About Us

We're here to provide optimum health care to every student, faculty and staff at UTC.

Our staff of nurse practitioners provides services including visits for acute and chronic illnesses, physical exams, screenings, immunizations, lab services, TB skin testing and allergy shots.

Students are not charged for office visits. Minimal fees for services such as laboratory tests and immunizations may apply. Office appointments are required. There is no walk-in availability at this time.

We also encourage all students to carry personal health insurance, either through your family health plan or by enrolling in the UT Student Health Insurance Program, an affordable health care coverage plan.

Let us know if you need any type of accommodations before or during your appointment and we'll do our best to provide you with proper access to all of our services.


COVID-19 Testing

University Health Services is here to help with your COVID-19 questions and testing needs.

Spring 2021 COVID-19 Move-In Testing
COVID-19 Testing

Flu Vaccine Mandate

University Health Services will be leading the effort to support the new UT System emergency resolution regarding the flu and COVID-19 vaccines.

Flu Vaccine Clinic location and times posted. Click here.

Walk-ins Welcome!

Flu Vaccine Mandate


To support safety initiatives, maintain social distancing, and decrease congregating in groups, currently University Health Services is operating primarily in a remote capacity and seeing patients by telehealth except for COVID-related visits.

If you have immunization questions, health concerns, need to be seen by a provider, or have any other clinic-related questions, please call us at 423-425-2266 Monday - Friday between the hours of 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM.

For information on the Flu Vaccine, click here.

The clinic will be closed from December 21 through December 25 as well as January 1.

If you are experiencing an urgent or emergent medical event, please call 9-1-1 or go to your nearest emergency room.

If you are experiencing fever, cough, shortness of breath, difficulty breathing, or think you may have been exposed to COVID-19, please tell the attendant these details when you call.

For the most current UTC updates on COVID-19, follow https://blog.utc.edu/coronavirus/

A Click Away

Access immunizations information, view and submit health forms for your appointment, retrieve secure messaging and access clinic charge statements.

You will be prompted to log in through your My MocsNet account and then taken to the Medicat Patient Portal.

Medicat Patient Portal

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We’ll treat your cold, give you a wellness or physical exam, provide allergy shots, physical therapy and so much more.

Our office is open Monday - Friday. Call to schedule your appointment at 423-425-2266.

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International Students

All international students at UTC must have health insurance to be protected against any potential health care costs during your time here.


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Student Health Insurance

UnitedHealthcare Student Resources is your student insurance option at UTC.

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Local Broker: The Hildreth Agency

  • 865-691-4652
  • 800-874-0831
  • 10259 Kingston Pike Knoxville, TN 37922
  • Fax: 865-694-0362

Online Account

Log in to your personal account to download or print an ID card.

Online accounts provide access to correspondence with the company, claims information and doctor/hospital searches.


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Health Science Program Requirements

If you are enrolled in a Health Science Program, you have additional requirements that must be met.

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The mission of UTC UHS is to deliver high quality healthcare that is holistic in nature and easily accessible for all UTC students. We are committed to meeting the health service needs of our diverse student & staff population while treating each individual with dignity. Delivery of care will be a collaboration between the health care provider and patient-one that is built on trust and mutual understanding.