How to Access Health Care on Campus this Fall
If you need health care this semester, the team of licensed medical experts at the Nebraska Medicine UNO Health Center are here to help.
The Nebraska Medicine UNO Health Center is located on Dodge Campus inside the H&K building, room 102, and offers a wide variety of services to help the Maverick community stay well.
Students have access to all services, including:
- Illness and injury care
- COVID-19 testing and treatment
- Physical exams (wellness, sports and travel physicals)
- Birth control prescriptions and counseling
- Gynecological care (pap smears, pelvic pain or infections, menstrual care, etc.)
- Sexually transmitted infection testing and management
- Chronic illness management (asthma, acne, diabetes, etc.)
- Psychiatry services and more
Many services are covered by student fees and are no additional cost to students. Services with a charge can be submitted to private insurance.
Faculty and staff are eligible for immunization and urgent care services. The UNO Health Center is a Tier 1 in-network provider for those enrolled in the university’s employer-based health insurance plan.
Whether you are a UNO student or employee, here is how to access health care services at the UNO Health Center this fall:
Step 1: Schedule an Appointment
Appointments are required for most services. Call 402.554.2374 Monday through Friday between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. to schedule a visit. Please dial the full 10-digit number whether on or off campus. If you are an existing patient, you can request return appointments in your patient portal account. In-person and telehealth visit options are available depending on your concern.
Step 2: Activate Your Patient Portal
After scheduling your first appointment, you will receive an email from Nebraska Medicine with a personalized link to set up your One Chart patient portal account. Complete your account registration before your appointment begins. If you are a return patient, you can complete eCheck-In through your patient portal to speed up the check-in process.
Step 3: Prepare for Your Appointment
Whether your visit is in-person or via telehealth, be sure to have your insurance card and photo ID ready to go. Arrive 15 minutes early for your appointment. If you cannot make your appointment, call 402.554.2374 using the full 10-digit number so that you can reschedule. This allows us to offer your appointment time to another student who may need it.
Bonus Tip: Get health tips and advice by reading Health Matters, the UNO Health Center blog.
To learn more about the UNO Health Center, visit their website: healthcenter.unomaha.edu.
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