Student Health Services
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Student Health Center Information
Hours Of Operation
Laboratory: 8:30 - 4:30 M-F
X-ray: 2:00 - 5:00 M-F
Physical Therapy: 8:30 - 6:00 M-F
Pharmacy: 11:00 - 3:00 M-F
Registered Utah State Students and their spouses and dependents are eligible to use the providers and services of the Student Health Center. An appointment is strongly recommended. Appointment priority is given to enrolled students who have paid the Student Health Fee. Family members of students and University faculty/staff members may be seen for health issues of an "urgent care" nature as appointments are available. It is not necessary for you to have health insurance to receive care, but if you do have health insurance, your usual co-pays will apply to any charges incurred during your visit.
Payment for use of the Health Center
You are not required to have health insurance to use the Student Health and Wellness Center or to see a provider here. When you register for classes each semester, you pay a student health fee, which enables us to provide many of our professional services without any additional cost to you. Spouses and dependents pay a similar, but slightly higher fee to access the Health Center for the semester. Faculty and staff pay a co-pay related to their insurance coverage
Our laboratory tests, x-rays and physical therapy visits, individual diet counseling and some of our procedures and supplies have fees associated with them. While we expect payment at the time of service, we will work with you to receive reimbursement from your insurance, and we will accept Visa, Mastercard, and Aggie Express cards.
Services Not Offered
We do not offer major emergency care, motor vehicle accident care, and care for workman's compensation (on the job) injuries. For any of these injuries, first aid care will be provided, when necessary, and then care will be transferred to an appropriate care provider. In the event of a life-threatening emergency call 911 or Campus Police.
We do not write notes of excuse for missed class work and examinations except under special circumstances determined by the provider because we cannot determine after-the-fact whether or not your absence was valid.