For the latest information about UW-Stout and the COVID-19 situation, please visit: https://www.uwstout.edu/coronavirus
UW-Stout Student Health Services will remain open as classes move to an alternative delivery modality beginning March 23. As a matter of safety, we ask that if students/patients are sick they CALL 715-232-1314 prior to coming to the Health Center.
If you are exhibiting symptoms, such as coughing, fever or sneezing when you arrive for your appointment, you may be asked to reschedule, speak to a health care provider by phone or schedule a tele-health visit.
For current students/patients:
- If you are on campus, you can keep your scheduled appointment as long as you are feeling well
- If you plan on leaving the area and/or have left the area, and have an upcoming appointment, please call prior to the appointment to let us know
- If you have been exposed to a confirmed case of COVID-19 and/or traveled to areas designated as high or medium risk, please follow the CDC recommendations for self-isolation and call to reschedule your appointment.
- If you are not feeling well, please call to reschedule
- If you have any questions about your upcoming appointment, please call prior to appointment.
We realize these are unprecedented times. There is a great deal of uncertainty and this can cause anxiety. If you need help understanding or dealing with the feelings of the COVID-19 outbreak, please call the Counseling Center at 715-232-2468 or visit their resource page for managing stress related to COVID-19.
Please follow CDC guidelines to help protect yourself from COVID-19 including washing your hands often, covering your cough/sneeze, avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth, clean and disinfect frequently-touched surfaces daily, and practicing social distancing-avoid gatherings of 10 or more people.
Committed to promoting and maintaining a healthy campus community.
Our team of physicians, nurse practitioners, nurses, a lab technician, a psychiatrist, and student health educators encourage each individual to realize their optimal physical, emotional, intellectual and social well-being.