Emergency Services

Any student experiencing symptoms of a medical emergency (e.g., chest pain, severe shortness of breath) should call 911 immediately. After-hours and weekend care for non-routine, urgent medical concerns or symptoms is available through the After Hours Urgent Care Clinic.

After Hours Urgent Care Clinic (AHUCC)
HUHS at Holyoke Center, 5th floor
617-495-5711, TTY: 617-495-1211
Weekdays: 4 pm–8 am
Weekends and Holidays: 24 hours

The After Hours Urgent Care Clinic is open nights, weekends, and holidays for 24-hour urgent care throughout the year. Whenever possible, students are encouraged to call their primary care team or mental health provider for advice during regular office hours. Ideally, students should use the AHUCC for issues that cannot wait until regular clinic hours. Students who feel that they need medical or mental health attention but are not sure as to the urgency of the situation are advised to call first to obtain advice from the nurse on duty. The entrance to the AHUCC is midway down the parking ramp beneath Holyoke Center, accessible from both Dunster and Holyoke Streets; students who require transportation to the AHUCC are advised to call the Harvard University Police at 617-495-1212.