Monkey Pox Info:
The CDC is working to contain the current monkeypox outbreak. It is important for you to educate yourself about this virus and how to decrease your risk of getting sick. Cases are increasing, including in Wisconsin. The CDC has a good resource for frequently asked questions.
UHCS does NOT have monkeypox vaccine in stock at this time, but do call us so we can evaluate your symptoms/risk/exposure and work with the Wisconsin Department of Health Services and our local health departments to provide testing and care to you (which may include vaccination).
Students--If you have ANY concerns or questions about monkeypox, please call UHCS at (262) 472-1300.
Employees—Please contact your personal healthcare provider.
Our staff specializes in the unique needs of college students. We offer a wide range of services.
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.
All students currently enrolled in UW-Whitewater classes are eligible for services. During the summer, students who are not enrolled in summer session or students who have graduated in the spring 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.
We have a full time medical supervisor who is board certified in family practice, plus a part-time family practice physician, and a board-certified consulting psychiatrist. In addition, we have four nurse practitioners on staff who are certified by the State of Wisconsin to provide health care, including writing prescriptions. For more information on our staff, please see our Meet 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.