Student Health Clinic

Measles Information

The University of Northern Iowa Student Health Clinic is closely watching the measles outbreak situation in the US, related to cases linked to Disneyland in California, and in 11 other states.

Immunization to measles, mumps, and rubella (MMR) is a requirement for all students who attend the University of Northern Iowa. To comply with this requirement, all students must provide records documenting proof of TWO measles, mumps, and rubella (MMR) vaccinations.

Measles (also known as rubeola and hard measles) is a very contagious, vaccine-preventable, viral disease with symptoms like fever, cough, inflammation of the mucus membranes of the nose, inflammation of the eye, and a red area on the skin with raised bumps or rash. It usually occurs in people who have not had the disease before or who are unvaccinated. The best way to prevent measles is to get the MMR vaccinations.

If you have concerns that you have been exposed to a person with the measles, please call the Student Health Clinic Resource nurse at 319-273-5161 during the Student Health Clinic business hours. After hours, call Patient Engagement, formerly known, as Nurse-on-Call, at 319-272-2600. This service is sponsored by Wheaton Franciscan Healthcare. It is best to stay isolated and call a healthcare provider to get guidance on actions to take for your health and those around you, BEFORE you travel to a doctor’s office or Emergency Room, due to the highly contagious nature of measles illness.

For more information about the measles:

Center for Disease Control and Prevention

Iowa Department of Public Health

Flu Information

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention,the single best way to prevent the flu is to get a flu vaccine each season. Who should get a flu shot? Everyone 6 months of age and older should get a flu vaccine this season. Flu vaccines are available for students through the Student Health Clinic, please call to make an appointment. 319-273-2009

*We will file a claim with your health insurance company or the cost is $25 for those without health insurance coverage.

Flu related information.

 

Ebola Information

Click here for information about Ebola.

 

UNI Student Health Clinic

Welcome to the Student Health Clinic at the University of Northern Iowa. We specialize in college health. We offer high quality primary care services provided by Board Certified Family Practice Physicians, Board Certified Physician Assistants, and a Board Certified Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner. Additional staff includes a pharmacist, nurses, and a lab technologist. We understand today’s college students and we are committed to assisting you with your healthcare needs.

If you wish to make an appointment please call 319-273-2009 and select option one. We are not able to answer medical questions or schedule appointments via e-mail. If you have other questions or concerns about our services please e-mail us at healthcenter@uni.edu

Eligibility and General Information

All registered University of Northern Iowa students are eligible to use our services. We encourage you to schedule an appointment by calling (319) 273-2009. We are located on West 23rd Street next to the Schindler Education Center: http://www.uni.edu/health/about/location/

To be prepared for your visit to the Student Health Clinic you should:

  • Bring your health and pharmacy insurance cards.
  • Know all medications & doses you are currently taking.
  • Know your medication allergies and sensitivities.

Accreditation

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.

The Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care.

Diversity Statement

The Student Health Clinic is committed to being knowledgeable and
sensitive regarding issues of gender, race, ethnicity, national origin,
age, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, and ability.

Diversity matters
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