The Student Health and Wellness Center will be open 8 am to 12 pm and 1 pm to 5 pm December 17-21, 2018. We will be closed for the Winter holidays December 24, 2018 through January 1, 2019.
Flu vaccinations are currently available.
Frequently Referenced Links
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On-Campus Health Services
The Student Health and Wellness Center is the on-campus medical clinic for UNT students. Our clinic offers treatment for injuries, illnesses, and other medical issues with convenient access to on-site laboratory testing, x-rays, and pharmacy services. We also offer health education services to keep UNT students healthy, in class, and on the path to graduation and professional success.
Our licensed medical and support staff provides primary health care and additional services, including but not limited to:
- Acute care for accidental injury/illness
- ADD/ADHD medication management
- Allergy injections
- Basic diagnostic x-rays
- Flu vaccinations (while supplies are available)
- Immunizations (including Meningitis)
- Laboratory testing
- Nutritional consultations
- Psychiatric assessments (with referral)
- Walk-in STD testing
- Complete Gynecological Care
Additional health services available to UNT students includes:
Patient Privacy and Confidentiality
The Student Health and Wellness Center is compliant with HIPAA, FERPA, and other state and federal law. Our staff takes all possible steps to protect the privacy and confidentiality of patients' Protected Health Information. For more information, visit our medical records department.
Emergency – Call 911
The Student Health & Wellness Center is NOT an Emergency Room. By calling 911, first responders will provide you with the most prompt response to an emergency, whether on or off campus.
Consultation with a general medical provider does not have a charge. Additional charges may be incurred during your visit for specialty visits and for labs or other ancillary charges. See the pricing page for more information.
We do not file insurance to outside insurance companies.
UNT students enrolled in the student insurance plan can use the 24-hour telehealth line at 855-355-7998 for free medical advice. Students enrolled in other health insurance should consult the back of their insurance card for medical advice options. All students may call Parkland’s Nurse Call Line at 214-266-8777 free of charge 24/7.
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Medical Emergencies - 911
Health and Wellness Center - Main Line - (940) 565-2333
Administration - (940) 369-7752
Appointments - (940) 565-2333
Billing - (940) 369-7758
Laboratory - (940) 565-2779
Meadows Center for Health Resources - (940) 565-2787
Medical Records - (940) 565-3744
Pharmacy - (940) 565-2790
Radiology - (940) 565-2783
Please DO NOT e-mail specific health information as e-mail is not a secure medium.
After Hours Call Lines
Telehealth line for students on UNT student insurance - 855-355-7998
After hours care for students with other insurance policies - call the number listed on your insurance card for medical advice options
Nurse line for students without insurance through Parkland Hospital - 214-266-8777