For medical emergencies please dial 9-911 (on campus) and 911 (off campus).
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For any health emergencies requiring an ambulance, call:
911 (off campus)
9-911 (on campus)
Be sure to give your name, the exact location of the emergency, the phone number you are calling from, and the nature of the injury or illness. Also, answer any questions the dispatcher may have in order to give the ambulance crew necessary information. Please do not hang up until the dispatcher has collected all necessary information to assist you.
For non-emergency situations not requiring an ambulance outside normal health center business hours, you may contact a local physician’s office in town or the following medical facilities:
There are 24-hour emergency rooms at the following local hospitals:
For students who need assistance after normal business hours, the following services are available:
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Student Health Services offers affordable prices for college students and health insurance coverage is not required to receive care. Student Health Services also has a Health Promotion Services department that strives to help students succeed by promoting healthy lifestyles and creating a healthy campus environment at Texas Woman’s University.
Taking care of your health
Student Health Services promotes health and well-being of all Texas Woman’s University students through primary, women’s and psychiatric healthcare services. We are staffed with experienced full-time medical providers and medical support staff, partnering with you to be a pioneer of your health for academic success.
We strive to provide high-quality health care and well-being resources that recognize the values, experiences and needs of our diverse student community. TWU regularly reviews federal and state guidance and makes recommendations for how to best protect our campus community from health threats. The health and safety of the university community is always a top priority.