New Patient

Medical Services provides minor medical care to current-term registered UVU students. You will work with our nurse practitioners to determine the most appropriate course of treatment for your medical issues. The practitioner may provide you with a referral to a community practitioner if additional medical care is needed. Our medical staff are all licensed professionals to ensure that you get the best care possible.

At this time we do not provide services to student spouses or dependents. We can provide care to faculty and staff on a limited basis, but recommend you see your primary care provider for your health care needs.

What Should I Expect During My First Medical Visit?

An appointment is required for all medical visits. You can stop by our office or call to schedule an appointment. On occasion there may be wait times due to the high demand for our services, but you will usually be scheduled within 1-2 days. You will need to arrive 10 minutes early in order to complete paperwork OR you can bring the completed forms with you.

Medical Intake Form (pdf)

How Long Will My Appointment Last?

You can expect for your visit to last approximately 30-60 minutes depending on the services you are requesting.

Medical Facility

What Should I Bring to My Medical Visit?

If you are requesting a medication refill, medical records from your previous practitioner are required. Health insurance is not required to use our services, nor do we do insurance billing. However, we can bill accepted insurances for lab work so please bring your insurance card with you and we will determine if your insurance can be billed for these services. For other services we accept cash, check or credit card.

Where Do I Go for a Medical Appointment?

Our medical services are located in SC-221.