Get general medical care including preventative care, and diagnosis and treatment of illnesses and injuries.
Student Health Services (SHS) mental health and primary care clinicians will provide evidence-based treatment for patients diagnosed with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD).
Requesting ADHD Treatment
Neuropsychological testing is required before medication/s can be prescribed. If testing results indicate that the student may benefit from the use of a psychostimulant medication/s, he/she will be required to see a primary care or mental health provider at SHS for initiation of medication/s. Students will be required to sign a Psychostimulant Medication Contract initially and on a yearly basis therafter, informing him/her about the responsibilties of taking a Schedule II drug. View a list of testing sites in Grand Forks here.
Transfer Care and Refill Medication/s for ADHD
Records indicating diagnosis and psychological testing of ADHD, including medical management must be provided to SHS. Psychostimulants will not be prescribed until records of neuropsychological testing and medical management have been received and scanned into the patient's chart. SHS may need to request neuropsychological retesting if records show prior testing was done as a child (under the age of 15). The brain has changed/matures since childhood, the student is now on his/her own, and may require new or different accommodations in his/her learning through DSS to promote/ensure academic success. Students must see a medical provider for refills. Provider/s may track usage and prescriptions via the Board of Pharmacy Prescription Refill Monitoring Program.
Receiving ADHD Prescriptions from a Home Provider
Any student may continue to receive prescriptions from their home provider and refill the medications at the SHS Pharmacy if desired.
Students who need allergy shots may receive them at Student Health Services by appointment, for a minimal charge.
You may bring your allergy serum directly to Student Health Services along with instruction guidelines from your prescribing physician. Your physician/allergist may also send allergy serum directly to Student Health Services with written instructions on administration protocol. Allergy shots cannot be administered without these protocol instructions from a physician.
Students are required to remain in the clinic for 30 minutes following the injection to assess for possible reaction.
Compliance with your allergy shots schedule is required to enhance the desensitization treatment and to help you maintain optimal health. After all, that is the ultimate goal of allergy treatment!
FAA physicals are available to students, private and commercial pilots and military airline personnel.
Schedule a FAA Physical
Call 701.777.4500 to schedule an appointment
Complete the MedXPress Online Airman Application
Bring the completed application and a photo ID to your appointment
How to Prepare for Your FAA Physical
- Schedule your physical a week in advance
- Arrive at the clinic 15 minutes prior to your appointment
- A urine sample will be collected
- Bring your pertinent medical information for the last three years
- A picture ID is required (Driver's license preferred)
- Do not wear contact lenses for 24 hours prior to the exam
- Bring contact lenses or eyeglass correction with you for the eye exam
Payment for non-student physicals is expected at the time of the appointment. The fee for student physicals will be charged to your University Account.
All pilots are required to use MedXPress to apply for FAA Medical Certification.
A variety of EKGs, X-rays, and laboratory tests are performed at Student Health Services using medical technology. Orders are required for all lab tests. Orders can be obtained from a provider at Student Health Services, or from another provider that you are working with.
There is a charge for all x-ray and lab tests. They can be submitted to your insurance provider, if applicable. All lab tests are confidential. Interventional studies such as IVP, ultrasounds, MRI's, and mammograms are referred to community providers. Students are responsible for charges incurred at referral facilities.
We are able to complete the following physical exams:
- Study Abroad
- Aviation (see FAA Aviation Physicals above)
The following vaccines are commonly stocked and usually available by appointment at Student Health Services:
- Chicken Pox (Varicella)
- Gardasil (HPV9)
- Hepatitis A
- Hepatitis B
- Influenza (flu) shots
- Japanese Encephalitis
- Meningitis MCV4 (Menactra) & Meningitis B (Bexsero & Trumenba)
- Pneumovax (PPSV 23 )
- Tetanus/diphtheria (Td)
- Tdap (Tetanus, diphtheria and acellular pertussis)
- Twinrix (combination of Hepatitis A and B)
- Yellow Fever
Tuberculosis (TB) Testing is also available. Student Health Services provides both the Tuberculin Skin test and the IGRA (T-Spot) blood test for testing.
Anyone who is traveling to another country should be aware of the potential health risks associated with their travel. A travel consultation provides valuable, individualized information on recommended immunizations and tips on how to reduce your risk of injury or illnesses that are specific to the area you will be visiting.
Student Health Services can also administer the recommended vaccines along with providing safety and disease avoiding tips relative to your itinerary.
Consultations take about 1.5 hours and are available throughout the year by appointment. Please bring your travel itinerary and vaccination records with to this appointment.
Please schedule a consultation at least 8 weeks prior to your departure date for the following reasons:
- Several vaccines require sequential spacing of the doses in a series to provide the optimum level of immunity and protection
- Some vaccines must be completed within a specific time span prior to travel, both for the travel's protection and to fulfill legal requirements at ports of entry
- If medications are needed, for malaria for example, several doses must be taken prior to the departure date to provide the full therapeutic effect.
Please note that travel vaccines can be expensive and not all insurance companies cover the cost of the immunizations. Check with your insurance company prior to getting any vaccines.
Student Health Services offers the following STD tests:
- Chlamydia/Gonorrhea – rectal, throat, cervical, or urine (one hour or more after last urination)
- Syphilis – blood test
- Hepatitis B – blood test
- HIV - fingerstick or venipuncture blood collection
- Trichomoniasis – swab test
- Herpes – swab or blood test
- HPV/genital warts – pap smear or inspection
Flu shots are offered at Student Health Services from September until June.
Additionally, Student Health heads out to campus locations to provide convenient access for shots at certain times of the year.
Fall 2019 - Campus Locations
|Mon.||Sept. 16||College of Nursing, Room 103||10:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.|
School of Medicine & Health Sciences,
2nd floor small events space
|10:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.|
|Wed.||Sept. 18||Facilities, Cottonwood Room||
6:30 a.m. - 8:15 a.m.
|EERC, Stevens-Maximilian||10 a.m. - 12 p.m.|
GFK Airport-Aircraft Maintenance Building 262,
Room MX 209
|2 p.m. - 4 p.m.|
|Tues.||Sept. 24||Odegard, Room 151||9 a.m. - 11 a.m.|
|Twamley, Room 305||1 p.m. - 3 p.m.|
|Wed.||Sept. 25||Wilkerson Commons||
10:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.
|Thurs.||Sept. 26||Gamble Hall, Room 110||9 a.m. - 11 a.m.|
- Cost: $60
- Please wear short sleeves!
- Please bring your insurance card.
- UND ID is required. Insurance may be filed on-site for those who present their UND IDs and insurance cards. Students may pay cash or charge to their Student Account. Flu vaccinations are also available by appointment at Student Health Services (for students only).
- Flu Shot Fridays are available by appointment only for staff and faculty that can't make it to the
- Friday, September 20
- Friday, September 27
- Friday, October 4