If you have a medical emergency, call 911 or go to a hospital emergency room.
If you are experiencing cough, cold or flu symptoms and seeking care for an unrelated or related health concern, please protect others by wearing a mask.
Choose a telehealth appointment or wait for your symptoms to improve when an in-person appointment is necessary unless there is a timely or urgent healthcare need. If you’re unsure, call the 24/7 Nurse Advice Line at 512-475-6877.
First-time visits for patients who are interested in pre-exposure prophylaxis for HIV (PrEP), patients requesting gender care resources and patients with depression and anxiety.
Call 512-471-4955 to schedule your initial appointment.
Unsure if you need an appointment? Call the Nurse Advice Line: (512) 475-6877 (NURS)
Call the UHS Appointment Line at 512-471-4955 Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Use the MyUHS portal to schedule an appointment.
For patient and staff safety:
Some health concerns are best evaluated through a telehealth appointment while others are best for an on-site appointment. Health concerns that are a good fit for a telehealth appointment include:
Your telehealth provider may order labs or tests that need to be performed in person.
Health concerns that are best evaluated at an on-site appointment include:
If you schedule a telehealth appointment but your telehealth provider believes you would benefit from an on-site evaluation, they can refer you for an on-site appointment. We recommend all patients seeking continued care at UHS have at least one onsite appointment per year.
Before each visit, complete a Pre-visit Questionnaire in the MyUHS portal to tell us the reason for your visit.
If you are not currently enrolled, see the eligibility page.
Before your first appointment, complete required forms in the MyUHS portal and enter your insurance information, if insured, even if UHS is out-of-network with your plan.
Click on the questions below for more information.
Complete or acknowledge the following in the MyUHS portal before your first visit:
To enter your insurance information:
To also upload your insurance card
Review and make any needed changes in your Patient Profile
Log into MyUHS to ensure that your name, preferred name, phone numbers, local address, email, preferred method of communication, pronouns and gender marker are current.
Note that changing your name and specifying your gender marker will not change the legal name attached to your medical records or your name in the wider university context. There may be circumstances under which your legal name must be used by UHS. UHS must accept your legal name and gender marker as supplied by the Office of the Registrar.
Please cancel/reschedule an appointment at least two hours in advance, so we can serve another student in your place and to avoid a $25 Missed Appointment/Late Cancellation Charge.
|Monday - Friday, 8am to 5pm by appointment|
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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