Affordable supplies and services
Student Health Service works hard to keep prices affordable for students. Most office visits are provided with no out-of-pocket charge as appointments are primarily funded by the student segregated fee. This charge is included in each student's tuition bill, and only students currently enrolled in classes at UW-Eau Claire are eligible to receive health services. An exception is made for students who are not enrolled for classes during the summer session but who will be in Fall classes — they may use the services at the clinic but will pay a $10 fee for office visits.
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NOTE: Student Health Service does not have medical items & medications for purchase without first being consulted by a clinician or nurse.*
Local pharmacy and health supplies stores
See this list put together by our clinicians: Suggested Supplies and Medications for Students
If you need over the counter medications or supplies, please visit the nearest pharmacy or store that sells health supplies.
Pharmacy/health supplies stores near the dorms:
Other Pharmacy/health supplies stores in Eau Claire:
CVS: Hastings WayWalgreens: Hastings WayCVS: Target StoreWalmart: Eau Claire
Below is a list of tests, examinations, etc., that you can schedule at the clinic. If there is a fee for the service, you will find it in the list lower on this page.
General Medical Evaluation for Acute Illness and Injuries
We diagnosis and treat:
- Respiratory problems and infections
- Eye, ear, nose, and throat problems
- Skin rashes and acne
- Bladder and kidney infections
- Stomach/abdominal pain and diarrhea
We offer a wide range of mental health-related services including initial mental health evaluations, ongoing care and evaluation, medication initiation and management, and facilitation of as related-campus services like counseling, Dean of Students office, Services for Students with Disabilities.
Service include treatment of:
- Mood Disorders including Depression
- Eating Disorders
- Panic Attacks
Take Kognito - An interactive role-play simulation for students that builds awareness, knowledge, and skills about mental health and suicide prevention, and prepares users to lead real-life conversations with fellow students in distress and connect them with support.
- Pelvic exams
- Testicular exams
- PAP smears
- Hernia exams
- Breast exams
- Evaluation of menstrual irregularities and/or pain
- Diagnosis and treatment of yeast infections and other vaginal infections
- Contraceptive information, exams, & counseling
- Diagnosis and treatment of sexually transmitted infections (STI's)
- Pregnancy tests & counseling
- Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis for HIV (PrEP) Consultation
- Free gc2b chest binders (available in the Campus Closet Brewer Hall rm 271)
- Gender affirming hormone therapy
Most commonly we perform these types of physical exams:
- Police Academy
- Post Office
- Peace Corps
If you have a question about a certain type of physical exam or the cost please give us a call at 715-836-4311 for more information.
You can purchase the following contraceptives* at Student Health Service. We provide counseling and education for each option.
- Hormonal methods of contraception
- Oral contraceptive pills available at SHS
- The patch and ring (prescription can be written)
- Depo Provera
- Intrauterine Devices (IUDs) - Kyleena, Mirena
- Can now be done at Student Health Service with active Family Planning Only Services Plan
- Emergency Contraception
*External Condoms are provided for free at Student Health Service or the Office of Health Promotion (Schofield 26)
*Some contraceptives may be covered at no cost to students under the Family Planning Only Services program. Please go to the FPOS webpage or review the information on the Insurance tab.
If you need to purchase birth control pills or receive a Depo Provera injection at Student Health Service and you received a contraceptive exam elsewhere, you will need to have the doctor or nurse practitioner who performed your exam complete a Contraceptive Approval Form.
Sexually Transmitted Infection (STI) Screening
We perform the following STI tests:
- Hepatitis B
The following sexual health supplies are available for free at Student Health Service and the Office of Health Promotion (Schofield 26)
- External Condoms (available at both)
- Dental Dams (available at the Office of Health Promotion)
- Internal Condoms (call the Office of Health Promotion [715-839-5110] to see if they are available)
We provide consultations for study abroad students or students taking trips to foreign countries. This consists of travel precautions specific to the country of travel, immunization recommendations and prescribing of prophylactic medications if needed. Forms for medical approval to travel can be completed during the visit as well.
For more information on Travel - check out our Wellness Resources page under Travel Health.
Call us today at 715-836-5360 to set up a Travel consult with one of the MD/PA/NP's at Student Health Service.
Minor Surgical Procedures
We perform many common minor surgical procedures such as:
- Minor suturing of lacerations
- Mole removal
- Ingrown toenail removal
- Abscess drainage
Gender Affirming Hormone Therapy
- Hormone injections
Our staff is available to help you quit smoking or using other tobacco products. We will help you make a personalized quit plan (including medications as appropriate) and follow up on your progress.
Immunizations and Allergy Shots
- Tetanus/diphtheria (Tdap & Td)
- Influenza vaccine (usually available starting in September)
- HPV vaccine
- PPD for TB testing
- Allergy shots ordered by your allergist
Laboratory tests performed at our clinic:
- Urinalysis and urine culture
- Complete blood count (CBC)
- Mononucleosis test
- Hemoglobin and hematocrit tests for anemia
- Strep throat tests
- Blood sugar
- Yeast and bacterial vaginosis infection tests
- Urine pregnancy tests
Other lab tests are sent out to a reference lab for variable fees.
Below you will find the out-of-pocket charges that students can expect to pay for some visit types, lab work, medicine, procedures and supplies.
Procedures & Lab Tests
We are currently in the process of switching labs. The below-listed prices may change with our new lab.
|Excision, benign lesion||$30-$50|
|Foreign body removal (skin)||$30-$50|
|Minor surgical procedures||$30-$50|
|Partial toenail Removal||$50|
|In-house lab (per test)||$15|
|STI — chlamydia||$10|
|STI — gonorrhea||$10|
|STI — combo CT/GC||$20|
|Rapid Influenza (Flu)||$10|
Blood Titers (Immunity Status)
Immunizations & Other Injections
|PPD skin test||$15|
|Flu vaccine [FREE] to students||$20 to Staff|
|HPV-Gardasil (per dose)||$210|
|Td (tetanus & diphtheria)||$30|
|Tdap (tetanus, diphtheria, pertussis)||$40|
|Allergy shots — semester||$100|
|Allergy shots — summer||$50|
Contraceptive Services & Supplies
|ECP (Plan B)||Free|
|Oral Contraceptive Pills||$18/cycle|
|Nexplanon removal ONLY(not on Family Planning Waiver)||$95|
|IUD removal ONLY (not on Family Planning Waiver)||$60|
**Please contact SHS to discuss cost and availability.
Physicals and Consultations
|Physicals (includes: employment, travel, sport)||$20|
Mental Health Initial Consult (no-show fee: $10)
Initial Transgender Care Consult