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UHS general medicine

UHS General Medicine

General Medicine is currently providing in-person and telehealth appointments.

(512) 471-4955
FAX: 512-475-9693
Location: SSB 2nd Floor

Information on Charges and Insurance

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Monday - Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Closed Saturday and Sunday and UT Holidays
1st and 2nd Wednesdays of the month CLOSED noon to 1:30 p.m.

Semester hours exceptions

UHS is here to keep you healthy while you focus on your studies at UT Austin. You can expect the same types of services that you can get from your primary care provider and more.

  • Appointments are required for all non-urgent medical conditions.
  • For advice on how to care for an illness or injury at home or guidance about whether and how soon to see a healthcare provider, call the UHS 24-hour Nurse Advice Line at 512-475-6877
  • For severe or potentially life-threatening symptoms, go to a local hospital emergency room or call 911.

Important Appointment Information for Certain Visits

First-time visits for patients who are interested in pre-exposure prophylaxis for HIV (PrEP) and patients with depression and anxiety.

Call 512-471-4955 to schedule your initial appointment.

Our healthcare providers are board-certified family medicine physicians, internal medicine physicians, physician assistants, certified nurse practitioners and behavioral health consultants who are supported by a staff of nurses, medical technologists, radiological and ultrasound technologists, dietitians and health promotion professionals.

Types of Services Provided in General Medicine

UHS general medicine clinics provide primary medical care tailored to the unique needs of college students. Common medical services include diagnosis and treatment of:

  • Upper respiratory infections
  • Seasonal allergies
  • Common infections (e.g., strep throat, mono, influenza)
  • Sexually transmitted infections
  • Skin and nail problems
  • Oral problems
  • Stress, anxiety, and depression
  • Minor injuries

You can also schedule appointments for

  • Chronic disease management (asthma, diabetes, hypertension)
  • Study abroad clearance
  • Assistance with prescription medications

Sensitive Health Exams

UHS utilizes chaperones for all sensitive physical exams and procedures, including the breast, genital, rectum and areas adjacent. Patients can request a chaperone at any time. For more information view the Patient Guide to Sensitive Health Exams (PDF).


100 West Dean Keeton
Student Services Building (SSB)


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