Update: (1/7/21)

Norris Health Center recognizes the traumatic impact that riots and violence can have, even when we are not physically present or directly involved. The recent events at the U.S. Capitol and other locations throughout our country are undoubtedly impacting the mental health, physical health and wellbeing of our UWM campus community. We are here to help students navigate through these difficult times. Please contact us at (414)-229-4133 for University Counseling Services or (414)-229-4716 for medical assistance.

Norris Health Center, University Counseling, and Health Promotion and Wellness are open and providing services. Medical services are provided through a combination of virtual and in-person services and University Counseling will continue to operate virtually. If you are a student who has received services during this time and you have feedback for us, please contact us at nhc-help@uwm.edu.

If you have a medical or mental health emergency when our operations are closed call (911) or UWM Police (414)-229-9911 for immediate assistance.

COVID-19 testing is available at NHC for eligible students who have symptoms consistent with COVID-19 or who are close contacts with individuals who have been diagnosed with COVID-19. This testing is provided at no cost to students. Students who have concerns about symptoms or contact with a case should call their primary provider or NHC at (414)-229-4716 to speak with a medical professional. Details related to current additional testing locations and requirements for students and employees are located here.

Important information about Norris Medical Services:

  • All students are required to call the medical clinic before any visit at (414)-229-4716 including the lab and dispensary. Please do not come to the Norris Health Center without speaking to a staff member first.
  • Please call to discuss the availability of routine and same day appointments including COVID-19 evaluation and testing.
  • To access your patient portal for both medical and counseling services click here.


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