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An Update on Prevea’s Western Wisconsin Operation
University of Wisconsin Stout Campus

UW-Stout Student Health Services

in partnership with Prevea Health
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Enrolled students

Students are eligible for medical services if they are an enrolled UW-Stout student. Specific criteria is as follows:

Eligible students

Current students who are enrolled in the current term AND have paid segregated fees for the current term.

Ineligible students

  • Withdrawal students
  • Customized Instruction (CI) students


  • $0 per preventive care, family medicine, psychiatry and Prevea Virtual Care visit
  • $0 per lab test
  • $0 per Prevea Urgent Care visit when Student Health Services is closed; visit is billed to insurance if visit is within Student Health Services open hours. Must present UW-Stout ID at time of check-in. 
  • Services listed above are part of your student fees and will not be submitted to your medical insurance plan.
  • If labs/screenings/testing or immunizations are needed that are not covered under the UW-Stout offerings, you will be billed directly to your medical plan.
  • If pathology or radiology services are required, you will be billed directly to your medical plan.
  • If medications are provided in the clinic, the cost is due at time of service with cash, check or credit/debit/HSA card.

    Locations and hours

    Student Health Services
    103 1st Ave. West, Menomonie

    In the event of an EMERGENCY, call 911.

    For current patients with questions for your doctor, message them through MyPrevea or call (715) 232-1314.

    For new or existing patients with general questions or scheduling needs, call (715) 232-1314.

    For new patients interested in additional clinic information, fill out this form.

    Where to go when the center is closed

    Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

    Modified hours during summer and winter sessions, student breaks and holidays

    • Monday, 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
    • Wednesday, 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
    • Friday, 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

    Psychiatry services 8:45 a.m. to 12:45 p.m. two days each month


    • Physical exams
    • Sports and camp physicals
    • Immunizations
    • Flu shots
    • Health screenings
      • Cholesterol screenings
      • Depression/anxiety screenings
      • Diabetes screenings
      • Skin screenings
    • Nicotine cessation counseling and treatment
    • Wellness physicals
    • Acute care such as allergies, bites and stings, burns and sunburn, coughs and colds, ear pain, flu, headache, injuries/non-surgical fracture and musculoskeletal care, laceration evaluations, pink eye/stye, sinus infections, skin infections, sore throats, UTI/bladder infection
    • Routine medical care including medication management
    • Chronic disease management for high blood pressure and cholesterol, hyperlipidemia, diabetes, dyslipidemia, COPD, asthma, thyroid problems
    • Minor office procedures such as skin lesion removal/biopsy, stitches
    • Birth control options such as intrauterine device (IUD), Nexplanon®, Depo-Provera® injection and medications
    • Transgender care
    • Nicotine cessation
    • Basic mental health including anxiety and depression
    • Rapid screen diagnostic tests such as rapid strep, urinalysis, pregnancy, mononucleosis and blood glucose
    • Routine medical labs including sexually transmitted disease (STI) testing

    Outside labs are accepted.

    • Prescriptions for medications
    • Certain medications available directly at the clinic

    Meet the providers



    Urgent Care

    We know that illnesses and injuries don’t always occur when the Student Health Services is open. For those times, Prevea Health offers an option for affordable health care at one of your local Prevea Urgent Care locations. The visit is at no charge when Student Health Services is closed; must present UW-Stout ID at time of check in. If radiology or pathology services are required, those will be billed directly to your medical plan.



    MyPrevea, the online gateway to your medical record, empowers you with secure access to your health care information from any computer or via the MyPrevea app, anytime. From MyPrevea, you can request prescription refills and exchange secure messages with your health care team.


    Virtual Care

    Prevea Virtual Care is an easy way to be diagnosed and treated for common conditions. With Prevea Virtual Care, you can get care on your schedule for most common conditions. No appointment needed.


    Prevea Care After Hours

    Prevea Care After Hours offers a free, convenient way for Prevea patients to seek medical advice 24/7, whether it be an injury, illness or medical question.

    call (888) 277-3832

    Medical specialists for more advanced care

    In the event you may need more specialized care, you may be referred to a medical specialist to care for your health care needs.

    medical specialties

    Stay on top of your health

    By taking a balanced (or proactive) approach to food, fitness, emotional wellness and preventative care, it’s easy to get healthy and stay healthy.

    wellness resources

    Health and Wellness Center FAQs

    Yes. Upon entering the center, you will be asked for a form of identification, such as your student ID or a driver’s license.
    No. Your health care information is protected under the federal HIPAA patient privacy rules and standards. Parents will only know of services provided if the services are billed to insurance and the student is on the parent’s insurance policy. Any services provided at no cost or paid at time of service will not be submitted to insurance.
    Yes. If you have a lab order from another provider, we can perform a blood draw and/or collection and send it to the lab for testing and processing. There is no cost for lab services completed at the center.
    If you are a Prevea patient, your medical records will automatically be available to your provider through EPIC, the electronic medical record. Many local health systems now use EPIC. There is a function in EPIC known as “Care Everywhere” that, with your permission, will allow other providers to access your medical record within other health systems that use EPIC. Otherwise, records can be faxed to your provider via confidential fax lines.
    The center is a convenient and cost-effective option and a benefit to you. Which care provider you decide to see is 100% your choice.
    Yes. The providers at the center will communicate, upon request, about all services including lab work to your primary care provider. If additional follow up is needed, Prevea will refer you to your system of choice.
    Prevea has an electronic medical record at the center. Any service provided by the providers will automatically be communicated to your primary care provider through the electronic medical record.

    You may be referred to another provider for services; as a result, that provider’s care will be charged to your insurance.

    No. Your health care information is protected under the federal HIPAA patient privacy rules and standards.
    No. Schools do not have access to your medical records. The center is operated by Prevea Health employees and is in full regulatory compliance with HIPAA.
    Yes. You still need insurance because the center covers a limited number of services. You still need insurance for medical procedures not available at the center, such as X-rays or catastrophic events.