Student Health Clinic

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Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, the University of Northern Iowa has taken numerous public health measures to help protect students, employees and guests from the spread of COVID-19. These efforts have allowed us to safely offer in-person instruction and on-campus activities. 

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Services Offered

General Medical Care,  Routine Health Exams,  Injury Evaluations, ImmunizationsPsychiatric Services, Travel Consultations, Allergy Injections,  Lab Testing,  Sexual Transmitted Disease (STD) Testing,  Eating Disorders Management,  Women's Health Services

We offer the following services.  Student Health Clinic does not provide chronic illness ongoing management.

  • Appropriate treatment for acute illnesses and injuries, including communication with primary care/specialists, as needed.
  • Full lab services to complete ordered routine and follow up blood draws before your appointment with your primary care provider/specialists.  
  • Diagnostic assessments and testing for many chronic illnesses.  If needed, referrals will be made for further treatment and management of chronic diseases.
  • Free sharps containers and sharps disposal
  • Evaluation of diabetes risk or diagnose diabetes.  Newly diagnosed diabetic patients are referred to a specialist either in the Cedar Valley or their hometown depending on student’s preference.
  • Nurse-on-call service is available after clinic hours, weekends, and holidays for medical advice by dialing 319-272-2600.

 Resource Nurse

The resource nurse helps patients to determine the appropriate care of health problems through phone, (319) 273-5161, or in-person visits. Nurse appointments are available for a variety of health-related issues including pregnancy testing, travel consultations & vaccinations, allergy injections and updating immunizations.

Referral to a medical specialist

If your condition requires referral to a specialist, the Student Health Clinic health care providers will assist you with making those arrangements. 

Students are responsible for:

  • Contacting their insurance to see if the medical specialist or health facility is participating with their health insurance company.
  • Bringing copies of their health insurance cards to their appointment as well as personal identification (such as, UNI ID or driver’s license).

Fees charged by a specialist are independent of the Student Health Clinic.  If you have specific questions related to the cost of the visit, you should check with your health insurance company.   



The Student Health Clinic is an AAAHC accredited facility. We participate in a voluntary site survey to measure the quality of our services and performance against nationally recognized standards of The Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care.

Accredited by the Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care, INC