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There is no additional charge for most UHS services including: medical and mental health counseling appointments, radiology,
laboratory tests, victim advocacy, and flu shots. Our services are confidential.

Student eligibility

All UW–Madison students who are enrolled for credit during a fall, spring, or summer semester and pay segregated fees are eligible to use all UHS services during that academic term.

Guest students are not eligible to use UHS because they are not enrolled for credit and do not pay segregated fees.

Confidential victim advocacy services are available during the summer term for students who plan to return to UW–Madison during the next fall semester, regardless if the UHS summer fee is paid.


UHS also provides or coordinates certain services for non-students in the following categories:

  • UW–Madison employees may receive seasonal influenza vaccinations at clinics around campus in the fall through Occupational Medicine. Proof of insurance must be provided.
  • SHIP International Scholars and SHIP spouses/partners should use UHS as described in the terms of the UW–Madison Student Health Insurance Plan (SHIP).
  • Non-students participating in couple/partner counseling with an eligible UW–Madison student.

Mental Health Services

Due to professional licensure requirements, Mental Health Services and Psychiatry providers are not able to provide counseling treatment and care to students who are physically outside of the state of Wisconsin. Read our informed participation agreement as well as informed consent for telemental health.

Eligibility dates

Fall: August 15, 2022 – January 15, 2023

Spring: January 1, 2023 – May 12, 2023

Summer: May 22, 2023 – August 31, 2023

Pay your bill

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Holds on accounts will need to be removed by UHS  staff after payment is processed, during regular business hours.

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There are charges for some UHS services including most immunizations (except free flu shots), physical therapy appointments, orthopedic equipment such as splints and braces, and third-party physicals, and certain lab work and tests connected with those physicals. UHS will bill students if payment is not made at time of service.

Short term loans may be sought by students when an unexpected life event or circumstance takes place that causes financial hardship.

SHIP members: Many immunizations and other services listed below may be fully covered for SHIP members and spouses/partners under the Student Health Insurance Plan.

Prescription medications

Students are responsible for charges for prescription medications at the pharmacy of their choice.


When students require advanced diagnostic tests, certain types of mental health treatment, or other specialty care, UHS will referral to an appropriate provider in the community. Students are responsible for all charges for such specialty care, which may qualify for full or partial coverage or reimbursement under their health insurance plans. Students are responsible for contacting their insurance carriers to determine which providers may be covered under their plans.

UW Health and UW Hospital & Clinics

University Health Services is not part of UW Health and does not have any special referral relationship with UW Hospital and Clinics. Students who are referred or transported to any hospital from our clinic, including UW Hospital, are responsible for any emergency room or hospitalization charges.

How to pay

Online with a credit card in your MyUHS account or here.

By phone, call 608-890-1991

In person at the Budget & Finance office, 333 East Campus Mall, room 8501

By check, payable to University Health Services.
Mail to: University Health Services
Budget and Finance Office, room 8501
333 East Campus Mall
Madison, WI 53715-1381

When a UHS service involves a charge, you will receive a bill (called a Statement of Service) through MyUHS; payment is due within 30 days of the service received. If payment is not received within 60 days, a hold will be put on your student records, and you will be unable to register for classes or receive transcripts until the bill is paid. The hold will be removed after we receive your payment.

Health insurance reimbursement

UHS is out-of-network for all health insurance plans except the UW-Madison Student Health Insurance Plan. UHS does not bill insurance, verify insurance coverage, or accept assignment of insurance benefits from insurance plans.

Depending on your insurance plan, you may be able to receive full or partial reimbursement for payments you have made to UHS by submitting a copy of your UHS Statement of Service to your insurance company. You are responsible for contacting your insurance carrier to determine whether UHS services are eligible for full or partial reimbursement under your plan. If you intend to seek reimbursement, we recommend you contact your insurance provider before you receive the service at UHS to ask if it will be covered.

Breakdown of Costs

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Clinic Visits

Clinic charges Student cost
Physical Therapy Initial visit: $75
Return visit: $50
Sexual Health Clinic, standard visit $0
Sexual Health Clinic, follow-up visit $0
2023 Summer Health Fee available in May 2023

Physical Exams (Third-Party Requested)

Lab tests and X-rays required to complete these physical exams are  subject to fee.

Third-Party Form Completion (no visit) $25
Third-Party Limited Physical $50
Physical Examination (third-party requested) 40-Minute Appointment $100
Physical Exams for Peace Corps (third-party requested) 60-Minute Appointment $150

Birth Control Products

Product Student cost
Nexplanon Kit $1040.75
IUD, Mirena $996.50
IUD, Skyla $831.25
IUD, ParaGard $900.25
IUD, Kyleena $912.50
IUD, Liletta $551.00
Medroxyprogesterone (generic) / IM (Depo) $45.00

Immunizations and TB skin tests

Some immunizations are given in a series of more than one injection. With documentation, students may receive one or more injections at UHS and one or more of the series elsewhere.

