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Medical Care

We provide medical evaluations for minor injuries or illnesses. Our team is staffed with licensed medical professionals to treat common medical problems. We offer personalized health care for current-registered students. Our medical services include:

  • General Medical Care

  • Immunizations - Flu, Tetanus, Diphtheria, Pertussis (Tdap) and Meningitis only

  • Laboratory

  • Women's Health Services


Schedule online via our Patient Portal. Your UTSA ID card is required for all visits. Until further notice, we are conducting telemedicine visits only and in-person visits at the discretion of the physician or physician assistant  


There is no cost to see a medical provider. Patients are responsible for costs associated with medical services, prescriptions, lab work, immunizations, some procedures and materials for programs.

A review of itemized charges may be reviewed with nurse or provider at the time of visit.

Student Health Insurance

The UT System has student health insurance available for purchase for currently enrolled students. Please refer to the Student Health Insurance for enrollment, plan information and cost. The student health insurance increases health care services and coverage to include urgent care, specialists, hospital care and wellness programs at a variety of in-network locations in San Antonio.

After Hours

If medical attention is needed after clinic hours, please refer to the Resource Page link for Urgent Care, hospitals and Emergency Room locations.

Medical Emergencies

For emergencies on campus or in residence halls, call (210) 458-4911 or 4911 from a UTSA system phone. If there is an off campus emergency, call 911. The UTSA Police are first responders to emergency situations and will provide immediate assistance.