Which forms do I need to complete as a new patient?
All forms should be completed on the Student Health Portal.
Fill out the health history form on your Student Health Portal.
Notice of Privacy Practices
Please read this document prior to your first appointment.
Can I make same-day appointments?
Every effort will be made to see you as soon as possible on the same-day or the next business day for immediate issues such as a cold, upset stomach, etc.. Please call the Student Health Center at (920) 424-2424 to set up an appointment.
What if I am unable to make it to my appointment?
As soon as you find out you will be unable to make your appointment, call the Student Health Center at (920) 424-2424 to cancel or reschedule.
Failure to cancel or reschedule an appointment within 24 hours will result in a no-show fee charged to your student account. See our No Show Policy for more details.
What is the No-Show Policy?
Students who miss three or more appointments without cancelling will not be eligible to schedule any further appointments at the Student Health Center. A letter will be sent to the student and scanned into their Electronic Medical Record (EMR). The student will regain eligibility to schedule appointments in 12 months.
Students who “No Show” three or more times can still be seen at the Student Health Center, but will need to stop by to see if there is an opening at the time of their arrival. No appointments will be made for future times.
Fees and Payments
The Student Health Center at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh offers professional health care services that are cost-effective. We don’t bill insurance, however we can help you figure out the best possible solutions for your health problems and concerns.
1. How can I pay for Student Health services?
Students can pay for services with their Titan Card or have their charges billed to their student account.
2. What is the cost of services?
3. Can I use my health insurance at the Student Health Center?
The Student Health Center at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh does not bill insurance. Upon request, we will give you a copy of your receipt with the proper information to enable you to submit your charges to your insurance company for reimbursement.
It is important that you carry a copy of your health insurance card. Many insurance companies will cover only the cost of care at specific hospitals or clinics. If you require x-rays or specialty care, it is important for you to know where your care will be covered.
If you have additional questions, contact the Student Health Center at (920) 424-2424.
4. Where can I find assistance for getting health insurance?
Enroll Wisconsin was founded in June 2013 to coordinate statewide outreach and enrollment functions, and facilitate statewide communication about the implementation of the Health Insurance Marketplace in Wisconsin.
Enroll Wisconsin’s website is Wisconsin’s resource clearinghouse for those engaged in building awareness and providing training about the Affordable Care Act’s health insurance reforms, and directly assisting and enrolling Wisconsin residents in the state’s Health Insurance Marketplace.
Does the Student Health Center provide immediate services for sexual assault survivors?
The Student Health Center provides confidential care for sexual assault survivors, including medical care and referrals to other campus and community resources.
What services are available in the community for immediate medical care?
Does the Student Health Center have health-related data of our campus population?
The National College Health Assessment is a national research survey organized by the American College Health Association to assist college health service providers, health educators and administrators in collecting data about their students’ habits, behaviors and perceptions on the most prevalent health topics.
CLICK HERE to access the Spring 2015 UW Oshkosh National College Health Assessment Data.
University Employees, Faculty & Staff
Does the Student Health Center provide services for University employees, faculty, and staff?
The Student Health Center is funded by student fees; therefore we do not provide general health care for employees.
We do however, offer the following services:
- Blood Pressure checks (no cost): Monday – Friday: 8 a.m.-11 a.m. or 1 p.m.-4 p.m.
- Flu Shots: Coordinated through Human Resources. Please visit their website for more information
- Hepatitis B Shots: Funded by the University for certain positions only.