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UT Health Network

Participating facilities and providers in the Austin area are shown below. For more information visit our UT Health Network page.

The Austin area has two main providers that offer the UT Health Network tier services:

UT Austin School of Nursing Wellness Center

UT Health Austin

UT Austin School of Nursing Wellness Center

The UT School of Nursing Wellness Clinic is a primary care clinic. We focus on prevention and management of acute and chronic conditions. Our care is provided primarily by nurse practitioners and our services are for patients of all ages. We work closely with a variety of specialty clinics (e.g. cardiology, endocrinology, pulmonology, etc.) and assist patients with navigating care services as specific diagnostic management needs arise. We strive to be a medical home for our patients as we work in partnership with them to maintain optimal health.

  • No appointment is necessary (but calling ahead is encouraged); $10 co-pay for UT SELECT members
  • Open Monday ; Tuesday – Friday and located on the first floor of the Development Building, N Interstate 35, Suite , Austin Texas
  • For a more information, or to make a call-ahead appointment, please visit nursing.utexas.edu/outreach/center.html or call

Location:  N. I35, Suite , Austin, TX

UT Health Austin

UT Health Austin, the clinical practice designed and managed by the faculty and staff of the Dell Medical School, begins treating patients, Tuesday, October As a University of Texas employee, you now have two new ways to access great care as part of your UT SELECT insurance plan.

WorkLife* walk-in clinic:

  • About WorkLife & Map (.pdf)
  • No appointment is necessary (but calling ahead is encouraged); $10 co-pay for UT SELECT members
  • Walk-in clinic for common illnesses such as a cold or the flu, sprains or muscle strains, and routine procedures such as physicals, lab tests or flu shots
  • Open Mon-Fri, on the 9th floor of the Health Transformation Building (HTB), Trinity Street; parking available next door in the Health Center Garage (HCG)
  • For a more information, or to make a call-ahead appointment, please visit uthealthaustin.org/worklife, or call UT-CARES ()

UT Health Austin specialty care clinics:

  • UT Health Austin offers a patient-focused, team-based approach with only a $25 co-pay for UT SELECT members
  • Open Mon-Fri, on the 8th and 9th floors of the Health Transformation Building (HTB), Trinity Street; parking available next door in the Health Center Garage (HCG)
  • Women’s Health (complex gynecology)
  • Musculoskeletal (issues such as arthritis, ligament injuries, and joint replacement)
  • Mulva Clinic for the Neurosciences (back pain, and multiple sclerosis)
  • For a complete list of conditions treated, or to make an appointment, please visit uthealthaustin.org, or call UT-CARES ()

The faculty and staff of the Dell Medical School and every member of the UT Health Austin clinical practice are proud to bring these new ways to access outstanding health care to everyone at UT.

* WorkLife treats all UT employees 18 and over, and accepts most insurance plans including Blue Cross Blue Shield, United, Aetna, Humana and more. To find out if your insurance plan is accepted at UT Health Austin, please call UT-CARES ().

Sours: https://www.utsystem.edu/offices/employee-benefits/austin

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University Health Services

University Health Services (UHS) is part of the Division of Student Affairs. Located in the Student Services Building, UHS is a fully accredited ambulatory healthcare facility. It provides medical services primarily for currently enrolled students at The University of Texas at Austin and extends its travel health, physical therapy and nutrition services to university faculty and staff. UHS offers certain services for some non-students who are officially enrolled in particular university programs. UHS also provides public health leadership and initiatives, including the promotion of a healthy campus.     

The medical staff includes board-certified physicians (family medicine, internal medicine and sports medicine), nurse practitioners, physician assistants, physical therapists, a registered dietitian and, in conjunction with the Counseling and Mental Health Center (CMHC), an integrated behavioral health team. UHS offers laboratory, radiology and ultrasound services and other specialty services including an allergy shot/immunization/travel health clinic, women's health and sports medicine.

For routine health concerns, students can schedule appointments by calling () on weekdays during posted business hours. Students can also schedule many types of appointments online. Students whose illness or injury requires prompt medical attention may be asked to come to UHS for an urgent care visit not requiring an appointment. Regular operating hours, as well as those for the summer semester, holidays and semester breaks, are posted on the UHS website.

Students with medical emergencies should go directly to an emergency facility or call

The UHS Nurse Advice Line, () NURS (), is available 24 hours a day to offer guidance to ill or injured students. Students who need medical treatment when UHS is closed must go to a healthcare facility in the community and are responsible for any charges incurred.

The Longhorn Wellness Center (LWC), part of UHS and CMHC, supports student life and academic success by addressing relevant health topics including high risk drinking prevention, suicide prevention, bystander interventions, sleep promotion, healthy sexuality, interpersonal violence prevention, active living and mental health promotion.  The LWC uses multi-level, evidence-based prevention strategies such as peer education, social marketing, social norms initiatives, environmental change strategies and strategic campus partnerships.

There are charges associated with UHS clinic visits. The complete University Health Services Charges Statement is posted on the UHS website.

Students sometimes are affected by medical conditions beyond the scope of services offered by UHS. Payment for services at other healthcare facilities is the sole responsibility of the student; therefore, students are encouraged to purchase the optional student health insurance plan or have insurance coverage under another policy. Additional information about the student health insurance plan can be found here.  

UHS accepts most types of health insurance; however, students are not required to have health insurance to use UHS. For more information, including types of plans with which claims cannot be filed, go to the UHS website.  

Sours: https://catalog.utexas.edu/general-information/student-services/university-health-services/

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