University Health Center laboratory services are available to students and faculty & staff members.
* For most laboratory tests, results are available the same day. *
|Most Common Tests - Prices for UNL Students³|
|Complete Blood Count||$29|
|Complete Metabolic Panel||$32|
|HIV Testing (Includes 1/2 antibodies and p24-antigen)||FREE|
|Rapid Strep Test||$28|
|Rapid Flu Test||$25|
³UNL Students who have paid UNL Facility Fees.
For Tests Ordered by Non-UHC Providers
We will perform tests ordered by medical providers outside the University Health Center. An order from your medical provider is required for most tests. Test results will be faxed to your medical provider.
If you have questions, please call (402) 472-7470 to speak to a member of the Laboratory staff.
We are a Blue Cross Blue Shield Preferred Provider. Information about billing & insurance.
Wellness Profiles Now Available Any TimeSave money and time by getting your Wellness Profile at the University Health Center.
Wellness Profiles are offered Monday-Friday at the UHC Laboratory.
Profiles include total cholesterol, LDL cholesterol, HDL cholesterol, triglycerides, hemoglobin, and glucose.
Wellness Profiles are for $20 for UNL students and $25 for faculty and staff members.
Note: No appointment is needed. When you arrive at the University Health Center for your Wellness Profile, please check in at the Front Desk.We recommend fasting for 10-12 hours before your Wellness Profile.
How to View Your Tuberculosis Test Results
If your tuberculosis test results are negative, you will find the results in your MyRed account about 2 weeks after you have completed the tuberculosis blood test.
To view your results in MyRED - Click on Applicant tab, Click on Additional Services, Click on Health Requirement. Click on View and Add Attachment.
If you have a positive test - A letter will be sent to you - Make an appointment to see the Immunization Nurse for a chest X-ray and additional lab - Bring your results letter to the University Health Center - Check-in at front desk to see the nurse - Make an appointment to see a Physician to review your X-ray and lab results