Ogden Clinic Professional Center North

Ogden Clinic Student Healthcare Services

Eligible WSU students may use services from Ogden Clinic- Professional North for care with common illnesses and injuries, select lab testing, reproductive healthcare, physical exams, and more.

Ogden Clinic will do their best to confirm your eligibility and to clarify which services will and will not be covered by Weber State. As a healthcare consumer, it is important that you participate actively in decisions about the services you receive. In the event that you receive services that are not eligible for coverage by Weber State, please be aware that you will be billed, and you will be responsible for payment to Ogden Clinic.

Am I Eligible for Healthcare Services?

Ogden Clinic

Ogden Clinic - Professional Center North

801-475-3010
4650 Harrison Boulevard, Ogden, UT 84403

Please bring your W# and Wildcard to your appointment.

Ogden Clinic Hours of Operation

  • Monday-Friday: 8 a.m. - 8 p.m.
  • Weekends: 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
  • Telehealth appointments available
  • Open during summer months and during winter and spring breaks.

Get to Clinic

The Wildcat Shuttle bus service on campus provides transportation to the Dee Events Center stop, placing you within a 5-minute walk to the Ogden Clinic. Get Directions

 

Urgent Vs. Non-Urgent Needs

Family Medicine at Ogden Clinic

If your concern is not urgent, please schedule an appointment by calling 801-475-3010. Let us know you're a current Weber State student. We'll make sure you're eligible for our services.

Common non-urgent appointment types include:

  • Preventive care (including annual physical exams, sexual healthcare, etc.)
  • Maintenance of ongoing health conditions (such as allergies, asthma, blood pressure, and more)
  • Common skin conditions (like eczema, acne, and rashes)
  • Non-emergency mental health concerns
  • Minor injuries
  • Positive COVID tests? Give us a call, and the Ogden Clinic team will guide you on what to do next.

Urgent Care at Ogden Clinic

If your concern is urgent, but not life-threatening, walk-in appointments are available at Ogden Clinic - Professional Center North. You can walk into the urgent care department or make an appointment with urgent care online (note: you must check in to Professional Center North).

Common symptoms for using urgent care services include:

  • Cough and/or sore throat, including suspected strep throat
  • Cold and flu symptoms
  • Mild/moderate allergic reactions
  • Urinary Tract Infections (UTI)
  • Pink Eye (Conjunctivitis)
  • Diarrhea, nausea, vomiting, and/or stomach pain
  • Severe ear pain or infection
  • Sinus infections
  • High fever
  • Minor injuries, including sports injuries
  • Cuts, burns, scrapes, or other wounds
  • Sprains and/or suspected bone fractures
  • Severe headache or migraine

Go to Your Nearest ER

For some conditions, you must go straight to your nearest Emergency Room or call 911 for immediate help. These include:

  • Severe difficulty breathing (not including minor trouble caused by a cold)
  • Severe chest pain or pressure
  • Severe abdominal pain
  • Severe bleeding
  • Loss of consciousness
  • High fever with stiff neck
  • Confusion
  • Fainting
  • Severe allergic reactions with trouble breathing, swelling, and/or hives
  • Seizures
  • Compound fracture
  • Deep wounds or severe burns
  • Mental health crisis
  • Pain, bleeding, or abnormalities during pregnancy
  • Persistent vomiting
  • Severe head injuries
  • Traumatic injuries

Have you been sexually assaulted, physically assaulted or strangled/choked? Northern Utah Forensic Examination Center will connect you with trained nurses who can meet with you, collect evidence through a forensic exam, check for injuries, provide emergency contraception and STI preventative medication. Connect with them by contacting YCC's 24/7 hotlineSafe@Weber Advocates and/or law enforcement.

If you are experiencing suicidal thoughts, please call the Counseling and Psychological Services Center at 801-626-6406 or a 24 Hour Crisis Line if after hours.

