The mission of the University of Nevada, Reno Student Health Center is to provide high quality and accessible health care and education to our diverse student community and to promote life-long physical and emotional well-being. We are dedicated to providing a safe and welcoming environment by delivering care through a culture of kindness, inclusion and respect.
Our providers include board certified physicians, nurse practitioners and physician assistants. Our administrative and clinical staff are here to support your health, well-being and success during your time at the University of Nevada, Reno.
We provide a wide range of medical services for our students such as primary and urgent care, reproductive and sexual health, sports medicine, psychiatry, immunizations and more.
While we do not accept private insurance, apart from the plan offered by the University for graduate, medical and international students, we are happy to provide you with an itemized list of charges which you may submit to your insurance for reimbursement.
Minor Consent to Treat
If you or your student will be attending the University while under the age of 18 and plan to seek care from the Student Health Center, please complete the minor consent to treat form. This form must be completed before we can provide treatment.
Patient Privacy & Rights
We believe that every patient deserves health care that is delivered with respect and confidentiality.
Our secure online patient portal hosted by Medicat allows our patients to access secure messaging, statements, lab results and new patient forms. Patients can access their account 24/7 from any computer or mobile device.
If you have any additional questions, please check our FAQ page. You may also contact our clinic at (775) 784-6598. Go Pack!
Medical Excuse Policy
The Student Health Center will not provide medical excuses for missed classes, exams, or assignments. This policy is based on our limited resources, which are better dedicated to providing health care; the inability for us to make valid determinations about illnesses or injuries students may have effectively managed through self-care; and our commitment to student privacy.
Exceptions to this policy may occur if, in the judgment of a health care provider at the Student Health Center, the student will be out of class for an extended period of time due to a serious illness or medical condition. Examples of serious illnesses or medical conditions may include but are not limited to:
- Mononucleosis, which may require bed rest and/or removal from campus
- Hospitalization and/or surgery
- Severe injury or illness requiring prolonged bed rest
- Highly contagious diseases (chicken pox, measles)
If required, proof of your visit can be printed from your Patient Portal.
This policy is consistent with the recommendations of the American College Health Association and is similar to other colleges and universities.”