Immunization Doses Dosage cost Total
Hep A Vaccine42 (Havrix) 2 $77.00 $154.00
Hep B Vaccine (Heplisav) 2 $100.25 $200.50
Hep B Vaccine (Energix) 3 $64.50 $193.00
HPV Vaccine 9-valent (Gardasil) 3 $253.50 $760.50
Japanese Encephalitis Vaccine (Ixario) 2 $276 $552.00
Meningococcal Vaccine ACYW (Menactra) 1 $138.25 $138.25
Meningococcal Vaccine (Bexsero) 2 $201.75 $403.50
MMR II Vaccine (Measles, Mumps, Rubella) 2 $87.75 $175.50
Pneumococcal Vaccine 1 $108.75 $108.75
Poliovirus Vaccine, IPV (IPOL) 1 $36.25 $36.25
Quantiferon TB Gold Test (QFT) 1 $146.75 $146.75
Rabies Vaccine (Rabavert) 3 $313.75 $941.25
Rabies Immune Globulin varies by patient $640.50 varies by patient
TB Skin Test (Tubersol Test Antigen) 1 $15.00 $15.00
Td Vaccine (Tenivac) 1 $32.00 $32.00
Tdap Vaccine (Boosterix) 1 $45 $45
Typhoid Vaccine (Typhim VI), IM 1 $114 $114
Varicella Vaccine 2 $157 $314
Varicella Zoster (shingles) 1 $172.00 $172.00
Yellow Fever 1 $179.75 $179.75

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Antibody Titers

A vaccine titer is a laboratory blood test to determine whether there is a need for vaccination.

Titer Description Cost/lab
HIV 1 & 2 Antibody $59.25
Hep B Antibody $28.50
Hep B Surface Antigen $28.50
Hep C Antibody $46.00
Measles Antibody $30.50
MRSA $83.00
Mumps Antibody $31.00
Rabies Antibody – Individual $62.25
Rubella Antibody $34.00
Varicella (Chicken Pox) Antibody $13.75

Orthopedic products

Item Student cost
Ankle brace, Gel $17.00
Ankle brace – Stabilizing $17.75
Arm band $6.00
Arm sling $6.50
Cervical collar $5.25
Crutches $12.75
Knee splint 16″ (Medium) $23.50
Knee splint 20″ (Small) $21.00
Knee sleeve (XLarge) $12.75
Med / Surgical Flexible Sole Healing Shoe – all sizes $6.75
Fiberglass splint $10.75
Orthopedic walking boot (Large) $33.50
Theraband $2.50 – $5                Varies by color
Wrist splint $11.75
Wrist splint with thumb $20.50


Note: Students are not charged for X-rays that are ordered as a result of their UHS visit.

X-Ray type Student cost
Abdomen $195 (1 view)
$214 (2 views)
$255 (3 views)
Acromioclavicular $306.50 (unilateral)
$306.50 (bilateral)
Ankle $260.25 (2 views)
$270 (3 views)
Cervical spine $277.75 (2-3 views)
$422.50 (4 views)
Chest $151.75 (1 view)
$202.50 (2 views)
$340 (3 views)
Clavicle $271.25
Elbow $240 (2 views)
$281.50 (3 views)
Facial bones $343.25 (1-2 views)
$442 (3 views)
Finger $195.75 (1 view)
$205.75 (2 views)
$287 (3 views)
Forearm $237.75
Foot $281.50 (2 views)
$331.50 (3 views)
Hand $271.25 (3 views)
Heel $211.25 (1 view)
$212.85 (2 views)
Hip $287.75 (1 view)
$328 (2 views)
$450 (3 views)
Humerus $237.75
Knee $ 260.25 (2 views)
$276 (3 views)
$366.75 (4 views)
Lumbar spine $315.25 (2-3 views)
$393.25 (4 views)
Nasal bone $254 (3 views)
Orb/Skull exam prescreen MRI $223.50
Orbit $319.75
Pelvis $265.75
Sacrococcygeal $280
Sacroiliac joints $203
Scapula $232.75
Sinus $154.75 (1-2 views)
$249.75 (3 views)
Sternum $280.50
Thoracic spine $298 (2 views)
$363 (3 views)
Thoracolumbar spine $249.50
Tibia-Fibia $258.50 (2 views)
$386.50(3-4 views)
Wrist $247 (2 views)
$268 (3 views)
Toe $196.50 (2 views)
Shoulder $228.25 (2 views)
Rib unilateral $280 (2 views)

Mandible – $240.50

Hip (Bilateral w/ Pelvis) – $398.25

Environmental Health - Biological Safety

Respirator half-facepiece 3M 6100 small $13.25
Respirator half-facepiece 3M 200 medium $14
Respirator half-facepiece 3M 6300 large $14
3M P100 particulate filter $7.75
3M Mercury/vapor/cholrine/P100 filter $33.50
3M acid gas/P100 filter $26.75
3M Organic vapor/P100 filter $25.50
3M 7093/P100 hard cover filter $6.75


Phone: 608-890-1991

Staff will respond during regular business hours, 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday.