Looking for health care over the
 
summer months?
 
Who’s eligible to be seen at Student Health Service?
  
Students who are enrolled in summer classes have already paid the Health Service fee and are eligible to be seen with no additional fees (except additional lab work that needs to be sent out or charges for medication).
  
Students who will be living in (or near) Stevens Point for the summer and are registered for the spring and fall semesters but are not enrolled in summer classes can be seen for services offered in the summer by paying a fee-for-service charge for each visit.  That fee is $60 per visit plus any other costs associated with the visit (labs, some medications etc.).
 
Summer health services provided:
  • Office visits with a physician
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  • Nurse visits, immunizations, Tb tests
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  • Laboratory: limited services (because of this we do not offer routine physicals and annual gynecologic exams during the summer)
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  • Pharmacy: the pharmacy is closed for the summer, however, medications, including refills on existing medications, can be obtained, however, through an office visit. Students should call 715-346-4646 to schedule a brief appointment for medication or refills.

  • Questions?
    Stop by Student Health Service in Delzell Hall or call us at 715-346-4646!


OUR MISSION
 
Student Health Service provides student centered health care that empowers and promotes wellness for all UWSP students.
 
  Our staff strive to incorporate the Seven Dimensions of Wellness into our work and the care we provde for students: Physical, Emotional, Intellectual, Career/Financial, Social, Spiritual and Environmental.
 
HEALTH ​NEWS

 
Multi State Measles Outbreak:
 
Several US states have had cases of measles reported this winter.  
 
 
Measles is caused by a virus.  Those who have had two MMR vaccines (usually given at 12 months of age, and between 4 and 6 years of age) have > 95% protection against measles.  Measles is very contagious, and can spread quickly among those who are unvaccinated.  There is no specific cure or treatment for measles.  If you have NOT received the measles vaccine, and develop a high fever or a fever with a rash, you should call Student Health Services at 715-346-4646 to be seen by a clinician.  The Portage County Health Department, or Student Health Services, can also help to arrange for vaccination if you are unvaccinated. 
 
 

 
 

 

Student Health Service
Hours

Monday-Friday
7:45 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

 

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