Actively enrolled UNT Dallas and College of Law (COL) students and employees of UNT Dallas, UNT Dallas College of Law, and UNT Systems.
If you are a student and not actively enrolled in classes, you will need to use external medical resources for further assistance. Please see External Medical Resources in the side menu and/or contact the Student Health Clinic for more information.
It is important to note the following: only select “Employee” under “Visit Type” if you are not a Student of UNT Dallas or College of Law; only select “Student” if you are actively enrolled with UNT Dallas or College of Law. Student Employees do not count as Employees for “Visit Type”.
No. You must schedule an appointment online follow the prompts, and complete all online electronic forms before your appointment. (see hompage)
Yes, a mask must be worn at all times while in the clinic. If you do not have one, you will be supplied one. If you choose not to abide by the rule, then you will not be seen in the clinic. Outside resources will be provided where you can receive medical care.
Yes, actively enrolled UNT Dallas/COL students, regardless of insurance status, can be seen in clinic and receive free in-house medical services (see homepage)
However, prescriptions, imaging services, and labs sent out to LabCorp or Quest, are the student’s financial responsibility.
Yes, actively enrolled insured UNT Dallas/COL students can be seen in the clinic. Upon scheduling your appointment, you will need to input all your medical insurance information into the scheduling appointment tool. If you are having technical difficulties when trying to input your insurance information via the scheduling tool, please contact the clinic for assistance.
A student’s insurance will only be applied to labs sent out to Quest or LabCorp and any extra services that are not covered within the clinic’s scope of services. Please contact the Student Health Clinic for more details, if needed.
Yes, but you will be billed by HSC Health for the clinic visit along with any rendered clinic services. Please contact the Student Health Clinic for further details.
The Student Health Clinic accepts most insurances. However, to verify, please call the member services number on the back of your health insurance card for confirmation. If still having issues with verification, please contact the clinic for further assistance
If you need assistance or have questions regarding any HSC Health billing statements, please contact HSC Health Patient Services at 817-735-2926.
No, the Student Health Clinic only provides medical care for certain acute ailments. If you are needing ongoing treatment or monitoring, you will need to establish care with a Primary Care Provider.
Yes, the clinic can administer Depo Shots. However, the clinic will not prescribe the Depo Shot medication. You must continue to receive the prescription from your regular healthcare provider.
In order to have your Depo Shot administered, you must schedule an appointment and bring your Depo Shot medication. The Office Visit will be considered a normal Office Visit where you will be seen by the Medical Provider and the Nurse. Thus, you need to make time to complete a full check in process and Office Visit. A urine pregnancy test will be completed to ensure a negative pregnancy status. If you test positive for pregnancy, your Depo Shot will not be administered.
It is important to note that if you do not have the needed medication to administer the Depo Shot, the clinic will not be able to proceed with the Depo Shot administration.
No, the clinic does not perform Tuberculosis (TB) screenings. If you are needing a TB screening test, please visit External Medical Resources to fulfill your TB screening test needs.
No, the clinic will not be able to complete your follow up care if you test positive for Tuberculosis (TB). You must follow the protocol and all follow up care with the medical facility you tested at for TB. In order for you to receive medical clearance to return back to the University, you must receive medical clearance from the medical facility that tested you for TB and completed your follow up care for TB.
Yes, the clinic offers 3D Mammogram Services through a partnership with Mammogram Poster Girls and Methodist Health System. The 3D Mammogram is performed via a mobile health unit supplied by Methodist Health System. The 3D Mammogram is available for Students, Employees, and Women throughout DFW.
You can be 40 and Above OR under 40 if you are High Risk to participate. If you are under 40, Methodist Health System will perform a screening upon scheduling your appointment to verify if you qualify as High Risk.
Notification of when this service is provided on the UNT Dallas Campus in front of Parking Lot 1 will be sent out 2 months in advance. You will need to follow the directions on the advertisement in order to secure a slot. Once you receive notification about the 3D Mammogram service, you can further advertise to all Women throughout DFW to receive a free 3D Mammogram.
If you and or your friends/family members do not have a Primary Care Provider (PCP) or Obstetrician/Gynecologist (OBGYN), please inform upon scheduling your 3D Mammogram appointment with Methodist Health System. Methodist Health System will assign you with a Methodist Health System Medical Provider. If your 3D Mammogram is abnormal and the Methodist Health System Medical Provider needs to go over the results, you will be financially responsible for the Office Visit Fee and fees associated with subsequent imaging studies.
