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Emergencies/After-Hours Care

Medical Emergencies: 911

Clemson University Police Department: 864-656-2222

After-Hours Nurse Line: 864-656-2233 (Press Option 2)


Emergency Care and After-Hours Medical Attention

In an emergency, call 911. On-campus medical emergencies are transported by the University ambulance to the appropriate community medical resource. The University ambulance is staffed with certified emergency medical personnel 24 hours a day. Students are required to pay for off-campus ambulance transportation except when transported to those medical resources within the city of Clemson for after-hours urgent care. For more information about this service, visit the Clemson University Fire Department and EMS website.


Students requiring physician care after hours can choose from the following area emergency rooms and urgent care facilities at the student’s expense.


Urgent Care Centers

Location

Phone

Website

CareConnect Clemson

Clemson

864-512-2228

careconnect.anmedhealth.org

CareConnect Anderson

Anderson

864-512-2228

careconnect.anmedhealth.org

Medi Urgent Care

Seneca

864-882-1420

www.mediurgentcare.com


Emergency Rooms

Oconee Memorial Hospital

Seneca

864-482-3100

www.oconeemed.org

AnMed Health

Anderson

864-512-1000

www.anmed.com

Baptist Easley

Easley

864-442-7200

baptisteasley.org

Greenville Memorial Hospital

Greenville

864-455-7000

www.ghs.org

AnMed Health Cannon

Pickens

864-878-4791

www.anmedhealthcannon.org


After-Hours Nurse Line

If you are a student and have questions about your health care needs after hours, call the After Hours Nurse Line at 864-656-2233 (Press Option 2). A registered nurse is available to answer questions and give advice on health care needs.

Sexual Assault/Relationship Violence: 911

Clemson University Police Department: 864-656-2222

Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) CU CARES: 864-656-1294 (business hours)

CAPS After Hours: 864-656-2222 (ask for the CAPS on-call counselor)


If you have been sexually assaulted, consider seeking medical attention as soon as possible.


INTERPERSONAL VIOLENCE RESOURCES: What to do if you're the survivor of sexual assualt, local hospitals and access to Sexual Assault Nurse Examiners, how to report to the University and/or Law Enforcement, and more campus, local and national resources.

in crisis: mental health/suicide emergencies