Our Services

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Success starts with your physical and mental wellness. We offer convenient same-day or next-day appointments, with in-person and virtual options available.

Our services include:


  • Acute minor illness & injuries
  • Needlestick/sharps injury, skin exposure


  • Physical exams
  • Immunizations
  • Screenings
  • Allergy injections*

*Your allergist will need to prescribe and mix the serum, and order the dosage schedule.


  • Well woman exams
  • Men’s health exams & consultations
  • Acute care for gynecological concerns
  • Contraception counseling, prescriptions, & IUD removal
  • Pregnancy diagnosis and counseling
  • Pre-conception counseling
  • STI screening, diagnosis & treatment
  • PrEP (Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis for HIV)
  • HPV Vaccination


  • Anxiety & depression treatment
  • Psychiatric care
  • Counseling services – coming soon!


  • Lab orders & titers

Lab orders can be performed on-site at Quest Diagnostics located on the 1st floor of the Health Pavilion. The Student Health Clinic is happy to place a lab order for you and testing can be done at your convenience. Contact Quest Diagnostics directly at 817-731-0518 for questions related to results. 


Stellus Rx is our full-service pharmacy, conveniently located on the 1st floor of the HSC Health Pavilion. It offers personalized care from a pharmacist, as well as over-the-counter medication and products.


To schedule an N95 fit test, please complete the OSHA Respirator Medical Evaluation Questionnaire and submit to Ericka.Yeager@unthsc.edu and Isabel.Vecino@unthsc.edu for medical clearance.  If the OSHA form is not received and medically cleared prior to the scheduled fit test, the fit test will be rescheduled.


Patient Privacy & Confidentiality

The Student Health Clinic is Compliant with HIPAA, FERPA, and other state and federal laws. Our team takes all possible steps to protect the privacy and confidentiality of our students. Information will not be released to anyone without your written consent, except in those few circumstances where the law requires disclosure of confidential information. Some cases of communicable disease must be reported to the Texas Department of Public Health.