Student Health Service launches pilot health-care clinic on Minneapolis campus
By Madonna McDermott, director
UST Student Health Service and Wellness Center
A new health care option is now available to all UST students, faculty and staff. Student Health Service has launched a pilot health care clinic on the Minneapolis campus with plans for expanding hours in the fall if the pilot proves successful.
The clinic – Quick Clinic – is based on the "retail" clinic care-delivery model, offering brief visits with a board-certified nurse practitioner or a physician to diagnose and treat common illnesses. No appointment or referral is required. Visits generally take about 15 minutes.
The UST Quick Clinic is designed to provide basic, routine, limited health care focusing on quality, convenience and cost-effective care. The most frequently prescribed prescription drugs also will be available in the clinic.
The UST Quick Clinic is not intended to meet every health care need, but rather to offer a low-cost, convenient option to addressing common health care needs of our community.
Terrence Murphy Hall (TMH), Room LL01
3-7 p.m. Tuesdays and Wednesdays
$59 -$69 for most services billable to insurance company with remaining balance billed to student, faculty or staff member.
(651) 962-6750 (for general questions)
(651) 962-4750 Minneapolis Quick Clinic