During academic year, QuickCare is open 8:00
a.m. - 2:30 p.m., Monday through Friday.
QuickCare is closed from May 23, 2013 to August 25, 2013. Will re-open August 26, 2013
QuickCare is closed on employee holidays and during summer.
QuickCare is an in-network provider for all
UPlan medical program options, and no referrals
are needed. If you are a UPlan member, your
copayment is $10 per QuickCare visit for treatments
and screenings. There is no copayment for
When you arrive at the clinic, show the Nurse
Practitioner your UPlan card to verify that
you are an active participant in one of the
UPlan medical options. Employees and dependents
who are not UPlan participants can still receive
services at QuickCare, but you will need to
pay the full cost of care, and then submit
the bill to your own insurance company.
QuickCare clinic provides services for a wide variety
of conditions, including but not limited to: common
illnesses, screening tests, skin conditions, and
vaccines. Vaccines available are for Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B, influenza, and Tdap/tetanus/diphtheria/pertussis (whooping cough.)
If you have a question regarding services
for a particular condition, please call the Quick
Care staff directly at 726-8666. While we are able
to provide services for many common ailments, we
are not equipped to address chronic health conditions
or severe symptoms such as chest pain, shortness
of breath, or injuries likely to require an x-ray.
These conditions are best addressed by urgent/emergency
care or your primary care physician.
Health Screenings is available at no copay for
UPlan members. Cholestech and glucose screening
(including four elements of cholesterol - HDL, LDL,
triglycerides, total cholesterol) will be conducted.
Appointment is necessary as it requires a 12-hour fasting.
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What you need to bring
- insurance card
- $10 co-pay for UPlan members, if required
QuickCare is located in Room 107 Kirby Student
Center. For any questions, call 218-726-8666.
Map -- http://www.d.umn.edu/maps/KSC/
While it's important to see your health
care professional for medical care or emergencies,
we also encourage you to use your Mayo Clinic Guide
to Self Care book for routine health care issues.
It's a vital resource that can be beneficial for determining
when to seek health care.