Visit Student Health Services
Student Health Services provides health care services and wellness programs for current-registered students. Our services include:
General Medical Care
Student Health Services is a walk-in clinic, so please stop by during business hours Monday through Friday to be seen by a medical professional. The visit starts with an intake with a nurse and it may have a scheduled appointment with a medical provider. Present your UTSA ID card at the time of your visit.
All current-registered students are eligible to have access to Student Health Services programs and services at no cost. The medical fee paid with the tuition covers medical visits and access to programs and presentations on substance abuse, nutrition, smoking cessation, alcohol risk reduction, reproductive/sexual health in Health Education. However, laboratory work, immunizations, medications prescribed by our medical providers, and some office procedures are an additional charge. Patients who are covered under the Student Health Insurance can discuss the costs and coverage with a staff nurse.
If you are currently covered by any health insurance plan or not at all, you still have access to services and programs as long as you are currently registered as a student at UTSA.
Student Health Services accepts Student Health Insurance only.
Your Protected Health Information (PHI) is maintained in a secure setting under FERPA. All patient visits are private and confidential. Your visits and PHI are not shared by anyone unless we have a written consent from you.
If medical attention is needed after clinic hours, please refer to the Resources link for Urgent Care, hospitals and Emergency Room locations.
For emergencies on campus or in residence halls, call (210) 458-4242 or 4911 from a UTSA system phone. If there is an off campus emergency, call 911. The UTSA Police are first responders to emergency situations and will provide immediate assistance.