Strategies to minimize harm and maximize self-care.
Call 911 for medical emergencies. If you live in university residence halls, contact your house fellow or peer-learning partner (available 24/7).
Is this an emergency?
If your condition is not serious enough to call an ambulance, try to find a friend who can drive you. If you live in university residence halls, contact your house fellow or peer-learning partner (available 24/7).
UHS does not cover hospital inpatient, emergency room, or immediate care treatment provided outside our clinic. UHS is not part of UW Hospital and Clinics and does not have any special referral relationship with UW Hospital or its emergency room. Emergency room and hospitalization charges are not covered by student segregated fees. We recommend that every student have hospitalization insurance that includes emergency room coverage, such as the UW-Madison Student Health Insurance Plan.
After-Hours Nurse Advice Line
608-265-5600 (option 1)
Mental Health Crisis Services
608-265-5600 (option 9)
Available 24 hours a day if you or a UW-Madison student is experiencing a mental health emergency.
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If you were recently assaulted and need emergency care or want to talk to someone, help is available.
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