Important Notice for Medical Appointments
Please call us at 218-726-8155 to determine how we can best meet your needs. We offer both in-person and telephone consultations.
If you are experiencing cough, fever or shortness of breath or have been exposed to someone with known or suspected COVID-19, it is important that you call Health Services at 218-726-8155 prior to arriving at the clinic.
COVID-19 Screening Questions:
If you are experiencing cough, fever, shortness of breath, chills, muscle pain/body aches, headache, new loss of taste or smell, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea or have been exposed to someone with known or suspected COVID-19, it is important that you call Health Services at 218-726-8155 prior to arriving at the clinic.
For after hour medical care please call St. Luke's Hospital at 218-249-4200, Essentia Health at 1-833-494-0836.
Important Notice for Counseling Appointments
If you are in need of clinical resources or support you can contact 218-726-7913 to request an appointment during regular business hours. Please visit the counseling webpage for details.
- 911 for emergencies or immediate assistance
- The U of M Crisis Line 612-301-4673
- Arrowhead Regional Crisis Line 844-772-4724
- Additional crisis resources can be found here
Make an Appointment
To schedule a medical appointment at Health Services, call the Registration desk at 218-726-8155.
To schedule a free counseling appointment at Health Services, call the Counseling Registration desk at 218-726-7913.
Who can be seen and what does it cost?
All students are eligible to use Health Services. The student service fee covers office visits for students taking six or more credits. Some services such as x-rays, lab tests, minor surgery and special procedures are billable to insurance. Students taking less than six credits are eligible to use Health Services by paying a one-time-per-term Health Services fee (see the Health Services student service fee allocation), paid directly to Health Services, which covers office visits. Other billable services listed above.
Non-UMD Students (college aged students from area schools such as College of St. Scholastica, University of Wisconsin - Superior, Lake Superior College, the University of Minnesota, etc.) are eligible to use Health Services, however, charges apply for services rendered by any provider. Billable services include office visits, x-rays, lab tests, minor surgery and special procedures. Non-UMD students can have their charges billed to insurance.
What to bring to your appointment
Students are required to bring their student identification card and health insurance card at every visit.
Health Services has designated parking spaces in front of our building, along with several metered parking spaces. Patients are required to obtain a parking pass from Health Services, which will be available at both entrances; these are to be placed on your dash and used during your appointment time.