 

Students will not be charged and insurance will not be billed for the following services:

Ogden Clinic Healthcare Services

  • Allergies 
  • Asthma 
  • Basic Sexual/Reproductive Health 
  • Common Skin Conditions (Eczema, Acne, Rashes) 
  • Chronic Health Conditions Requiring Urgent or Short-term Care 
  • Mental Health Concerns 
  • Minor Injuries 
  • Physical Exams for WSU Programs 
  • Sudden Illness (Strep, Flu, Infections) 
  • Wellness Visits (Annual Physical)

Lab Services

  • Culture (87081) or Rapid (87880) screening for strep throat
  • Basic urinalysis for urinary tract infections, blood, glucose and/or protein in the urine (81001 and/or81002)
  •  Total cholesterol (82465)
  • Rapid glucose (82947)
  • Urine pregnancy (HCG) test (81025)
  • Hematocrit Anemia screening (85014)
  • Mononucleosis blood testing (86308)
  • Influenza A and B screening (87804)
  • Wet Mount to test for certain vaginal infections (87210)

 

Visits do not include lab tests other than those listed above. If you need testing, please verify that your physician orders tests that correspond with the Current Procedural Terminology (CPT) codes as defined above. Students are responsible for payment beyond this list.

 

Additional (Cash-Pay) Services

Diagnostic Screens 

  • Chlamydia Probe Technique – $40
  • COVID Antigen - $75
  • COVID Flu A & B Combo - $100
  • COVID-19 (DNA or RNA) - $125
  • General Health Panel – $30
  • Gonorrhea – $40
  • Hemoglobin; Glycosylated (A1C) – $15
  • Hep B Titer - $20
  • Herpes Simplex, Type 2 (Genital) - $47
  • Iron – $16
  • Lipid Panel – $20
  • MMR Titer - $45
  • Pap Smear – $40
  • Thyroid Stimulating Hormone (TSH) – $20
  • TB Skin Test – $13
  • Varicella Titer - $28

Vaccinations**

  • FluMist Influenza Vaccine – $40
  • Fluzone Influenza Vaccine – $40
  • Flublok Influenza Vaccine – $98
  • HPV – $325/Dose. (Three Dose Series)
  • TDAP - $80
  • Hepatitis B: 
    • Recombivax - $107/Dose. (Three Dose Series)
    • Heplisav B- $180/Dose. (Two Dose Series)
  • Hepatitis A - $100/Dose. (Two Dose Series)
  • Hepatitis A & B Combo - $175/Dose. (Three Dose Series)
  • Meningococcal Conjugate A -$198
  • Meningococcal Serogroup B - $195

**There is an administration fee in addition to the cost of the vaccine. The administration costs $32 for the first vaccine and $18 for each additional vaccine for each visit. Prices are subject to change.

Insurance is not required, however, if you would like to provide a copy of your insurance card prior to your departure, Ogden Clinic can submit a claim to your health plan carrier on your behalf. If you have insurance, most plans cover 100% of vaccination and preventative health services. The GeoBlue International Student Health Insurance plan sponsored by WSU has limited coverage for preventative care and does not cover vaccination. If you are an international student, please verify your coverage before accessing services.

 

Health Insurance

Insurance is not required. If you have insurance, Ogden Clinic can submit a claim on your behalf for any out-of-pocket costs. Please be sure to provide a copy of your insurance card prior to leaving the clinic. Most insurance plans cover 100% of vaccination and preventative health services.

Weber State does NOT offer a student health insurance plan.

Uninsured? Learn More About How To Get Health Insurance

International Student Health Insurance*

*International Student Health Insurance has limited coverage for preventative care and does not cover vaccination. If you are an international student, please verify your coverage before accessing services.

Eligibility for Services

  • Who is eligible for services?

    Students must be currently enrolled for at least one credit hour at Weber State University, and paying student fees, to be eligible for healthcare services through Ogden Clinic. Undergraduate and graduate students are eligible for care.