No. The clinic does not have onsite X-Ray services. However, the clinic can provide an X-Ray referral to a nearby external X-Ray medical entity. The referral document will be completed during the clinical office visit and given to the patient. All fees associated with the X-Ray services will be the patient’s financial responsibility at time of service with the external X-Ray medical entity.
If you think you or someone is suffering severe harm or may die without immediate attention, call 911 immediately.
Please see below for Urgent Care or Emergency Care conditions:
For Emergency Care, please go to the nearest ER or call 911 immediately.
No, the clinic does not provide Worker’s Compensation medical services. Please consult with your Human Resources Representative or Risk Management for further assistance.
No, the clinic does not provide medical services for Motor Vehicle Accidents. Please visit the External Medical Resources for further assistance.
No, the clinic does not fulfill Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) requests. Please visit the External Medical Resources page and or follow up with your regular healthcare provider for further assistance.
No. The clinic does not provide DOT Physical services. Please go to a nearby Primary Care, Occupational Health, or Urgent Care facility to complete a DOT Physical.
No. The clinic does not provide referrals to Specialists. It is recommended to see your regular healthcare provider and seek counsel for specialist referrals. However, the clinic can provide outside medical resources that can possibly further assist your specialist request.
No. The clinic does not provide Mental Health and Behavioral Health medical services. It is recommended to see your regular healthcare provider and seek counsel for Mental Health and Behavioral Health medical services. However, the clinic can provide external medical resources that can possibly further assist your Mental Health and Behavioral Health medical services request.
The clinic has partnered with UT Southwestern Community Prevention and Intervention Unit (CPIU) to provide Free STD/STI Screenings during certain days and events for Fall and Spring Semesters. No scheduling is needed. All Walk In. The UT Southwestern CPIU personnel will provide the results and treatment information, if needed.
All notifications for the Free STD/STI events are advertised in Student and Employee Newsletters via email, SMS/Text messages to Students, and Campus TV advertisements.
If you are unable to make an event, or still need STD/STI Testing with or without treatment, or are uninsured, see these STD/STI testing locations under Sexual Health Resources.
In order for treatment to occur for a confirmed or suspected exposure to an STI in the Student Health Clinic, you must be tested in order to receive treatment. It is important to note that the Student Health Clinic will not review your partner’s lab result.
If you are uninsured, there is an STI Lab Package for $65 which covers for HIV, Syphilis, and Gonorrhea/Chlamydia Urine. Payment is completed during the Office Visit via Debit Card or Credit Card. Patient name must match what is on the Debit Card or Credit Card. Once labs and payment have been collected, treatment will occur for certain suspected or confirmed STI exposure. It is important to note that certain STIs will need to be treated by other medical facilities. If you are unable to pay, you will be given off-campus medical resources for free or discounted STI testing with or without treatment.
If you are insured, your insurance will be used for testing purposes. At the same time, treatment will occur for certain suspected or confirmed STI exposure. It is important to note that certain STIs will need to be treated by other medical facilities.
No. Any labs sent out to an external lab like Quest or LabCorp while uninsured, there is a cost and the uninsured is financially liable. The Student Health Clinic has affordable Lab Packages for uninsured students.
However, the in-house services we provide are free to actively enrolled UNT Dallas/COL students.
Resources to free or discounted testing sites and clinics can be provided for further lab assistance, if needed.
No. The clinic does not have a pharmacy. Medications are electronically prescribed to the patient’s preferred pharmacy.
For routine refills, you must see your regular medical provider.
If you have a pending appointment with your regular provider but have ran out of your medication, the clinic’s Medical Provider will review the medication and only refill to his or her own medical discretion. If he or she is unable to refill your requested prescription, you must follow up with your regular medical provider for further assistance.
The clinic does not refill or prescribe the following:
Please contact the clinic for further details.
No, you cannot come to the clinic and request medication without seeing the Medical Provider. If you are needing a medication, you must schedule an appointment to be seen. Then, the Medical Provider will decide if it is medically necessary. It is important to note that in-house medications are limited. Thus, if you are needing a medication that must be prescribed, the Medical Provider will electronically prescribe the appropriate medication post review. Please review the Clinic FAQ “What medications does the clinic not refill or prescribe?”.