The University Health Center Medical Clinic is staffed by board-certified, experienced medical doctors, physician assistants, and nurse practitioners, as well as a team of registered nurses, licensed practical nurses, and certified medical assistants.
Dental care is provided by licensed dentists, dental hygienists and certified dental assistants. Physical therapy is provided by licensed physical therapists and licensed physical therapist assistants.
Other services are provided by registered dietitians, certified medical laboratory scientists, and licensed radiologic technologists.
According to University Health Center patient satisfaction surveys, our patients agree that they receive high-quality care from medical providers who specialize in treating college students. View videos of our patients sharing their stories about their experiences at the University Health Center.
Additionally, the University Health Center is fully accredited by the American College Health Association and Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care.
You will save yourself time if you schedule an appointment.
According to University Health Center patient satisfaction surveys, most patients wait for less than 5 minutes - if they have an appointment.
For After Hours Assistance with Medical and Mental Health Concerns, Call: (402) 472-5000
If you need immediate attention, CALL 911 - or go to the nearest emergency room.
- To Get Your: Allergy Records, Clinic Progress Notes, Dermatology Records, Dietician Notes, History & Physical Exam, Immunization Records, Laboratory Test Results, Physical Therapy, X-ray Reports, etc.
Complete the Authorization for Use or Disclosure of Health Information and email to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you submitted your immunization records to UNL to complete the New Student Health Requirement, a copy of your immunization records can be found on MyRed.
- Go to MyRED
- Click on the Admissions tab
- Under Links, Click on Health Requirement
- Click Generate Immunization Record
The University Health Center does not provide a verification of a student's illness or injury.
If you are ill and miss classes, please contact your instructors immediately and refer to the Explanatory Statement for Student Absence from Class or Work.
Your instructors may have you fill out the form and return it to them.
Yes, you do need to report any time you get hurt or sick at UNL due to an uncontrolled hazard. This information will be used by UNL EHS (Environmental Health and Safety) to follow up on student injury/illnesses that may have resulted from an uncontrolled hazard.This reporting tool is intended only for students that do not have "employee" status and which have not filed for workers compensation benefits, as described in the EHS SOP, On the Job and Student Injuries.