The Main Campus Medical Center (MCMC) is conveniently located on the southwest side of Campus between the Law School and Rocket Hall, and across from Academic House and International House.
Student Clinic Hours: 8:15 a.m. - 9:00 p.m. Monday - Thursday, Friday 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
(Note: evening hours from 5:00 - 9:00 will not be observed during academic breaks or Summer Semester)
Employee Clinic Hours: 8:15 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Monday - Thursday, Friday 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Phones are answered beginning at 8:30 a.m. through the end of business hours and 9:00 a.m. thru 5:00 p.m. on Friday's.
Appointments (Students)/General Information - (419) 530-3451
Appointments (Employees) - (419) 530-3581
Pharmacy - (419) 530-3471
UT Student Health Insurance - (419) 530-3474
Administrative Offices - (419) 530-3479
Eligibility for Use
Students who are registered for at least one semester hour are eligible to utilize services at the MCMC. If you are a student, but are not currently registered, please call (419) 530-3451 for information.
Faculty/Staff may also utilize services at the MCMC for acute illnesses/injuries. Services, such as nursing visits for blood pressure checks, as ordered by the staff member's physician, are available at no charge.
Fees and Fee Payment
Students: A fee is assessed for office visits. Fees are also assessed for certain services, procedures, laboratory work, and prescription supplies. For those students with insurance, third party billing is provided. For students without insurance, payment options include cash, checks, MasterCard, VISA, or Discover. The pharmacy also accepts a variety of prescription drug cards.
Employees: An office visit fee is not assessed. Fees will be assessed for services, such as laboratory testing and injections/immunizations that are not work-related.
Who to Call After Hours
In the event that you need medical assistance and the MCMC is closed, please refer to the following:
Campus Police - (419) 530-2600 (all life-threatening emergencies on-campus)
All life-threatening emergencies off-campus - 9-1-1
Poison Control Center - (419) 383-3897
Rescue Crisis Mental Health Services - (419) 255-9585
Emergency medical care can be obtained close to campus at the following locations.
UT Medical Center
3000 Arlington Ave.
Toledo, OH 43614
If you are insured under UT's student health insurance plan, please review the following procedure when MCMC is closed and the condition is a medical emergency.
If a UT student health-insuranced student/dependent must use a hospital emergency room, there is a $150 co-pay. If using UTMC, eligible benefits are paid at 100% after the $150 co-pay . At other emergency rooms in network, eligible benefits will be paid at 80% after the $150 co-pay. All co-pays are waived if the patient is admitted.
- You will be treated with respect, consideration and dignity.
- You will be provided appropriate privacy.
- Your records are treated confidentially, and, except when required by law, you will be given the opportunity to approve or refuse their release
- You will be provided, to the degree known, complete information concerning your diagnosis, evaluation, treatment, and prognosis. When it is medically inadvisable to give such information to you, the information is provided to a person designated by you or to a legally authorized person.
- You will be given the opportunity to participate in decisions involving your health care, except when such participation is contraindicated for medical reasons.
- The following is available upon request:
- Provisions for after-hours and emergency care
- Patient rights and conduct
- Fees for services
- Payment policies
- Methods for expressing grievances and suggestions
- You will be informed of your right to change primary or specialty physicians if other qualified physicians are available.
- Marketing or advertising regarding the competence and capabilities of the organization is not misleading to patients.
Patients are required to behave appropriately and in accordance with University and MCMC policy. Reasons for discharging a patient/client from the MCMC practice include, but are not limited to:
- Verbal or physical abusive behavior by the patient.
- Patient/client making sexual overtones to a provider.
- Forging medical (counseling) and administrative documents or forging prescriptions.
- Attempted or successful theft of equipment or a staff member's personal possessions.
- Patient/client is pursuing legal action against a provider or the facility.
- Non-compliance with a medical regimen/treatment plan which puts the patient/client's health, well-being, or longevity at risk.
- Complexity of patient/client's diagnosis exceeds the skill level of the provider's ability to treat.
- Other contentious conflict situations with a patient/client.