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Services and Pricing

Student Health Services Operations

Students may use the Student Health Centers in Dahlonega or Gainesville, rather than an urgent care, primary care, or emergency facility, but they should schedule an appointment ahead of time.

Students should contact Student Health Services by email or phone before going to the Health Center, particularly if they have potential COVID-19 symptoms.

COVID-19 Testing

Student Health Services supports the basic health needs of the students of UNG and teaches prevention and self-help skills to students. 

A health professional will assess, evaluate, and treat students for minor illness and injury as well as general health maintenance. If after evaluating the student a provider feels an additional evaluation or treatment is required, the student will be referred to a local physician, hospital, or their private physician. 

All prices are subject to change. Please contact the clinic with questions or to confirm pricing.

Services Included in Your Student Health Fee

In-House Labs
  • Glucose
  • Hemoglobin
  • Strep screens
  • Mono
  • Influenza
  • Urinalysis
  • Urine pregnancy tests
Other Included Services
  • OTC medications and first aid supplies (band aids, ace wraps, bandages, etc)
  • Cryosurgery for wart treatment
  • Blood pressure checks
  • Laceration repair (sutures) & Removal of Sutures
  • Antibiotics, anti-emetics and anti-inflammatories if supplied by clinic
  • Flu Shots

Services Available at an Additional Cost


UNG Student Health Services offers a wide range of immunization services to the students. We offer the flu vaccine at no additional charge to students who have paid their health fee. All other vaccines listed are at an additional minimal charge.

Payments should be made at the Business Office by cash or check. The Business Office is located on the second floor of the Downtown Office Building on the Dahlonega Campus, and in the Administration Building on the Gainesville Campus.


Below is a comprehensive list of the immunizations that we offer as well as some general information about each. 

Vaccine Life of Immunity Dosage Cost

Hepatitis A

Lifetime Immunity

Series of 2 shots 6-12 months apart

Contact Clinic 

Hepatitis B

Unknown at this time

Series of three shots; Initial, 2 months and 6 months

Contact Clinic



1 or 2 doses from age 19. This is a booster.

Contact Clinic

TDaP Tetanus Toxoid, Reduced Diptheria Toxoid, and Acellular Pertussus Vaccine (ADACEL)

10-Year Immunity

Booster at age 19, boost with TD every 10 years

Included in Health Fee, when required for injury, or Minimum Charge if required for booster

TB Purified Protein Derivative (PPD)


One dosage

Minimum Charge

TD Tetanus and Diptheria Toxoid

10-Year Immunity

One dosage

Included in Health Fee, when required for injury, or Minimum Charge if required for booster


For a minimum charge, Student Health Services also offers titers (lab evidence that proves immunity or lack of immunity) for the following diseases:

  • Measles
  • Mumps
  • Rubella
  • Varicella (chicken pox)
  • Hepatitis B
Physical Exam

Most physical exams can be performed by clinic (Physical for nursing program, physical therapy program, military ROTC.)

  • $35.00

You must make appointment with the physician and provide necessary forms for physical.

Other physicals may be performed – please call the clinic for information and to make an appointment.

Laboratory Testing
  • Basic Labs (CBC, TSH, etc.): $5.00 - $22.00 (depending on test)
  • STD Testing: $10.00 - $26.00 (depending on test)
Medications and Specialized Care

Prescription Medications

Prescription medications can only be prescribed and delivered by the physician assistant, nurse practitioners or university physician.

A prescription can be written by the college physician or called into a local pharmacy by the physician assistant or nurse practitioners if the needed medication is not available at the clinic.

Specialized Care

When patients require more specialized care after our evaluation, they are referred to an off-campus specialist or to their personal physician based on the student's insurance policy.

Services at the Women's and Men's Health Clinic

Services Not Provided at Student Health Services

Services We Do Not Provide
  • X-rays
  • Dental exams
  • Pre-existing conditions are not treated at the clinic. The student's personal physician should monitor a pre-existing condition.
  • We cannot fill a prescription written by any other physician's office or emergency room.
  • Allergy injections are not available in the clinic. Students who are receiving desensitization injections prescribed by their physicians at home can receive their injections by an off-campus, local physician. The student must establish a patient base with that office. A list of offices is available upon request.

Clinic Information

If you are having an emergency, call 911.

To Make an Appointment:

  • Contact the clinics during regular business hours.
  • 24/7 Scheduling through the Patient Portal. (You will be able to choose your clinic location inside the Patient Portal.)


Monday - Thursday: 8:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. and 1:30 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Friday: 8:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. and 1:30 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.

Insurance Information

Students should have a copy of his or her insurance card with them. An available copy of your insurance card can be attached to your medical history form for information only. The clinic does not provide billing for insurance. The clinic does not treat auto-accidents or workman's compensation due to insurance requirements. The clinic does not fill out insurance claim forms. A school insurance policy is available for students to purchase. Contact the Business Office for more information: 706-864-1407 (Dahlonega) or 678-717-3780 (Gainesville).

Who is eligible to use Student Health Services?

All currently enrolled University of North Georgia (UNG) students who pay the student health fee are eligible for care at Student Health Services.

The health fee is not mandatory on the Cumming or Oconee campuses, but these students may pay the fee and take advantage of the services offered on the Dahlonega and Gainesville campuses.

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