The mission of the Campus Health Center is to enrich the academic experience and to support student retention by providing quality medical care that is accessible and affordable to the campus community.
To book an appointment with Campus Health, please call 402-354-7211 or 402-354-7260.
There is no provider after hours or on weekends. If you need to be seen at a later time, leave a message at (402) 354-7211 or 402-354-7260. You will receive a call back to schedule a visit. If you have an emergency, call 911 or go to the nearest urgent care center or emergency room for treatment.
The nearest emergency room location is:
8303 Dodge St.
Omaha NE 68114
The nearest Methodist Physicians Clinic Urgent Care location is:
10710 Fort St.
Omaha NE 68134
Open weeknights from 6 -10 p.m.
Weekends & holidays from noon - 6 p.m.
Campus health can diagnose and treat acute illnesses, infections and injuries, such as:
- Strep throat
- Musculoskeletal complaints
- Mental health concerns
Other services available:
- Women's health, including Pap testing
- STI testing
- Pregnancy testing
- Lab work, including CBC, mono, cholesterol, etc.
- Work physicals
The Campus Health Center does not issue routine medical excuses. Verification may be provided that a student was seen in the Campus Health Center; however, this is not proof that a student was too ill to participate in classroom activities.
Campus Health Fee
Health services are available to all currently enrolled undergraduate and certificate students. Students who do not pay the semester/term fee (online, nursing assistant and phlebotomy students) may access services; however, they will be charged for the office visit and any subsequent services.
The fee covers many, but not all, of the services provided at the Campus Health Center. Students may see the physician assistant for free and can also receive in-stock over-the-counter medication at no cost. A minimal charge will be assessed for laboratory tests, diagnostic tests, required and requested immunizations and any services delivered off of the NMC campus.
A variety of medications are available to students at no charge. They are for treating common problems, such as headaches, cold and flu, cough, upset stomach or diarrhea.
Immunization Records Request
Please download, complete and sign the form below, then fax, mail or bring it to the Campus Health Center. Allow 48-72 hours for processing.
Frequently Asked Questions
Do I need to make an appointment?
Appointments should be made for all health needs. A limited number of walk-in slots may be available for ill visits.
Please call 402-354-7211 or 402-354-7260 for appointments Monday through Friday.
There is no provider after hours or on weekends. If you need to be seen at a later time, leave a message at 402-354-7211. You will receive a call back to schedule a visit. If you have an emergency, call 911 or go to the nearest urgent care center or emergency room for treatment.
What types of services can I receive at the Campus Health Center?
You can expect most of the same types of services you would get from your primary care provider. We have a nurse practitioner on staff that can diagnose and treat acute illnesses, infections and injuries, as well as prescribe medications when needed. Campus Health also provides annual women's exams, including physicals and Pap smears.
Is there a charge for services?
Office visits, as well as your annual TB skin test and flu shot, are free. Many in-house diagnostic tests are also included. Additionally, there is an abundance of over-the-counter medications available to you at no cost. Minimal charges may be assessed for some laboratory tests, required and requested immunizations and any services delivered outside the NMC campus. Charges may be put on your student account or you can pay by cash, check or credit card.
Will NMC file my health insurance claim for me?
All students are welcome to use Campus Health Services, regardless of their insurance plan. The College does not process outside insurance claims for students; however, we will provide the necessary documentation of services for the student to submit to their insurance company.
Why would I use these services if I have my own doctor and/or health insurance?
Most insurance plans have a co-pay of at least $20 per visit. The Student Health Center doesn't charge for office visits - you only pay if you receive specific services, such as vaccinations, lab tests, etc. If you visit the Health Center more than twice in a semester, your savings outweigh the fee.
What if I can't find my immunization records?
If your doctor's office doesn't have your records, try your high school and/or previous college. If the records aren't available, you may need to be re-vaccinated or get a blood test to prove immunity. All required shots and/or blood tests are available at the Campus Health Center.