Frequently Asked Questions

Do I need an appointment?

Yes, an appointment is preferable. We will make every effort to see patients on a walk-in basis, however, those individuals with appointments will be given priority.

Where are you located?

We are located in the lower level of Brady Residence Hall on the St. Paul campus. We are near the skyway that connects Morrison and Koch. There is a wheelchair ramp leading up to the front door of the clinic.

What are your hours?

Click here for current hours.

What services do you provide?

Our services include Primary Care, Women's Health, Travel Clinic, Urgent Care and Wellness Services.

Examples:  acute injuries and illness care; allergy injections; blood pressure monitoring; chronic illness care; gynecology exams; immunizations; laboratory services; physical exams; pregnancy testing; STD testing, treatment & education; smoking cessation.

In addition, we work closely with UST Counseling and Psychological Services as well as Athletics.

Who works in Health Services?

We are staffed by internal medicine physicians, psychiatrists, nurse practitioners, registered nurses, physical therapists, a certified medical assistant, a massage therapist, and a registered dietitian.  We do not hire student employees.

What are the fees?

Services received at the clinic will be submitted to your health insurance company for you. There is a charge for immunizations and prescription drugs received at Health Services. Please contact the St. Thomas Insurance and Billing Office at 651-962-6752 or stuhealthins@stthomas.edu if you have questions.

Is this information confidential?

Yes. No aspect of your care will be shared with anyone without your written permission.

Is health insurance required?

We do bill your insurance so please bring your insurance card at the time of the visit.

All domestic students are required by federal law to carry health insurance coverage. If you do not have health insurance coverage, resource information can be found on the University of St. Thomas Health Services website.

All F-1 and J-1 international students are required to purchase the University of St. Thomas-sponsored international student health insurance plan. Additional information can be found on the international student insurance website.

What if I don't have my insurance card?

You may still be seen at our clinic. However, you must fax or provide a copy of your insurance coverage information within 48 hrs or the charges will be submitted to your student account.