LIFE THREATENING EMERGENCIES
Call 911 (or 4911 from a campus phone) for a life-threatening health problem. Or go to the nearest hospital emergency room.
An emergency is a serious injury or the sudden onset of an illness that may endanger your life or cause permanent impairment. Note: most health plans require you or a family member to contact them when medically able (within 24 hours) to arrange follow-up care and confirm coverage.
Owens-Franklin Health Center (Health Services) is not an emergency room. Emergency services are provided by Waller County EMS 24 hrs/7days.
Persons on campus requiring emergency medical services must dial 4911.
Persons off campus requiring emergency medical services must dial 911.
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