" I was very thankful this exists. I do not have insurance so it helps to be able to have a place to go where many things are free and what's not is cheaper. The healthcare providers are all very nice and willing to help." UW-W student
There are no fees for Counseling or Wellness programs.
UHCS respects our students' time and money. We strive to give UWW students the best health care services possible for the segregated fees they pay. When all appointments made are used, we are able to make more appointments available to our students. When students do not keep their appointments, other students who want an appointment have to wait needlessly. When appointments are made and not kept students' segregated fee dollars are wasted.To maximize the timely services and lowest cost to the students, late cancellations or no-show appointments may result in a fee.
|Allergy Shots (single)||10.00|
|Allergy Shots (multiple)||15.00|
|Ear wax removal per ear||10.00|
|Removal of non-wart skin lesion||25.00|
|Laceration repair (includes and not limited to sutures)||30.00|
|Removal of ingrown toenail||30.00|
|Splinting of sprain/strain||Costs vary|
|Physical exams (athletic, employment, routine)||20.00|
|Emergency medication cart charge||20.00|
|Orthopedic Supplies (slings,splints, supports, etc)||$2.00 - 52.00|
|Suture Removal (of sutures not applied at UHCS)||10.00|
Note: Any lab tests or medications provided are listed separately and are charged separately - See below for lab and medication costs.
|Adacel (tetanus, diphtheria, pertusis)||45.00|
|Flu mist||Not available this year|
|Flu vaccine||$15 student/$20 staff|
|Hepatitis A vaccine||50.00|
|Hepatitis B vaccine - Adult (series of 3)||55.00/injection|
|Most commonly ordered, other tests available as needed|
|Routine urine test||10.00|
|Test for yeast or bacterial vaginosis*||10.00|
|Basic blood chemistry||14.00|
|TSH (Thyroid function)||20.00|
|Pap test (thin prep)*||37.00|
|STI TESTING FEES|
|HPV (women only)*||66.00|
|Emergency Contraceptive (E-Contra)||11.00|
*Students with Medicaid waiver: cost for these items may be covered at no fee for student
+Some students may be eligible for these tests to be funded via public health - please inquire
NOTE: Some labs may require sensitivity testing
|FREQUENTLY DISPENSED MEDICATIONS|
|Augmentin (Amoxicillin potassium/clav)||10.00-14.00|
|Zithromax (Azithromycin)||7.00 - 9.00|
|Prozac (fluoxetine)||6.00 - 11.00|
|Hydrocortisone 1% cream||7.00|
|Cough Syrup (Guaifenesin)||6.00|
|Flagyl (metronidazole)||7.00 - 15.00|
|Prednisone||8.00 - 10.00|
|Sinu Cleanse Irrigation System||No Charge|
|Lamisil (12gm/30gm)||7.00 - 12.00|
|Antibiotic eye drops (Tetracaine Hydrochloride Solution)||11.00/31.00|
|TMP Sulfa (Bactrim)||9.00|
|Escitalopram||7.00 - 11.00|
|Fluticasone Nasal Spray||8.00|
If you have no fees or want the fees billed to your university bill, you do not need a receipt,you can use EXPRESS CHECKOUT and promptly exit the Health Center after your appointment.Those who need a receipt , even if they desire the charges to be billed to their University account, or want to pay by cash, check, or purple points, must check out at the front window before leaving the Health Center. EXCEPTION: Massage therapy is $10-45 payable by cash or check directly to the massage therapist at the time of the massage.
A prescription can also be given, if requested, to take to a local pharmacy. This is often done when a student has insurance coverage for medication. In addition, there are some sample medications available.The Wisconsin Family Planning Waiver program provides no charge reproductive health care and contraceptives for eligible students.
If you graduate in May, you can receive health services for no additional fee until the first Monday in June. To continue services until the first day of fall classes there is a one time fee that changes yearly. If you are enrolled in the spring and for the fall, but not the summer, you can receive health services for no additional fee until the first Monday in June. To continue services from the first Monday in June through August 1, the one time fee applies. After August 1, full services are available without the additional one time time fee.If you are enrolled in summer session, you can receive health services for no additional fee until the first day of fall classes.