There is no charge to visit the nurse and there are various over the counter medications available free of charge. If a referral is made to a health care professional off campus, that cost, as well as laboratory, x-ray, emergency room and/or prescription costs are the student's responsibility and/or their insurance provider. Transportation to an off-campus health care facility is also the responsibility of the student.
You are welcome to stop by anytime during office hours (8:30 am - 4:00 pm), however, it is helpful to make an appointment by calling 218-281-8512 or emailing Stacey at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Services that UMC Student Health provides include:
In recognition of the well documented health advantages of breastfeeding for infants and mothers, UMC supports your decision to provide breastmilk for your baby by providing you with a designated lactation room.
The designated lactation room is located at 145D SSC. It is a quiet, comfortable, private room that is available to nursing mothers to express breast milk. This room is available to students, staff, and faculty. Please contact Stacey Grunewald, RN, with any questions, 218-281-8512, email@example.com. For online breastfeeding information www.usbreastfeeding.org
Dr. Saravana Balaramn will be on campus most Tuesdays from 9:00 am - 11:00 am and Thursdays from 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm while school is in session Sept-May, providing free consultation services to UMC Students. Students who wish to be seen by Dr. Saravana Balaramn must make an appointment by calling 218-281-8512. Students will not be billed if they are seen by the doctor, however, any lab work, x-rays, and/or prescriptions are the student's financial responsibility.
STD Testing & Birth Control Options:
The first Thursday of every month from 11:15 am to 12:30 pm (Polk County Public Health will be providing these services for students). Contact Stacey Grunewald, 218-281-8512, for more information.