Urgent Health Concerns & Questions

Walk-In and See a University Health Center Nurse When:

  • You are acutely ill, injured, have severe pain or high fever
  • You have a medical question or concern to discuss with a registered nurse

The University Health Center Nurse can:

  • Do the initial physical assessment of your problem/concern
  • Test for strep throat if indicated by your symptoms
  • Do pregnancy testing
  • Refer you to a medical provider if needed
  • Provide home care advice and recommendations

The Nurse cannot:

  • Prescribe antibiotics
  • Refill prescriptions
  • Order mono or other laboratory tests

Or Call and Talk to a University Health Center Nurse:

If you have a medical concern and can't come to the University Health Center, you can call and talk to a nurse.

Monday-Friday
8:30am-4:45pm

Call:
402-472-5000
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2014-2015 Academic Year Walk-In Hours

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Monday-Thursday: 8AM - 6PM

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Friday: 8AM - 5PM

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Saturday: 9AM - 12:30PM

2015 Summer Walk-In Hours

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Monday-Friday: 8AM - 5PM

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Saturday: 10AM - 12PM

After Hours Information

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FIRST STEP

To talk to a nurse after hours, call:

402-219-8050

5PM to 7AM Monday - Friday

24 hours on Weekends & Holidays

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NEXT STEP

Nearest Urgent Care Centers

Heartland Urgent Care

965 South 27th Street, Suite D

402-477-3505


Linc Care North

5000 North 26th Street
(26th & Superior) Suite 300

402-435-2060

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OR NEXT STEP

Nearest Emergency Room

Bryan LGH Medical Center-West

2300 South 16th Street
(16th & South Streets)

402-475-1011

Student fees do not cover after-hours weekend or emergency medical care services. We recommend you contact your insurance company to verify urgent care network participation, benefits, copays and deductibles specific to your plan before seeking care.