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What to Expect When You Arrive

Your health is our number one priority, so your next visit might look a little different.


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Services Offered

View a list of all the services offered by Nebraska Medicine – UNO Health Center.

One Chart | Patient

You can access your health information anytime, anywhere using the One Chart | Patient secure online portal.

Pre-Enrollment Health Requirements

View all the pre-enrollment requirements for UNO including immunizations and other information.

Student Health Insurance Information

A major medical United Health Care student insurance policy is available for domestic and International students.

Cost and Insurance

Certain health care services are no cost to students who pay the University Program and Facilities Fee (UPFF).

Health Forms

View and download forms you'll need before making a visit to the Nebraska Medicine – UNO Health Center.

Appointment Information

Get information about your visit to Nebraska Medicine – UNO Health Center and what to expect.

Emergency Situations

For medical emergencies on campus, call Public Safety at 402.554.2911. Counseling and Psychological Services is also available during an emergency situation to provide assistance at 402.554.2409.

After-Hours Care

When the UNO Health Center is closed

Student fees do not cover after hours, weekend or emergency medical care services. Students are encouraged to contact their insurance companies to verify immediate care network participation, benefits, copays and deductibles specific to your plan before seeking care.

For urgent concerns, students are encouraged to visit one of Nebraska Medicine’s Immediate Care Clinics. The nearest ICC to UNO's Dodge Campus is: 

Nebraska Medicine – Midtown

Address: 139 S. 40th St., Omaha. 

Phone number: 402.559.7800

Immediate Care Hours:

  • Weekday evenings: 6 to 10 P.M.

  • Saturday and Sunday: 10 A.M. to 8 P.M.

  • Holidays: 11 A.M. to 4 P.M. (New Year's Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day)


Frequently Asked Questions

Q: How do I prove that I’ve been vaccinated?

A: At your first appointment, you’ll receive a vaccination card that says what type of vaccine you received and when you need to get vaccinated for your second dose. This card is your best proof of vaccination so it is a good idea to also take a picture of both sides of it.

If you lose your card, you can also access your Nebraska vaccination records through the Nebraska State Immunization Information System (NESIIS). You can also call the Information Line, 402-444-3400, available 8:34 to 4:00 Monday through Saturday.  If you are having trouble accessing your vaccination records through NESIIS, please consult your healthcare provider for assistance. NESIIS also has a Help Line at 888-433-2510 or can be reached by email at (Note -- If you were vaccinated outside of Nebraska, you’ll need to contact that state or vaccine provider).

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