WSU Health and Wellness Services is an on-campus clinic that works to help WSU students get the care they need. If you are looking for convenient, friendly, and reliable health services, Health and Wellness Services is the place for you! They offer a range of clinical services available for in-person and telehealth appointments. 

What is telehealth?

Telehealth appointments are virtual doctor visits that may require a follow-up clinic visit. When you aren’t feeling well the last thing you want to do is have to leave your home and sit in a clinic or doctor’s office while you wait to see a provider. With telehealth the provider comes tyou, so you don’t have to get out of bed or leave the comfort of your home to seek care 

How does telehealth work?

  1. Schedule an appointmentTo schedule a telehealth appointment call Health and Wellness Services at 507.457.5160. 
  2. Meet virtually with a provider via zoom to discuss your illness or injury  
  3. Get your questions and concerns answered by a medical professional 
  4. Receive guidance, medication and treatment depending on the reason for your visit  

What types of appointments are offered via Telehealth?

Telehealth appointments can be made for a variety of different health concerns from allergies to mental health services. 

Telehealth Services

  • Allergies, Pink Eye, Sinus Infection, Sore Throat 
  • Birth Control  
  • Emergency Contraception 
  • Non-STI Concerns  
  • STI Treatment 
  • Skin Rashes 
  • Minor Injuries such as Strains or Sprains 
  • Medical Management of Mental Health  

Women's Telehealth

In terms of Women’s telehealth services, WSU Health and Wellness Services offers: 

  • Birth control – prescription or follow up appointment may be needed  
  • Pills  
  • Shots 
  • Implants (Nexplanon)* 
  • Ring 
  • IUD (Mirena, Skyla, Paragard)* 
  • Condoms 
  • Emergency Contraception 

Non-Sexually Transmitted Infections (STI) Concerns: 

  • Yeast Infection 
  • Bacterial Vaginosis 
  • Urinary Tract Infection (UTI) Symptoms  

Sexually Transmitted Infections Concerns: 

  • Schedule online visit 
  • Possible Clinic visit to provide sample for testing 

* = A follow up in-person visit may be required. For more information about the different birth control options offered at WSU reach out to Health and Wellness Services at 507-457-2292 or check out Planned Parenthood for more contraceptive information.  

Women’s Health has been my passion since becoming a nurse 28 years ago and fueled my career to become a Certified Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner and pursue training as a SANE (Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner) nurse. Being in a college setting allows me to work with amazing young women, assisting them in making educated decisions about their health and striving to establish trusting relationships so they are comfortable talking with me about any topic.
Holly Fratzke

Certified Women's Health and Adult Gerontology Nurse Practitioner, Health & Wellness Services

WSU Health and Wellness Services is a safe, protected and judgment free resource that welcomes and appreciates all students. If you have any other questions regarding COVID-19 or other health related concerns call or email the Ask a Nurse Message line at 507-457-2292 or email them at askanurse@winona.edu.  If you would like to learn more about what Health and Wellness Services has to offer, check out the Health and Wellness Services page on the WSU website.  

Service Hours

On-Site & Telehealth Appointments
Monday–Friday from 7:30AM–4:30PM 

COVID-19 Testing
Monday–Friday, 8:30AM–10AM & 1PM–2:30PM in the COVID Nook (IWC Hallway)

  • To schedule a COVID-19 test call the Ask a Nurse Message line at 507-457-2292 
  • If you filled out the self-assessment or self-report form you will receive a call to schedule an appointment to get tested 

COVID-19 Vaccines
Monday–Friday, 10AM–11:30AM & 2:30PM–4PM in clinic IWC 222

COVID vaccines are available via walk-in, no appointment needed.

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Amy Nelson

Amy Nelson graduated in 2020 with a degree in Art: I-Design. As a student, she worked with the University Marketing & Communications team as a writer and photographer. She was hired after graduation to support public health communications during the COVID-19 pandemic.