University Health and Counseling Services
Ambrose Center

Health Services

Health Services

Health Services

Our staff specializes in the unique needs of college students. We offer a wide range of services.

Scheduling an Appointment

You can schedule appointments online! Just click the "My UHCS" link on the left or here and enter your university-assigned username and password to access our secure Electronic Medical Records portal. You can also schedule health service appointments by calling UHCS at 262-472-1300. For counseling appointments, please call 262-472-1305. Community providers are available for all after-hours care, including the nearest emergency room, urgent care clinics, and more.

Student Eligibility for UHCS Services

All students currently enrolled in UW-Whitewater classes are eligible for services. During the summer, students who are not enrolled in summer session but are enrolled for fall can choose to pay a one-time fee to continue services at UHCS. Students who are enrolled in summer session can receive health services for no additional fee. Students who graduate are no longer eligible for services. 

Qualifications of Our Staff

Please see our Staff page.

Have any specific health questions or concerns? Please see our Wellness A-Z page for a comprehensive list of common health concerns, or visit our FAQ page. 


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This site is not meant to replace the advice of a health care or counseling professional. You should not rely on any information on these pages, or information generated for you by this site, to replace consultations with qualified professionals regarding your own specific situation. Some links take you to a source outside of UHCS. The owners of that site, not UHCS, are responsible for the content.