University Health Center

About Us

Obtaining Services

 All registered University of Toledo students are eligible to obtain services at Main Campus Medical Center.

Main Campus Medical Center schedules both Telehealth and in person provider appointments. Appointments are required to minimize your wait time and, and to coordinate with our provider’s availability. Walk-in appointments are not permitted at Main Campus Medical Center.

To schedule you must have a valid student UT Rocket ID card, a copy of your insurance information, a credit/debit card will be needed for required insurance co-pays. Please have a list of your current medications you are taking if applicable.

About us

Main Campus Medical Center is located at University Health Center on the Southwest side of Campus between the Law Center and Rocket Hall, it is directly across from Academic House. On the Campus map it is labeled Student Health Services (HC).


Main Campus Medical Center
1735 West Rocket Dr.
Entrance # 3
Toledo, Ohio 43606

Mailing Address

2801 W. Bancroft St.
Toledo, OH 43606
Mail stop 513

Hours of Operation

Monday-Thursday 1:00 pm-5:00 pm
Friday closed

Main Campus Medical Center is closed during summer session and all UT academic breaks. Please refer to the UT academic calendar for dates.

Contact us:

Appointments - 419.530.3451

UT Pharmacy at University Health Center - 419.530.3479

Medical Staff

Professional services at Main Campus Medical Center are provided by the Family Medicine Department of University of Toledo Physicians group (UTP).

Clinic Services

Acute illness care
Physical examinations
Sports physicals
Specialist referrals
Program pre-matriculation health requirements
Prescription medications
Women’s health care
Contraceptive care
HIV testing/counseling
Allergy injections
TB/QFT testing and follow up care
Occupational exposure/follow-up care


Here at Main Campus Medical Center your privacy is of our utmost concern. When you turn 18 years old the medical profession has a legal and ethical responsibility to protect your privacy. This means that every visit to our office is strictly confidential and information about your visit will not be released to anyone without your written permission. Records are not released except when required by law or matters of public health.

Acknowledgement of Privacy Practices and the Confidential Communications Form will be given to you to designate access or refusal at your first visit and are updated once yearly. For more information on HIPAA and your rights please visit the University of Toledo’s website at:

Patient Rights

The University of Toledo Main Campus Medical Center is dedicated to caring for each person with respect and dignity. We consider you a partner who wants to understand and make informed decisions about your health care. Patient outcomes and participation improve if you know your rights and responsibilities.

You have the right to reasonable access to treatment that is available and medically indicated regardless of age, race, ethnicity, religion, culture, language, physical or mental disability, socioeconomic status, sex, sexual orientation, and gender identity or expression.

Our staff is committed to health care equality. You have the right to considerate care that respects your cultural and personal values, beliefs and preferences.

Patient Responsibilities

You have the responsibility to provide accurate and complete information regarding your health history along with insurance and third-party payer information.

Satisfy financial obligations for health services provided.

Keep scheduled appointments or cancel them in advance.

Follow medical instructions and discuss changes or concerns about your ability to comply and to ask questions if you do not understand information about your care. Accept the consequences of your action if you refuse treatment or do not follow instructions.

Act in a considerate and cooperative manner and respect the rights and property of others and to follow the rules and regulations of the health-care facility.

A written copy of all your patient rights and responsibilities can be obtained at check in or any time during your appointment upon request. You may also view the UTMC Patient rights and Responsibilities.

Fees and Payment

Fees are assessed for office visits, and services provided on site such as point of care testing, lab draws, procedures and medication supplies. The student’s insurance will be billed, third party billing is provided. Co-pays are collected at time of service.   

Please note: Main Campus Medical Center does not have laboratory specimen processing or radiology on site, separate fees will be assessed by the facility where those services are performed.

Student insurance holders are responsible for understanding and following the terms of their selected insurance health plan. Be sure to know your benefits, co-pay requirements, obtain proper authorization for service when required and to submit referral or claims forms if necessary.

 **Please note: For services rendered at all student health locations co-pays will be collected at time of service.

Pre-matriculation requirements are billed to student’s insurance at time of service.

For questions regarding the UT student insurance plan you may email at:, call 419.530.3474, or visit their webpage:

For billing generated by University of Toledo Medical Center please call 419.383.7197 or Patient Financial Services at 419.383.7400 or visit their webpage at

After hours care

The department of Family Medicine provides after hours and Saturday appointments at their location at the Comprehensive Care Center (CCC) near the Health Science Campus.

Comprehensive Care Center

3333 Glendale Ave., Toledo, OH 43614
For more information please visit the UT Family Medicine website.

Upon request the clinic can provide a list of urgent care centers near campus.

Emergency Medical Care

Life threatening emergencies
CALL Campus police at 419-530-2600

Emergent Medical Services near campus can be obtained at:
University of Toledo Medical Center
3000 Arlington Ave.
Toledo, Ohio 43614

Other important health services:
Poison Control Center – 800-222-1222
Rescue Crisis Mental Health – 419-255-9585

Mental Health

The Counseling Center is the University's primary facility for personal counseling, psychotherapy, and psychological outreach and consultation services. Services are located within the University Health Center building. To learn more about services offered or obtain an appointment you may call University Counseling Center at 419-530-2426 or visit their website at:

Last Updated: 8/24/20