Billing and Insurance Overview

Patient Friendly Billing

Insurance may be used for charges. Nebraska Medicine participates with many insurance companies. Click here for a complete list.

Before you visit, we recommend you check with your insurance company to make sure that Nebraska Medicine, not the University Health Center, is in-network.

Patients are asked to bring their insurance card and NCard with them to every visit. Thirty days following the visit, charges will automatically be transferred to the patient's student bill on MyRED. Patients also have the option to pay at time of service.

Students who pay University Program and Facilities Fees, otherwise known as student fees, can receive some Nebraska Medicine–University Health Center services at no extra charge. Click here for more information.

Counseling and Psychological Services Billing

Students who pay University Program and Facilities Fees, otherwise known as student fees, receive their first four individual therapy sessions per academic lifetime at no additional cost. Once students have used these four covered sessions, they can choose to submit charges to insurance or they can pay out-of-pocket at a discounted rate of $30 per session for sessions five through 12. After 12 sessions, charges will be submitted to insurance or charged to the student in full. There is no session limit for Counseling and Psychological Services clients.

Billing and Insurance FAQs:

  • How does insurance work at the University Health Center?

  • How do I use the University of Nebraska's UnitedHealthcare StudentResources student insurance plan?

  • Can I use the University Health Center if I do not have insurance?

  • How am I billed and how do I pay my bill?

Other Health Center FAQs

Questions? Call 402.472.7435