers in the UHS Sports Medicine Clinic treat patients with musculoskeletal injuries and other orthopedic complaints, regardless of the cause.

Please note: Only telehealth appointment are available at this time. If medically indicated, the telehealth provider may ask you to come to UHS for further evaluation/treatment.

Learn More About Sports Medicine



STI Testing
Call: 512-471-4955  (8am-5pm Weekdays)

We ask all patients to arrive at least 15 minutes prior to their appointment time. If you arrive late, you might not be seen and will be charged a missed appointment fee.

It's easy to get routine, confidential testing for HIV and other STIs (sexually transmitted infections) at UHS. Charges apply, but you don't have to pay on the day of your appointment.

Please note: Only telehealth appointment are available at this time. If medically indicated, the telehealth provider may ask you to come to UHS for further evaluation/treatment.

Learn More About STI Testing at UHS



Sexual Assault Forensic Exams
Call: 512-267-SAFE (7233).
(8am-5:30pm Weekdays, Saturday 11:00am-3:00pm - Saturday hours are only during long semesters)

UT students who have experienced a sexual assault may choose to access a Sexual Assault Forensic Exam (SAFE) at University Health Services (UHS) at no charge.

Learn More About Sexual Assault Forensic Exams



Travel Health

Information and Travel Immunizations
Call: 512-475-8301  (8am-5pm Weekdays)

Please note: Travel Health services are unavailable until further notice.


Travel Physical Exams
(512) 471-4955  (8am-5pm Weekdays)

Please note: Travel Health services are unavailable until further notice.


Learn More About Travel Health

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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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