University Health Services is the primary source of medical care on campus for Notre Dame students.
“I’m a guest to the University. How can I access medical care?”
During game time:
Guests inside the stadium can be treated in 1 of 3 First Aid rooms. Stadium First Aid rooms are staffed by University Health Services Medical Outreach teams of physicians and nurses. Ask any stadium usher for assistance.
Guests outside the stadium (ie, tailgaters) can be treated by Notre Dame Fire Department EMTs. To access NDFD care, call 574-631-5555 or send a text to 69050.
Anyone with a medical emergency is urged to call 911 immediately.
“My family member has limited mobility. Can University Health Services provide golf cart rides or wheelchairs?”
To meet the needs of our patients, we cannot use wheelchairs or golf carts for non-patients. Guests with ongoing mobility challenges are advised to consult Game Day transportation for other options. Local wheelchair and scooter rentals are also available at Alick’s Home Medical.
The Insurance waive-out deadline for the 14-15 school year is September 15, 2014
Concerned about Ebola? We’re on it!
Given the severity of the Ebola outbreak in West Africa, it’s perfectly reasonable to be concerned. Fortunately,there is no immediate threat to the US, according to the CDC, or to Notre Dame. Please know that your campus partners in health are monitoring this situation closely and are prepared to respond as needed.|
Students, click here to access your Online Student Health|
Save the date! The annual Flu Vaccine Blitz is coming in September. Stay tuned for more details.|
|Lots of Domers are CPR-certified— IF YOU SEE SOMEONE COLLAPSE…Start CPR|
|University Health Services is accredited by the Association for Ambulatory Care|
|Faculty and Staff injured on the job should go to the Notre Dame Wellness Center.|