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Ada B Vielmetti Health Center

NMU Health Center

*Pharmacy Hours are 10am-4pm Mon-Fri when students are on break, the pharmacy, clinic and lab will be closed from 12-24-20 through 1-1-21 for the holidays. The health center sees actively enrolled students, faculty/staff and eligible retirees. The provider, nurse, lab visits all require an appointment, please call 906-227-2355 if you wish to schedule. (Please note, phones will not be answered during lunch hour) Our fax number is 906-227-2332 or 906-227-1332. General questions can be sent to healthcenter@nmu.edu we have a secure portal for established patients at https://nmuhc.mymedaccess.com/login (Patient Forms can be accessed here also).

PATIENT PORTAL LINK  PHARMACY - Call 906-227-1165 or 906-227-1167 with medication refill requests.

LAB SERVICES - CALL 906-227-2355 to SCHEDULE an appointment.

ALLERGY SHOTS, IMMUNIZATIONS, AND OTHER NURSING SERVICES -   CALL 906-227-2355 to SCHEDULE an appointment

PHYSICIAN / PROVIDER VISITS -  CALL 906-227-2355 for appointment information and guidance.

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Medical Excuses

The NMU Health Center will not provide students with medical excuses for absences from class or missed deadlines due to short term illness or injury. For more information, read our entire policy here.  Communication with your instructors/work is key.

Patient Satisfaction Survey

We value you as a patient and will be sending out satisfaction surveys via email, if you would kindly complete when you receive.

Flu Season 

**The Flu shots for the 20-21 season are in, thank you to those that participated in the campus flu clinics. You can schedule a nurse visit to receive the flu shot by calling 906-227-2355. Common symptoms of seasonal influenza are high fever, chills, cough, sore throat, headache, body ache, fatigue, runny nose, and occasional intestinal complaints. People who become ill will suffer mild to moderate symptoms for several days and recover fully in about a week. Most of those that become ill, will not need to see a physician. However, if necessary, contact the Health Center at 906-227-2355, to make an appointment. There is a U.P. university competition taking place and you can anonymously reporti your flu shot at: nmu.edu/ruralhealth/fight-the-flu  Thanks for protecting yourself and others from the flu

If a situation is life threatening, call the campus emergency telephone number 911, or go directly to the UP Health Systems Emergency Department located at 850 W Baraga Avenue.  The Superior Walk-In Center is also available until 9 p.m. and is located on US41 near Honor Credit Union and Buffalo Wild Wings.The Health Center provides a variety of services including acute care, allergy shots, immunizations, and HIV counseling and testing. We have two staff physicians, family nurse practitioner, RNPlease tell us if you are an actively enrolled student or faculty/staff member, and provide your current address, phone, e-mail and insurance at each visit. Advise the front end staff if you have recently been to the emergency room, walk-in center or other provider so we may get the most current records on file for your visit.

Quick Links

NMU Health Center (Vielmetti) healthcenter@nmu.edu 906-227-2355https://nmuhc.mymedaccess.com/login

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