These are uncertain times for sure, but you can rest easy knowing that high quality health care is available on campus at Nebraska Medicine UNO Health Center.
We’ve updated our processes and services to better serve students amidst the pandemic. Here are the five things you need to know before you visit this semester:
1. We Have New Hours
The health center is open for in-person health care on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday from 8 A.M. to 4 P.M. and for telehealth care Monday through Friday from 8 A.M. to 4 P.M.
2. Appointments Are Now Required
For the safety of patients and staff, we require students to schedule appointments before arriving at the UNO Health Center for care. Same day appointments may be available depending upon your concern. To schedule, call 402.554.2374.
3. Telehealth Care is Available
Meet with a health center provider wherever it’s convenient for you. Telehealth services are offered for primary care and mental health medication management. To schedule, call 402.554.2374. Download the new Nebraska Medicine app to utilize a telehealth visit and to manage your health care on the go.
4. Your Safety Remains Our Top Priority
We are taking protective measures to keep our Maverick community safe. This includes screening patients for respiratory symptoms when scheduling an appointment and upon arrival, installing plexiglass, enhancing our sanitization throughout the health center, enhancing our staff’s personal protective equipment and more. Learn more about the ways we are keeping you safe.
5. We Offer More Than Illness and Injury Care
As long as you are taking at least one on-campus credit hour, you have access to several health center services for no cost. We offer a wide variety of services to help you stay well, including physicals and wellness exams, management for ongoing medical concerns. We also provide opportunities for consultations or office visits with a provider, flu shots, doctor-ordered wellness profiles, and doctor-ordered sexually transmitted infection testing for chlamydia, gonorrhea and HIV. Learn more about our services.
Stay safe. We are here for you.
More details at: https://healthcenter.unomaha.edu.
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