Emergencies & After Hours
Information for Patients
Health Insurance Information and Billing
Student Health Advisory Committee
Peer Health Education
Health Care for UMD Employees
KEEP CALM & KNOW YOUR HIV STATUS: FREE Condoms and information on HIV/AIDS and testing sites. December 2-6. UMD Kirby Student Center. Sponsored by the UMD Commission of Women, Health Services-Peer Health Educators and Planned Parenthood. HIV testing is available at Health Services. Make an appointment by calling, 218-726-8155.
Welcome to UMD Health Services
UMD Health Services is a comprehensive medical facility designed to meet the health care needs of today's college students. Physicians, nurse practitioners, and registered nurses are available on an appointment and urgent care basis. Most health needs can be met directly within the Health Services facility. UMD Health Services also provides free and confidential counseling, and health education services for students of the UMD campus community. The mission of our clinic and professional staff is to help students develop healthy personal lifestyles and to provide the services necessary to ensure academic success.
Our staff is committed to meeting today's highest health care standards. All services are provided by experienced physicians, nurses, and other health care professionals and counselors.
Our commitment to excellence is demonstrated by our active participation in the American College Health Association, our accreditation through the Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care, and our ongoing quality improvement program.
UMD Health Service supports three active student groups that make a difference on the UMD campus through peer health education (S/HE and APE) and through policy change as it pertains to campus health (SHAC).
To schedule a medical appointment at Health Services, call the Registration desk at 218-726-8155.
To schedule a counseling appointment at Health Services, call the Counseling Registration desk at 218-726-7913.
Phones will be answered during regular office hours.
Not sure if you need to be seen?
Students with medical questions may call our Nurse Care Line at (218) 726-7870. Phone calls will be answered/returned during regular office hours. (Line available September through May only.)
What to bring to your appointment
Students are required to bring and present their student identification card and health insurance card. If you are a new patient, please also bring these completed forms to your first appointment.
New patients to UMD Health Services
New patients are encouraged to complete the following forms prior to their first appointment. (In an effort to save you time, print off and complete the three forms prior to your first appointment.) Be sure to include prescription names of any current medications you are taking and the dosage. Present both to the registration clerk at the time of check in. All forms must be completed in ink.
Students with appointments must check in at least 5-10 minutes prior to their appointment. New patients are required to check in 15-20 minutes ahead of their appointment time. Students who arrive 10 minutes late for their scheduled appointment will be asked to reschedule.
September through May
8:00am - 4:00pm, MTWF
9:00am - 3:00pm, M-F
UMD Health Services Building
(between Lake Superior Hall and Goldfine Hall, next to Heaney Hall)
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