Eligibility to use UHS
Eligibility is defined as currently enrolled fee paying students at OSU Stillwater. Any questions about student eligibility and UHS should be directed to the UHS Business Office.
University Health Services is funded by student fees and charges for services. The health fee is assessed with other university fees on a per credit hour basis. As such, any student enrolled in at least one credit hour is eligible for services at UHS. In addition to the student fee mentioned above, there are charges for services provided including a per visit charge for a physician visit. Fees for lab, x-ray and pharmacy depend on the nature of that service. You have the right to know what those charges are prior to receiving care. Payment for services at University Health Services can be made by cash, check or Bursar charge. The Insurance Office can assist with filing claims for insurance reimbursement. All claims for insurance reimbursement will also be charged to your Bursar account. Upon receipt of payment, your Bursar account will be credited. You are responsible for deductibles, co-pays and non allowed charges as defined by your insurance plan. Any special payment requirements must be arranged through the Bursar and as allowed by University Policy. For more information you can call the Business Office at (405)744-7013.
Medical Requirements & Recommendations to Attend OSU
The University has requirements for new students to provide health and immunization information.
The State of Oklahoma has enacted immunization requirements for college and university students. To learn more about the Measles, Mumps, Rubella and Hepatitis B requirement, click here.
To learn more about the Meningococcal vaccine requirement, click here
If you need a Health History/Immunization form please click here.
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If you need a Medical Records Release form click here.
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For information on Oklahoma State University's bus routes please click here
Patient Rights and Privacy
UHS patients have the responsibility to:
- 1. Be treated with respect, consideration and dignity.
- 2. Be provided appropriate privacy.
- 3. Confidentiality of records. Patients are given the opportunity to approve or refuse release of their medical information.
- 4. Clear explanations about their condition, any proposed procedure, any risk of mortality, serious side effects and recuperation problems.
- 5. Clear explanations of their diagnosis, prognosis and method(s) of treatment and alternatives in care and treatment.
- 6. Refuse treatment or any procedure, seek a second opinion within the UHS, or outside the UHS at their own expense.
- 7. Treatment by the UHS provider of their choice, or to change health care providers at the UHS.
- 8. To be informed of fees for service or procedures provided, and to receive a copy of their UHS bill.
- 9. Address any grievance to the Administration of the UHS.
- 10. Expect marketing or advertising regarding the competence and capabilities of UHS that are not misleading.
- 11. UHS will respect any advance directive in which it is informed and to provide information and assistance in the creation of an advance directive.
- 12. A copy of this statement of rights and responsibilities.
- 1.Provide accurate information relating to their health, medications and dietary supplements.
- 2.Cooperate, participate and follow the treatment plan recommended by UHS physicians and other health providers.
- 3.Accept personal responsibility if they refuse treatment.
- 4.Abide by the UHS rules, regulations and policies.
- 5.Accept financial responsibility for services received.
- 6.Respect the rights of other patients and UHS personnel.
- 7.As necessary arrange for personal transport and assistance if required by the medical provider.
- 8.Inform the UHS medical provider of any living will, medical power of attorney or other directive that could affect care.