U of I contracts with Moscow Family Medicine to provide medical services at the Student Health Clinic, 623 South Main St., on the northeast edge of campus.
The clinic offers a full range of primary and preventative care. Services are available to all students regardless of the type of health insurance coverage they choose. The clinic is a participating provider with many private health insurance programs and electronically bills most major insurance companies.
You and your dependent family member’s health care needs will be met with a full range of primary and preventative care and referral services.
- Routine office visits
- Women’s health issues and birth control
- Minor gynecological procedures
- Physical exams for travel and work
- Treatment of fractures, sprains and strains
- Removal of warts and skin tags
- Removal of skin lesions
- Basic x-ray
- Basic mental health issues
- Routine prescriptions
- Minor surgical procedures
- Allergy shots
- Treatment of minor burns, cuts and abrasions
- STD testing and counseling
Students may be treated on site or referred to an appropriate specialist, such as an orthopedist, gynecologist, dermatologist, etc.
The Student Health Clinic is a participating provider with most private health insurance programs covering U of I students, including all Blue Cross and Blue Shield programs.
Moscow Family Medicine electronically bills most major insurance companies. Insurance programs and deductibles vary.
Confirm insurance coverage with your carrier prior to receiving any service at the Student Health Clinic. Visit the Student Health Insurance site for more information on SHIP.
Before stopping in, schedule an appointment by calling 208-885-6693. Many appointments are available the same day. You must present your VandalCard at the time of each appointment.
To cancel an appointment, call 208-885-6693 prior to your scheduled time. Students who miss a scheduled appointment may be charged a $25 fee billed to the student.
Yes. Transportation from any on-campus location to and from the clinic is available through the Vandal Access Service. Call 208-596-3722, a minimum of 2 hours before you will need a ride. Return trips to campus post-appointment will be provided upon request and as soon as possible.
If at any time you are experiencing a life-threatening condition, immediately call 911 or go to the nearest emergency room.
Urgent health care needs are assessed by nursing staff on a walk-in basis. Depending on healthcare needs, one or several of the following may occur. Patients will either:
- Be seen on a priority basis by one of our healthcare providers
- Be given self-care instructions with follow-up in a few days
- Be scheduled into a future appointment
- Or be referred to a community or specialist healthcare provider
Yes. Providers are available 24 hours per day for urgent or critical health needs that do not require an emergency 911 phone call.
Call the Student Health Clinic at 208-885-6693 to be connected with our on-call physician.
Students may also visit the:
QuickCARE Walk-In Clinic
2500 W A Street | Map
Insurance may pay differently for services received off-campus and outside the Student Health Clinic.
If at any time you are experiencing a life-threatening condition, immediately call 911, or go to the nearest emergency room. There is no need to dial 8 if calling from a campus phone, simply dial 911.