Campus Health

Your well-being and healthcare is important to us!

Campus health is a non-urgent health clinic on campus committed to providing quality health and well-being care in a compassionate environment for our students. 

Our purpose is to enhance academic excellence and support student experience by providing high-quality and accessible health and mental health care services to our students.

When Campus Health is closed, you can receive 24/7 support by accessing Virtual Care.

Services

Counseling and well-being

It’s normal to feel a range of emotions when you’re impacted by stressful events. Know you are not alone and we’re here to support you. Your well-being matter to us. Our counselors are here to provide individual counseling sessions in a compassionate, confidential and non-judgmental environment.

Workshops and health promotion

From stress reduction workshops to wellness events, and more, we're here to support your wellbeing and keep you healthy!  Our goal is to give you the tools, skills, and information you need to make informed decisions around your health and wellness in college and beyond.

Sports and orthopedic injuries

From recreational to competitive athletes, campus health offers a free consultation with a Licensed Athletic Trainer for orthopedic care to help your body move and function at its best.

Academic Absences 

When a student needs to miss class or work on campus due to health discomfort; our nurse can provide an academic absence letter to faculty and staff on behalf of the student.

Medical Records

uHealth is created for you when you submit your immunization record. You have the right to access your PHI through Patient Link.  Upload your required health and immunization records at uHealth (also located on Portal).

Location

Campus Health is located on the north side of Rees Hall, room 119 (between the Lincoln Police substation and George Stone School). Click here for a pin on Google Maps.

Hours

Office hours: Monday - Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

Nurse walk-in hours: Monday-Thursday, 1:30 - 4:30 p.m Email campushealth@ucollege.edu to schedule an appointment.

Counseling hours vary, email campushealth@ucollege.edu to schedule an appointment.

Contact

Phone extension: 402.486.2600 ext. 2079
Fax: 402.486.2564

Meet the team

Medical emergencies

LIFE-THREATENING EMERGENCIES: dial 911, then call Campus Safety at (402) 486-2911

In case of emotional distress or suicidal crisis: call 988 and then the dean on duty.

When Campus Health is closed, you can receive 24/7 support by accessing Virtual Care at  https://www.thevirtualcaregroup.com/union-college

Hospitals

BryanLGH East Emergency Department
1600 South 48th Street
Enter off 48th and Sumner Streets
(402) 481-1111

BryanLGH West Emergency Department
2300 South 16th Street
(402) 481-1111

Urgent care

MedElite Urgent Care
7129 S. 69th St., Suite #101A
Lincoln, NE
402.520.8955

Bryan Urgent Care Clinic at LifePoint
7501 S. 27th St Lincoln, NE
402.481.6343

Heartland Urgent Care
27th and Capitol Parkway
965 South 27th St. Lincoln, NE
402.477.3505

Heartland Urgent Care
Piedmont Shopping Center
1265 S. Cotner Blvd. Lincoln, NE

Physical health resources

Physical health resources on-campus

Our nurse staff is here to provide you with health information, support, and resources. Contact Sue Cole.

Physical health resources off-campus

Please be aware you need to bring your insurance card to your medical visits. You will be responsible for any deductibles or co-pay required by your insurance.

Transportation to any facility must be provided by the student or a friend. Employees of Union Adventist University may not transport students for medical care due to liability issues.

Capital Medical Clinic
4701 Normal Blvd.
Lincoln, NE 68506
402.488.5050

Bluestem Health 360 Clinic
2301 O St.
Lincoln, NE 68510
402.476.1455

Immunizations

Walgreens
2600 S 48th Street
Lincoln, NE 68506

Minute Clinic at CVS
5566 S 56th Street
Lincoln, NE 68516

Sports and orthopedic injuries

Nebraska Orthopaedic and Sports Medicine, PC
575 S. 70th St. #200
402.488.3322

Prairie Orthopaedic
4130 Pioneer Woods Dr #1
(402) 489-4700

COVID testing

Walgreens
4011 O St.
Lincoln, NE 68510
402.489.2232


Poison center

1.800.222.1222

Mental health resources

Resources available for the Union Adventist University students

Counseling: contact Ingrid DeVries.

Virtual care: Free online counseling services and on-line doctor’s visits for the students. Register here.

Active Minds is a club at Union Adventist University that focuses on breaking the stigma of mental health through peer support. Active Minds has over 550 chapters across the United States and is committed to changing the conversation on campuses about mental health.

Mental health resources off-campus

Please be aware you need to bring your insurance card for your counseling appointments. You will be responsible for any deductibles or co-pay required by your insurance.

Transportation to any facility must be provided by the student or a friend. Employees of Union Adventist University may not transport students for medical care due to liability issues.

College View Harmony Health
4719 Prescott Ave. 
402.413.9147

Lincoln Wellness Group
8101 E O Street #300
402.261.3714

Online mental health resources

Supplemental Accident Policy

All full-time students taking 12 or more credit hours are covered by a supplemental accident policy provided by Union Adventist University. This supplemental accident insurance will pay up to $5,000.00 per injury for deductibles, co-pays, and out-of-pocket expenses not covered by the student’s primary health policy. Please visit https://www.studentinsurance.com/Client/925 for forms, guides and claims.

Be sure to keep all original bills from medical providers—the insurance company wants to see the original itemized version.

  1. Submit all bills to your primary insurance company;
  2. Get an Explanation of Benefits (EOB) from the primary company;
  3. Submit the EOB with a claim form and any remaining bills to the address on the claim form.