EMERGENCY AND AFTER-HOURS CARE

Life-threatening emergencies: Call 911, call Harpur’s Ferry at 607-777-3333* (campus emergency response squad) or go directly to the nearest hospital emergency department

*Note: It’s a good idea when you get on campus to program the telephone number for Harpur’s Ferry into your phone.

Minor emergencies: If you need urgent (but not emergent) care when the Decker Student Health Services Center is closed, you may want to visit one of the urgent care facilities in the area (cost for care at these locations is your responsibility):

  • Lourdes Hospital’s Emergency Department includes the Fast Track for minor emergencies. Fast Track is open every day from 9 a.m. to midnight.
  • UHS Wilson Medical Center’s Emergency Department includes Rapid Care for minor illnesses and injuries. Rapid Care is open every day from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m.

Walk-in centers: Walk-in centers are appropriate for acute illness that isn't life threatening. Hospital emergency rooms should be visited for urgent, life-threatening conditions. Some walk-in centers have X-ray, lab and suturing capability. Call the location first if you need special services.

Lourdes Hospital Walk-In Centers

UHS Walk-In Centers

UHS (which operates both Wilson Medical Center and Binghamton General Hospital) walk-in centers are available to provide immediate attention for students' minor health concerns.

Endwell Family Physicians Walk-In Center

Last Updated: 10/27/14