UHS offers multiple services to keep UK students healthy and happy. Our board-certified physicians, nurse practitioners, counselors and staff offer their expertise in behavioral health, general health, physical wellness and women's health just to name a few. To make an appointment with a UHS provider, call 859-323-2778. Learn more about the services provided by UHS »
To be seen by a UHS provider, an appointment is required. To schedule an appointment, call 859-323-2778 (APPT)
In case of an emergency call 911.
For our clinic hours during the fall, spring and summer seasons, click here »
Consider your health care in two parts:
Continue reading to learn more about your student insurance coverage.
All students at the University of Kentucky are eligible to use the Health Service for their health care.
All University of Kentucky full-time students pay a mandatory fee as part of tuition which entitles them to most services at University Health Service at minimal cost.
Part-time students may elect to pre-pay the health fee to entitle them to receive the same covered benefits as full-time students or they may use the Health Service on a fee-for-service basis. Part-time UK students may pay the fee at the Student Billing Office in Funkhouser Building.
To learn about BCTC student coverage, minors, our billing policies and more details for UK full-time and part-time students, click here.
Students who have used University Health Service may fill prescriptions at the Student Health Pharmacy, conveniently located on the first floor of the UHS building.
University Health Service Building, Room 129 830 S. Limestone Directions »
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Monday – Friday 8 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. Closed weekends and holidays
Phone: 859-257-6451Fax: 859-323-6898Email: UHSmail@uky.edu
830 S. Limestone
University of Kentucky
Lexington, KY 40536
800-333-8874 (toll free)
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