  • Am I covered during mid-semester breaks?

    Yes, if you are registered for classes during that semester, you are covered during breaks. This includes fall break in October and spring break in March.

  • Am I covered between semesters?

    Yes, coverage extends between semesters if you were registered for the semester immediately prior and you are registered for classes the semester immediately following.

    • You are covered between fall and spring if you were a student during fall semester and you are registered for spring semester. 
    • You are covered between spring and summer if you were a student during spring semester and you are registered for summer semester. 
    • You are covered between summer and fall if you were a student during the summer and you are registered for fall semester.
  • When does coverage end?

    Your coverage ends:

    • On the last day of the current semester if you are not registered for the semester immediately following.
    • If you withdraw completely at any point in the current semester.
    • Upon graduation from the university.
  • What about summer?

    Summer is a full semester, not a period between semesters. As such, only students who are registered for summer classes are eligible for healthcare services during the summer. Even if you were enrolled for spring and will be taking classes in the fall, you will not qualify for healthcare services during the summer unless you are taking summer classes.  Enrollment in any summer course, including either shortened block courses or full-semester courses, makes you eligible for healthcare services throughout the entire summer semester.

  • My program requires me to have a physical exam and/or screening tests before I can start classes. Can I get them completed before the semester begins?

    Yes. Coverage begins slightly before the start of a new semester. If you are registered for classes and did not take classes the semester immediately prior, coverage begins on the following dates:

    • Spring 2024: December 18, 2023
    • Summer 2024: April 26, 2024
    • Fall 2024: Aug. 1, 2024
    • Spring 2025: December 13, 2024
  • I'm an international student and I bought the required insurance. How do I receive healthcare?

    All eligible Weber State students, including international students, can receive basic healthcare services at Ogden Clinic. Provide your insurance card to the reception staff so that any services beyond those covered by Weber State can be billed according to your insurance plan. If international students are not registered for summer semester, they may not receive healthcare over summer. See "what about summer" for details.

    Please be aware that the GeoBlue health plan for international students does not cover preventive healthcare, including vaccinations. If you need vaccinations for your program of study, you will need to pay for them out of pocket. While WSU has negotiated contracted rates for many vaccines through Ogden Clinic, less expensive options may be available within the community. We highly recommend comparing prices through the Weber-Morgan Health Department and local pharmacies before obtaining vaccinations.

  • Who is NOT eligible for services?

    • New students who have not yet started classes at Weber State, such as incoming freshmen or transfer students who have not yet started classes.
      • An exception is made for those starting in fall semester, as they are eligible for services beginning August 1 or the first business day after August 1. 
      • Those starting in spring or summer semester are eligible on the first day of that semester.  
    • Current students who are not taking classes at Weber State for the given semester. See above for information regarding breaks and periods between semesters. 
    • Students who have graduated. Healthcare coverage ends on the last day of your final semester.
    • Students who have withdrawn completely from the semester.
    • Salaried employees of WSU, regardless of student status.
    • Students’ spouses and dependents. 
    • Concurrent enrollment students who are not paying student fees.
    • Lifelong learners.
    • Individuals taking Community Education coursework only.
    • Students who are enrolled in partnership programs, such as the Practical Nursing program through OWATC.

Student Medical Records

If you have previously received services through the Weber State Student Health Center and would like to request a copy of your records, we’re happy to help!

Records must be picked up in person, by appointment only. Please bring a valid ID with you to verify your identity.

Pharmacy Records

If you had active prescription refills at the Student Health Center and did not contact the pharmacy to have them transferred, your prescription was automatically transferred to the CVS Pharmacy located at 4240 Harrison Blvd, Ogden, UT 84408. You may contact them at 801-621-2610. Student Health and Wellness cannot assist you with issuing refills or transferring prescriptions to another pharmacy.

A pharmacy is located on-site at Ogden Clinic, though WSU does not cover prescription costs.

Prescription Resources