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Women's Health

The women's health clinic is staff by nurse practitioners specially trained in women’s health. The following examinations and services are available:

  • Well woman annual exam with age and risk(s) appropriate testing (price varies depending on lab work ordered)
  • Pap smear and HPV testing
  • Sexually transmitted infection screening and treatment
  • Diagnosis and treatment of minor gynecological problems
  • Birth control counseling and prescriptions
  • Emergency contraception
  • Hormone therapy
  • Removal of intrauterine device (IUD)
    • Please note, the women's health clinic does not offer contraceptive implant (Nexplanon) insertion or removal at this time.

There is no fee for consultations and follow up appointments with a women's health provider. Fees vary for prescriptions, lab testing, and procedures.

Students pay for services rendered at the end of the appointment. Insurance claims are only filed for the UT Student Health Insurance Plan (Academic Health Plans - Academic Blue). Students with outside insurance must pay out-of-pocket for services rendered and can request an itemized receipt to self-file for reimbursement with their insurance plan.

First-Time Pap Smear: Health Services offers a class for students who are having their first gynecological exam or would like to learn more about it. The free Well Woman info session is held on the fourth Wednesday of each month. Please call 817-272-2771 to schedule an appointment.

Previous Pap Smears: If you have had a Pap smear performed elsewhere within one year, please bring a copy of the results, if possible. If you are using birth control or any other medication, please be prepared to provide information on the medication name and dosage.

Emergency Contraception: Next Choice (generic version of Plan B) is available without a prescription in the health center pharmacy. The cost is $30.

HIV/AIDS Testing is available and requires pre and post-test counseling appointments. Free HIV/AIDS testing is available through community partnerships; appointments are required. Please call 817-272-2771 to inquire about free testing dates and to make an appointment.

communicating with a provider regarding health issues

In order to keep health information protected, Health Services providers cannot communicate with patients regarding their health care via typical email messaging services (e.g. Outlook, Gmail, Yahoo!, etc.). Providers will share results of lab testing and send messages via the UT Arlington Health Services Web Portal. A notification will be sent to your student email address letting you know that a message is waiting for you in the web portal inbox. You will then need to log into the secured web portal to access the message. You can discuss your lab results or follow up questions using the messaging application in the web portal.